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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. But like any family, Atlanta's next generation of hip-hop stars do not always get along. Growing up together in the shadow of their legendary parents has established tight bonds and bitter rivalries, as everybody fights for their chance to push their way into the spotlight. The well-connected Atlanta crew features, among others, Bow Wow, Da Brat, Waka Flocka Flame, Tammy Rivera, and Andrea "Drea" Kelly, the ex-wife of R. Kelly.

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After putting Corri on ice, Bow makes a bold move and invites his ex, Angela Simmons, to Shaniah's 21st birthday bash; Corri keeps tabs on Bow's moves; tension between Da Brat and Drea Kelly escalates; Waka enters the lion's den with Tammy.
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Tammy goes ballistic after catching Waka in a lie; Bow is blind-sided when he learns about Corri's dangerous past; ReeMarkable disrespects Deb and Da Brat, and battle lines are drawn.
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Brandon's lies are exposed and that brings Brandon and Waka nearly to blows; warning signs arise when Corri marks her territory with Bow; Brat questions ReeMarkable's intentions; Bow disses Drea Kelly right to her face.
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Bow enters dangerous territory when he meets a fiery new woman; ReeMarkable blows off her boyfriend and suffers the payback; Deb has a family dinner to confront Brandon about a big fat lie; Waka reaches his boiling point and goes in for the kill.
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JD throws a star-studded skate party including Usher and T-Boz; Snoop dishes out tough love on Bow; Brat blows up on LisaRaye when bankruptcy pushes her to a breaking point; Waka warns Deb that Brandon needs to steer clear of the family or else.
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Breaking news regarding R. Kelly's child support battle explodes into chaos; Deb and Brat clash over Drea Kelly; Ayana raises suspicions about Brandon firefighting; Bow and Brandon face off; ReeMarkable's performance backfires.
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A surprise visit from Angela Simmons rocks Bow's world; Tammy's insecurities threaten her first sexy music video; Ayana and Brandon face off, and Waka questions Brandon's motives; Eazy-E's daughter seeks guidance from Deb and Brat.
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Bow faces tough love about his arrest, and a dark cloud threatens to send him back to jail; Tammy's talk with Drea Kelly sparks a revelation about her marriage to Waka; Deb's godson, Brandon, returns, but bad blood isn't reconciled so easily.
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Bow Wow's arrest blows up in the tabloids and causes an uproar with Da Brat; R. Kelly's arrest ignites a buzzing child support battle with ex-wife Drea Kelly; Waka Flocka and wife Tammy Rivera put their wedding renewal vows to the ultimate test.
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Brandon returns and makes a shocking confession; Deb and Brat explode after giving ReeMarkable one last chance; all hell breaks loose when Corri shows up on a rampage against Bow; Tammy's big show in New York City goes off the rails.
aired 363 days ago
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.
aired 364 days ago
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.
aired 365 days ago
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.
aired 366 days ago
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.
aired 367 days ago
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.
aired 368 days ago
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.
aired 369 days ago
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.
aired 370 days ago
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.
aired 371 days ago
Reginae and Zonnique's housewarming party is interrupted by a bang on the door, as an unwanted guest arrives to stir up trouble; Brandon's shocking interview sparks a firestorm; JD returns to Atlanta.
aired 372 days ago
Jhonni and Bow's throw-down in the studio reaches an explosive conclusion; Ms. Deb and Bow face off; an interview with Brandon is released and raises hell among the rest of the cast members; Deb is pushed to her limit.
aired 373 days ago
Jhonni Blaze pops up and pops off on Bow Wow in the studio; Zonnique's absence from Ayana's photo shoot triggers a war; an interview puts all the heirs on full blast.

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