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Atlanta has become a hotbed for hip-hop music, and it is the setting for this reality series that explores what life is like for a tight-knit crew of friends, many of whom have family members who are well-known in the hip-hop community. Shad Moss -- better known as Bow Wow -- returns to Atlanta to release his first album in several years, which he intends to make his swan song before bowing out of the industry so he can focus on raising his child and dealing with other personal issues. Mentoring him are surrogate fathers Snoop Dogg and Jermaine Dupri. Hoping to step out of their parents' famous shadows are members of Bow Wow's ATL crew, including Dupri's daughter Shaniah Mauldin; Reginae Carter, the daughter of Lil Wayne and Toya Wright; T.I. and Tiny's daughter Zonnique Pullins; Brandon Barnes, the son of hip-hop manager Debra Antney and brother of rapper Waka Flocka Flame; and Ayana Fite, the daughter of Beastie Boys mainstay DJ Hurricane and Barnes' cousin.

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Brat is blind-sided when Bow puts her in the middle of his relationship; Kiyomi is shaken by Teresa's warning to stay away from Bow; drama ignites at Deb's barbecue; Lil Mama and Ms. Deb go head to head; Jhonni pops up; Masika is ready for a war.
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Passion and anger ignite in Jamaica; a rivalry brews when Deb cuts Jhonni loose and makes Masika an offer she can't refuse; Bow and Kiyomi's breakup becomes too much to bear; Bow reaches his boiling point; Lil Mama makes her move on a mystery man.
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A bomb drops on Lil Mama's budding romance; Jhonni and Masika come to blows; Bow and Kiyomi's music video takes a turn; Brat throws an off-probation party during which Bow flies off into a destructive rage.
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After a shocking breakup, Bow and Kiyomi struggle to move on; things run amok at Ayana's fashion show; Lil Mama enlists the help of R&B singer Kelly Price to overcome her fears in the studio; Jhonni goes ballistic in Jamaica and Deb storms off.
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After a wild night out, Bow and Kiyomi's relationship bursts into flames; Lil Mama faces scrutiny from Da Brat; Masika's vendetta against Jhonni shocks Deb; Bow goes back to his playboy lifestyle, leaving the door open for Masika to make a move.
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Bow causes major drama with Kiyomi when a boys' night spirals out of control; Brat warns Deb to stay away from Jhonni; Lil Mama returns to her ATL roots to make the ultimate comeback, but gets a dose of tough love from the legendary MC Lyte.
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The drama between Brat and Bow comes to a head; Bow's daughter, Shai, visits; Jhonni meets with someone from Deb's past; Bow and Kiyomi take over Wild 'n Out; Bow's relationship is tested when he meets with old flame Masika for a secret rendezvous.
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JD is awarded a huge honor; Lil Mama hits the scene and Kiyomi's jealousy ignites; Shaniah and Ayana sense trouble in paradise; Bow Wow's old flame, Masika, returns to Atlanta with a vengeance; it's time to settle unfinished business.
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Bow Wow introduces his sexy new boo, Kiyomi, but everyone thinks they're moving too fast; JD questions if Bow should be a part of his So So Def 25th Anniversary Tour; Deb throws a big party, but Jhonni ruins the night with an explosive blow-up.
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JD shuts things down and turns the tables on Bow Wow; Deb puts Bow on full blast for ditching her charity event; a recovered Ayana confronts Brandon about the interview and storms out.
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Perks and perils of being born into hip-hop royalty in the city that is hip-hop's center of gravity.
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Bow and his estranged father face off; Deb's secret meeting sends Brandon over the edge; drama ignites at Zonnique's listening party; Bow finds danger when an anonymous text threat leads to a studio rumble.
aired 152 days ago
Deb goes against Bow's wishes and contacts his estranged father; Brandon is livid at Deb for stealing his spotlight and lashes out during auditions for Zonnique; Bow gets an unwanted visitor from his father.
aired 153 days ago
Reginae's birthday brawl spirals out of control; Toya pops off on Brandon; Bow Wow seeks advice from Snoop Dogg when slammed by a hip-hop DJ; Brandon's first big showcase leads to disaster.
aired 154 days ago
Bow's excuses get him into trouble with Da Brat; Deb secretly plans a reunion with Bow and his estranged dad; a fight breaks out when Brandon crashes Reginae's 18th birthday dinner and disrespects Wayne, again.
aired 155 days ago
Bow Wow is blindsided when his estranged father blasts him online; Reginae clashes with Toya over her 18th birthday party; Brandon test Ayana's relationship; Zonnique breaks down and fires Tiny.
aired 156 days ago
Bow Wow returns to Atlanta to establish his legacy but his bad boy behavior gets him in trouble with Snoop and Jermaine Dupri; after the photo shoot disaster, rivalries ensue when the mothers get involved.
aired 157 days ago
Bow Wow struggles with the big decision to return to Atlanta while he faces baby mama drama; Lil Wayne's controversy escalates when Brandon and Reginae nearly come to blows at Zonnique's photo shoot.
aired 158 days ago
Danger strikes when Bow Wow returns to the dirty "A" to drop a mixtape; Jermaine Dupri gives Bow an ultimatum to build his legacy; Lil Wayne's Black Lives Matter controversy blows up; battle lines are drawn.
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Bow enters dangerous territory when he seeks out other labels behind JD and Brat's backs; Deb becomes furious when Bow is a no-show at her charity event; Brandon delivers a shock.
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JD, the Godfather of Hip Hop, returns to Atlanta and goes after Bow; Ayana goes under the knife; Brandon breaks down when Deb drops a major bomb.

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