Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta


Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta Information

Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta is the second installment of the Growing Up Hip Hop reality television franchise on WE tv. The series premiered on May 25, 2017, and chronicles the lives of the children of hip hop legends in Atlanta.

Cast

Main

Cast member Seasons
1 2
Bow Wow colspan="1" colspan="1"
Zonnique Pullins colspan="1" colspan="1"
Reginae Carter colspan="1" colspan="1"
Shaniah Mauldin colspan="1"
Ayana Fite colspan="1"
Brandon Barnes colspan="1"
  • Bow Wow
Real name Shad Moss, Moss his self is already a Hip Hop legend. Moss having released his first album Beware of Dog in 2000 as Lil' Bow Wow at the age of 13 under the guidance of Snoop Dogg and Jermaine Dupri. He has released five other studio albums since his debut. Moss was the host of the music video countdown show 106 & Park from 2012 to 2014. Moss has acted in many movies and television shows including Like Mike and CSI: Cyber. The first season showcases Bow Wow returning to Atlanta to record his final studio album and reconnecting with his father.
  • Zonnique Pullins
Daughter of R&B legend Tameka "Tiny" Cottle-Harris and stepdaughter of Hip Hop legend T.I.. Pullins first came to public attention appearing in Tiny & Toya and later in T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle. Pullins was formerly a member of the OMG Girlz, which released a number of singles including "Gucci This (Gucci That)" and were nominated for a "NAACP Image Award" for Best New Artist. Pullins recently released her first solo EP titled "Love Jones". In the first season, Zonnique attempts take control of her music career by finding a new manager in Deb Antney.
  • Reginae Carter
Daughter of Hip Hop legend Lil Wayne and Toya Wright. Carter has previously appeared in Tiny & Toya with her mother. Carter was a founding member of the OMG Girlz, but left the group before any singles were released. Carter appeared on My Super Sweet 16 in 2015, which showcased her Sweet 16. In the first season, Reginae comes to a major conflict with Brandon when he disrespects her father.
  • Shaniah Mauldin
Daughter of legendary Hip Hop producer Jermaine Dupri.
  • Ayana Fite
Daughter of the legendary DJ Hurricane. In the first season, Ayana tries to become more serious with her girlfriend Amy and finds herself in the middle of Reginae and Brandon's beef being Brandon's cousin.
  • Brandon Barnes
Son of legendary Hip Hop manager Debra Antney. The first season showcases a major conflict between he and Reginae after he disrespects her father. Also, he tries to become a well known artisit developer

Supporting

Cast member Seasons
1 2
Deb Antney
Da Brat
Jermaine Dupri
Toya Wright
Tameka "Tiny" Harris
DJ Hurricane
  • Deb Antney
Mother of Brandon Barnes and Waka Flocka Flame. Deb has developed the career of her son Waka along with Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj. Deb comes into conflict with Brandon, Toya, and Tiny in the first season.
  • Da Brat
Da Brat is a female rapper who was the first female rapper to go platinum with her album Funkdafied. Da Brat is currently apart of The Rickey Smiley Morning Show and Dish Nation. Da Brat serves as a support system for Bow Wow in the first season, and both Bow Wow and $ir D Da Realist in season two.
  • Jermaine Dupri
Father of Shaniah Mauldin. Jermaine Dupri is a rapper who has produced many songs and create many careers, including Bow Wow. Jermaine pushes Bow Wow to move to Atlanta to be more focused with his music.
  • Toya Wright
Mother of Reginae Carter. Toya has previously appeared on Tiny & Toya and Toya: A Family Affair. Toya comes into conflict with Deb and Brandon after Brandon disrespects Lil Wayne.
  • Tameka "Tiny" Harris
Mother of Zonnique Pullins. Tiny is a member of the R&B group Xscape and has appeared on other reality shows like Tiny & Toya and T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle. In the first season, Tiny has an issue with Zonnique finding another manager and she supports Toya.
  • DJ Hurricane
Father of Ayana Fite. DJ Hurricane is a producer and DJ best known for working with the Beastie Boys. Hurricane supports Ayana with her future clothing line and her relationship with Amy.

Series overview

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Episodes

Season 1 (2017)

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Season 2 (2018)

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