The cast of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta is huge. Let’s face it, it can be hard to keep up with the story lines of everyone involved, but one thing is certain, they’re definitely living up to the “hip hop” portion of the show’s title. Six of the show’s main characters are established musicians who have all released albums or are currently working on new music (and that doesn’t include peripheral characters, managers or future guest stars who might pop up), so we thought we’d compile a little list of where you can find the music these talented stars have made.
Joseline: Joseline’s been working hard under the tutelage of Stevie J, and her first single is out now. You can listen to the song, titled “Bailar” here and buy it here. The YouTube clip of the track is above.
Rasheeda: Rasheeda’s website, ImBossy.com has a store where you can purchase all of her albums, including Boss Bitch Music, Vol. 3, which has “Marry Me,” the song featured on the show.
Her song “Vibrate” was also featured in the films Beauty Shop and The Fog in 2005 and “My Bubble Gum” is on the Paul Blart: Mall Cop soundtrack.
K.Michelle: You can listen to and purchase all six of K.Michelle’s albums on her website KMichelleMusic.com. She’s also come out with a brand new mixtape this week called “0 F—ks Given” which is available on DatPiff.com. The song “Go Off” from the mixtape is one of many videos available on YouTube.
Karlie Redd: Karlie spent a long time as a dancer, actress and producer and is now focused on her music career. She’s now represented by Cash Money Management and her song, “Clean Up Women” is on YouTube:
Lil Scrappy: The King of the South has put out seven solo or collaborative albums, but he’s most recognized for his 2006 album Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live, which was produced by Lil’ Jon and 50 Cent and featured the Top 30 single “Money In The Bank.” Fun fact: His single “Head Bussa” was used by the Atlanta Braves as the team’s theme song in 2004. Scrappy’s latest album is called Tha Grustle and was released this past June. His new single is called “Bad (That’s Her).”
Stevie J: Stevie J got his start working at Bad Boy Entertainment with P. Diddy and he produced some of the biggest hits of the ’90s like “I’ll be Missing You” and Mariah Carey‘s “I Still Believe.” He also co-wrote Eve‘s single “Blow Ya Mind.” (To see all of his contributions to pop music as a writer and producer, check out his exhaustive page on Wikipedia.) Eve and Stevie were also involved in a personal relationship prior to his relationship with Mimi. Stevie J is still producing (but you knew that already), and he’s also performing with his new band, The Magnificent 757s (which features Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta‘s Benzino). You can watch one of their videos below.