Love & Hip Hop

2011
4.6
1.94K reviews
TV-14
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Season 1 episodes (8)

1 Love & Hip Hop
3/6/11
Rapper Somaya Reece arrives in NY; Emily contemplates her relationship with rapper Fabolous; Chrissy discovers that her boyfriend Jim Jones is collaborating with Somaya Reece. Chrissy and Somaya clash at an NBA draft party.
2 Birthday
3/21/11
Chrissy and Momma Jones plan a birthday party for Jim; Emily asks her client, NY Jets football star Darrelle Revis, about his relationship with Olivia; Somaya's manager Maurice pushes her too far on a sexy photo shoot.
3 The Yacht
3/28/11
Emily confronts Olivia about her relationship with NY Jets football star Darrelle Revis; The girls get together for a day on a Yacht. Things turn nasty when Somaya presses Chrissy on her failed collaboration with Jim Jones.
4 Aftermath
4/4/11
Jim Jones confronts Somaya's manager Maurice for talking trash about Chrissy. Somaya finds comfort in the arms of her ex-boyfriend, rapper X.
5 A Voice
4/11/11
Emily visits Mashonda at the run-down house she shared with ex-husband Swizz Beats. Mashonda dares Emily to find her voice. Olivia breaks down over her career. Somaya lays into Olivia for sparking the fight between Jim & Maurice
6 Proposal
4/18/11
Chrissy decides she's going to propose to Jim and comes up with a sexy way to do it. Olivia performs at a important industry showcase. Chrissy has second thoughts about her elaborate proposal.
7 Hold You Down
4/25/11
Chrissy proposes to Jim, he says "I'm with you"; Momma Jones is mad about the secret news. Fab skips Emily's family photo shoot. Olivia helps Jim make a song for Chrissy. Somaya slams Olivia online; Olivia's manager vows revenge
8 Me Against the Joneses
5/2/11
Jim is reluctant to plan a future with Chrissy. Emily seriously contemplates her relationship after a new Fab rumor emerges. Rich confronts Somaya for dissing Olivia. Chrissy tries to mend ways with Momma Jones but it goes sour.

About this show

This season, LOVE & HIP HOP’s O.G. city goes “back to the roots,” offering up a deeper look at the lives, loves, and everyday struggles playing out amongst a group of industry heavy-hitters and rising stars striving to make their mark in the music game.
4.6
1.94K reviews
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February 10, 2016
Just my Cup Of Tea. IT amazes Me How often The Characters Change And My Best Is Yandy... Feel Bad for Amina But Karma is Nasty And Rasheeda Ali Gurll I don't Know She shifty To Me But Overall Good Show Heyyy MonA Scott Young
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Michael Trawick
August 4, 2017
I love these love & hip hop series, it provides the opportunity to witness real life struggles of selective icons. To each its own; I prefer to catch each season of love & hip hop point blank period. It is extremely entertaining in my opinion. The elites broadcast their accomplishments; short-comings; hardships; friendships; frenemies; and etcetera for all to see.
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Elijah Davis
January 4, 2017
Does not even deserve one star. Sluty weak woman with extreme lack of self control who don't see how much they affect the youth. If they do know they affect the youth then that's even worse. These woman are not woman to look up to. People are getting more and more messed up in the head.
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