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Love & Hip Hop New York Season 6 Episode 1 Recap

Last night millions of viewers tuned into the Love & Hip Hop New York Season 6 Episode 1 premier and it was well worth it.

Remy Ma and Papoose were introduced to the small screen and fans got an inside look at their relationship. Hip hop’s hottest couple started off on the right foot as the Brooklyn rapper proposal to Remy. Yes, they are already married, but since his wife was incarcerated at the time, Papoose wanted an official engagement. Will Papoose and Remy Ma be the next LHH couple to wed on national television?

Rich Dollaz, president of The Creep Squad quietly (for now) returned for another season, unlike his friend Peter Gunz who can’t seem to get enough of the drama.

Gunz wanted to be one happy family, so he convinced his ex Tara to move…in the same building as he and Amina. As if that wasn’t enough, he helped Tara move, stood over her new apartment and gave Amina the infamous “I was in the studio” excuse for not coming home that night.

There have been rumors of Tara being pregnant with another one Peter Gunz’s children (because he doesn’t have enough children). Those speculations might prove to be true because you can see her belly in the sneak peek of Love and Hip Hop season 6 episode 2. Things are about to get interesting.

We were also introduced to hip hop girl group BBOD and got an inside look at their beef with Bianca a.k.a Young B. Up-and-coming artist Mariah got caught in the crossfire at DJ Self’s Gwinning event, as BBOD and Bianca went toe to toe leaving Mariah confused on whether or not it was a showcase or rap battle.

Things got messy between BBOD and Young B leaving each of their managers (Rah Ali and Yandy) questioning their decision to manage them.

Yandy and Mendeecees await his fate, as his court sentence was still pending (at the time).

Cardi B didn’t make her appearance leaving Love and Hip Hop aficionados disappointed. Guess producers are holding the real drama for Love & Hip Hop New York season 6 episode 2.

Stay tuned…

Love and Hip Hop: New York Season 6 [Extended Trailer]

The wait is officially over;  Love and Hip Hop: New York Season 6 premiers Monday, December 14 at 8PM ET/PT.

While some of our favorite cast members return for the new season, there will be a few additions to the series, which make for an interesting line-up.

The first round of new cast mates Mariah Lyn, Young B (of “Chicken Noodle Soup” fame) and SexxyLexxy and MissMoeMoney from the rap duo BBOD battle to make themselves heard. These aspiring artists have had their share of managers, which hasn’t done much for their career.

Rah Ali puts on her managerial hat to manage these talented young ladies, but can the “Love & Hip Hop” veteran navigate her new career as a music manager and keep these girls out of trouble? Will they let past beef and love triangles hold them back? Who will rise to the top?

It’s been a big year for “Love & Hip Hop: New York” veterans Yandy Smith and Mendeecees Harris, who recently tied the knot on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop Live: The Wedding” special, and welcomed their daughter Skylar. This season, it’s back to business for the newlyweds and time to focus on finding a bigger place to live and blending their families. Yandy is ready to get back to managing artists and focus on her career but with Mendeecees’ jail sentence, their newly wedded bliss may not last long.

Since her recent release from prison, it’s fresh onto the “Love & Hip Hop” scene for rap superstar Remy Ma and her ride-or-die rapper husband Papoose. Love and Hip Hop: New York Season 6 follows Remy as she navigates through life on the outside and reclaims her crown as ‘Queen of NY,’ all while getting ready for a long-awaited official walk down the aisle.

Founding member of the “Creep Squad,” Rich Dollaz finds himself contending with the newest lady of the house — his daughter! Rich learns that when it comes to his number one girl, he has no control. Can she inspire her dad to completely change his messy ways or will he get wrapped up in some hot new talent?

Peter Gunz attempts to bring his two families together under the same roof, but will he finally be able to have his cake and eat it too? Or will Tara and Amina shatter the love triangle once and for all?

Cisco Rosado is now single and on the prowl. Mixing business with pleasure never ends well but which new, female talent will he choose to produce and who will have him ready to get down on one knee?

Newcomer DJ Self from New York radio station Power 105.1 bursts into “Love & Hip Hop” as we follow his relationship with Yorma, one of the hottest dancers in New York City, and their tangled web of drama. Can Self balance his packed schedule with his equally packed love life?

Firecracker and Instagram sensation Cardi B. leaps from the pages of IG to the small screen with a bang! It’s certain this tough cookie will deliver raw and real emotion as she entangles with her fellow cast members.

Check out the extended trailer for Love and Hip Hop: New York Season 6.

When you tune in make sure to use #LHHNY to join the conversation!

‘Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’ Top Cable Reality Series of the Summer

As much as you try to steer clear of reality television, it’s a guilty pleasure that’s hard to resist and the proof is in the pudding.

According to a press release, on Monday, August 17 the season 4 finale of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” was ranked as the #1 telecast on all of television for the day among women 18-49 and women 18-34.  The episode was also the #1 cable telecast among adults 18-49.

The hit series’ season finale delivered a 2.3 rating among adults 18-49 (Live +SD) and over 3.3 million total viewers. When combined with the evening’s encore airings at 10 PM and 12 Midnight, 5.3 million total viewers tuned in to the season 4 finale of “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” throughout Monday night.

Once again, “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” finishes the season as summer’s #1 cable reality series among adults 18-49 and women 18-49 both on the Live + Same Day and Live + 3 metrics, according to analysis of Nielsen Media Research.  Before Monday’s finale, the series had been averaging 3.5 million total viewers in Live + 3 ratings.

“Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” was also the 2ND most social show of the summer on all television in unique authors.

For season-to-date up to August 5, the series delivered just short of 44 million cross-platform streams across VH1’s owned and operated properties as well as Facebook and YouTube — up nearly +50% from the same weeks prior season.

The first of this season’s two-part reunion special debuts this Monday, August 24 at 8:00 PM ET/PT.

“Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” is executive produced by Mona Scott-Young and Stephanie R. Gayle for Monami Entertainment and Toby Barraud, Stefan Springman, David DiGangi  and Donna Edge-Rachell for Eastern TV. Susan Levison, Nina L. Diaz, Ken Martinez and Vivian Gomez are executive producers for VH1.

Be sure to ‘like’ “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” on Facebook, follow @LoveHipHopVH1 on Twitter and use #LHHATL and #LHHAfterparty to join in on the conversation.