They've supported their men on the road to hip-hop stardom, and the women featured in this docuseries have mostly remained in the background. Now they're looking for their share of the spotlight and a lot more respect in a largely male-dominated industry. Seasons feature a cast of returning fan favorites joined by a new crop of young, talented artists and managers hungry to make it big in the Big Apple.
This voyeuristic reality spin-off shows a darker side of the male-dominated hip-hop music industry by pitting women against each other as they attempt to build their careers and secure their relationships. Despite choosing to be part of this world, many of the women featured in Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta don't appear to be happy with their choice to be a part of this culture. While some of the women are defining themselves by the men they're with, others seem to have found their own voice and are attempting to empower themselves within this community. --Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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