VH1 Sets Date For Second Season Of “Love & Hip Hop”


(AllHipHop News) VH1 has announced the air date for the second season of their hit series “Love & Hip Hop,” which focuses on the lives of the girlfriends of some of Hip-Hop’s biggest stars

The “docu–soap” series follows the lives of 6 women: Chrissy Lampkin (Jim Jones_, Olivia Longott, Emily Bustamante (Fabolous), Somaya “Boss” Reece, and two newcomers, Yandy Smith (Jim Jones’ manager) and Kimberly “Kimbella” Vanderhee (Juelz Santana).

The season features 10 one-hour episodes, then follow the women as they pursue their careers, in addition to showcasing their love lives.

The series is being executive produced by Mona Scott–Young of Monami Entertainment. As the co-founder of Violator Management, Scott has worked with a number of top artists, including Missy Elliott, 50 Cent, LL Cool J., Busta Rhymes and others.

In addition to Scott-Young, executive producers of the series includes Toby Barrud and Stefan Springman for NFGTV and Jim Ackerman and Jeff Olde, for VH1.

“Love & Hip Hop” is slated to debut on Monday, November 14th.

Check out this exclusive AllHipHop.com clip with Kimbella.