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Love & Hip Hop: Miami

Love & Hip Hop: Miami

  • Premiered: 
    January 1, 2018
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  • Network: VH1
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    4th series in the LOVE & HIP HOP franchise, following Love & Hip Hop Hollywood 
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Plot Synopsis

LOVE & HIP HOP: MIAMI is a one-hour reality series that follows a group of young, hip-hop elite as they strive to either make or maintain their lives in South Beach, delving into Miami's rich Latinx culture and highlight the hip-hop, Latin and reggaeton music scene. Cast members in Season 1 include:

Preparing for her highly anticipated album, the "Diamond Princess" Trina will be forced to balance her unpredictable family with the demands of her hectic music career. Can one of Billboard's "31 Female Rappers Who Changed Hip Hop" find the right balance or will it all fall flat?

Rapper and self-proclaimed "Mayor of the 305" Trick Daddy is ready to put the finishing touches on his latest project but his divorce with estranged wife Joy may cause a speed bump in his comeback.

Reunited with former group Pretty Ricky, Pleasure P is focused on his new music. With tension between the group and his girlfriend Shay Johnson brewing, and a surprise visit from a former flame, will his music career and love life both fall apart?

Rapper Gunplay and girlfriend Keyara are ready to start over in Miami. However, when Gunplay returns to the 305, his ex-girlfriend Miami Tip gives him far more than he bargained for. Will the vicious pull of temptation and past demons threaten to bring their romance to an end or can the couple fight to make love their number one priority?

Amara La Negra is a multi-talented Latina force of nature ready to crossover to the American mainstream music charts. While her talent is undeniable, disagreements over her image and rivalries within Miami's music scene may be bigger obstacles than her voice can overcome.

Veronica Vega is hard at work launching her music career but her unapologetic approach makes her a lightning rod for controversy. Can the aspiring artist find harmony between working in the music industry and maintaining her friendships?

Producer Young Hollywood is a pioneer of the emerging Latinx trap movement and has worked with artists like Migos and Pitbull. Although his tell-it-like-is manner may rub some people the wrong way, this innovative producer is on the right track for major success.

Prince is the self-proclaimed "Prince of South Beach" nightlife. With his penchant for being in company of beautiful ladies, Prince and his long-time girlfriend Liz Cifuentes constantly battle over his late nights, professional party boy lifestyle and Liz's friendship with rival promoter DJ Michelle Pooch.

After her success with Kulture Shock and opening for acts such as Calvin Harris and Ariana Grande, Steph Lecor signed to DJ Khaled's We The Best Music Group. Loyalty has always been crucial to the multi-dimensional artist and, when her loyalty is tested and questioned, Steph has no problem letting anyone know exactly where she stands.

With an enviable list of high profile clients, celebrity stylist Jojo Zarur is ready to expand her business and open new clothing stores. However, with her parents' contentious divorce looming, Jojo may find her family torn apart and the financial backing from her father revoked.

Bobby Lytes is an aspiring rapper who feels that his famous first cousin Trina doesn't support his career. His personal life continues to be tested when his relationship with boyfriend Jeffrey "JT" Tompkins is rocked to the core by the return of former flame Malik Williams looking to shake things up in the name of love. Can the couple find a way to juggle their romance and music career or will the past threaten their future?

On Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 8pm ET/PT, VH1 premiered the second season of LOVE & HIP HOP MIAMI, immediately following an eleven-hour marathon (9am-8pm) of encore episodes. In the season opener, "Take It To The House," Trina and Trick take the stage as TNT to perform a classic. Amara deals with struggles at home and the price of fame. Gunplay and Keyara hit a crossroads in their relationship. Newcomer Jessie Woo arrives on the scene. This season's newest additions ready to make their mark on Miami's music scene include comedian and viral sensation Jessie Woo and underground rapper/song-writer Khaotic. Returning cast members include: Amara La Negra, Trina, Trick Daddy, Bobby Lytes, Gunplay, Keyara Stone, Prince, Veronica Vega, Miami Tip, Shay Johnson, Young Hollywood, Jojo, Pleasure P, Pretty Ricky, Joy Young, Michelle Pooch, Chinese Nicky, Chinese Kitty, and Liz Fuentes.

Season 3 of LOVE & HIP HOP MIAMI premiered on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 9pm ET/PT on VH1. The 305 heats up with the arrival of Joseline Hernandez, who returns to the franchise after a three-year hiatus. A changed woman and newly engaged to DJ Ballistic Beats, Joseline is ready to shake things up and show Miami just how it's done. With a few scores to settle, Joseline is prepping her debut album and looking to grab the music industry that eluded her back in Atlanta. Picking up the pieces after the death of her mother, Trina pushes forward with an ambitious new project: a tour highlighting the next generation of female rap artists. With a growing roster of big talent, big personalities and big egos, The Diamond Princess has her hands full. Romance is in the air for Trick Daddy and his new girlfriend -- model and aspiring rapper Nikki Natural. Can Trick Daddy find love after marriage or did he let happiness slip through his fingers when he filed to divorce his ex Joy Young? For the first time in years, Amara La Negra is in a relationship with bachata singer Emjay, who happens to be Shay Johnson's younger brother. Emjay wants to start a family ASAP and blames Julian, her manager, for the slowdown of Amara's career. Which way does Amara turn when she's caught between the two most important men in her life? Jojo Zarur has made a name for herself in the fashion industry, striking a deal with a high-end designer. When her father Antonio bribes her to quit the industry and go back to law school, is she willing to walk away from her potential empire? Sukihana is on a journey from becoming an insta-famous rapper to a full-fledged industry-respected artist and is ready to prove herself. Used to doing things her way, is Sukihana ready to sacrifice some of her hard-earned independence in order to have a serious music career? Hood Brat, a tough-as-nails rapper with hustle and heart, is working for her breakthrough moment. Her pursuit of fame has high stakes, as she's determined to provide a better life for the children of her late sister. Queen of waist trainers PreMadonna rolls into Miami on a mission to straighten things out at the Waist Gang Society, where her employees are running amuck. Pre gets more than she bargained for when everyone - including former close friends Miami Tip and Baby Blue -- accuses her of abandoning them. After collaborating with Lil' Wayne, Flo Rida and Rick Ross, Brisco was set to break through to the hip-hop A-list before he was sent to jail. Three-and-a-half years later, he's a free man and inching his way back onto the scene. The industry has changed and he's facing an uphill battle, despite the co-signs of Miami legends Trick and Trina. Bobby Lytes, Pretty Ricky, Prince, Gunplay, Khaotic, KaMillion, Santana on the Beat and more are also set to appear this season.

Season 4 of LOVE & HIP HOP MIAMI premiered on Monday, August 23, 2021 at 9pm ET/PT on VH1. The new season finds its larger-than-life cast of iconic series veterans and heavy-hitting newcomers seizing the moment to represent, reinvent and push the industry envelope. At a time when the stakes have never been higher, and in a city where the competition has never been more fierce, Miami meets the moment. "Bugatti" rapper Ace Hood and his wife Shelah Marie join the cast this season alongside rap legend and podcast superstar Noreaga and his wife Neri, and hard-hustling, Haitian "Queen of Kompa Music" Florence El Luche. Returning cast members include: Trina; Trick Daddy; Amara La Negra; Sukihana. In the season opener, "Miami Is the Moment," Trina hits the gas on her career. Ace Hood reconnects with his difficult past. Sukihana clashes with management. N.O.R.E. faces big changes at home. LOVE & HIP HOP MIAMI returned for with new Season 4 episodes on Monday, August 8, 2022 at 9pm ET/PT on VH1. As the fight for reinvention, ambition, and quest for love reaches new heights, nothing is off limits. Will big dreams and conquests fuel their fire or burn out the flame? With new babies, paternity questions, weddings on the horizon and family bonds tested, Miami's secrets will be revealed on the South Beach strip. In the season opener, "Make Some Noise," as Trina embarks on a national tour, family drama threatens her engagement to Raymond. Amara faces her baby shower alone. Sukihana's fan event goes left. Florence and Marlon's single release party ends in disaster. Season 5 cast includes: Amara La Negra; Bobby Lytes; Florence El Luche; Joy Young; Neri Santiago; Noreaga; Princess Love Norwood; Ray J; Shay Johnson; Sukihana; Trick Daddy; and Trina.
LOVE & HIP HOP MIAMI returned for its fifth season on Monday, August 14, 2023 at 8pm ET/PT on VH1. It's a new era and reinvention is the name of the game. After a year of life-altering upheavals, the series' cast of iconic industry legends and hard-hustling up-and-comers are back outside, mixing it up, and turning the page -- with spicy relationship reveals, game-changing career moves, and jaw-dropping personal evolutions.

Bouncing back after the end of her engagement, Amara La Negra sets the blogs on fire with the hard launch of her new boo -- friend-turned-lover Safaree, who's starting fresh in Miami after finalizing his divorce. But the relationship is immediately tested as emotional baggage, industry pressure, duplicitous haters, and a social media uproar weigh on the high-profile couple.

Miami's undisputed rap queen Trina embarks on a new, prestigious era of her career while navigating grief after a family tragedy and heartbreak after calling off an engagement to long-time beau Raymond. However, he's not done fighting for their love. As he celebrates 25 years in the music business, Trick Daddy has a new lease on life. He's getting in shape, removing his gold grills, and putting on a new generation of artists.

Ray J and Princess may have called off their divorce -- but have they fixed their marriage? The new season finds the Norwood's living in Las Vegas, where they vowed to work on their relationship. But the tables have turned as Princess neglects Ray J. for her new passion -- high-stakes poker -- leading him to make a dramatic ultimatum.

After endless viral controversies, a newly single Sukihana hits the road to promote a dramatic rebrand that taps into an elevated style and a sophisticated, Afro-Fusion sound. While Bobby Lytes returns on a whole new level, using his elevated profile to launch a personal and professional rebirth.

Florence El Luche is making big moves in music -- and diving into a secretive new romance. Zoey Brinxx has been one to watch for years, but label politics and industry skepticism about her plus-size figure have delayed her big break -- until now. Shay Johnson is finally going public with her longtime on-again-off-again boyfriend and the father of her baby daughter, Fabo. Meanwhile, Gunplay is back in action -- this time with an infant daughter and a wife who dreams of a career in law enforcement. And Eliza Reignis coming back outside after a highly public battle with the father of her daughter.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Monami Entertainment


  • - Miami, Florida USA