VH1 is preparing for yet another reality series featuring black women and this time it’s the spin off of a very popular urban one – get ready for “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” premiering Monday, June 18.
But like most things, you can always find a West Indian in the mix. The “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” series will feature Trinidadian R&B singer Karlie Redd in the 10 part series with Stevie J, a three-time Grammy Award-Winning producer, his longtime girlfriend Mimi Faust, Lil Scrappy, his girlfriend Erica Dixon, and his mother, a former hustler known as “Momma Dee,” along with Latina rapper named Joseline, Atlanta rapper Rasheeda, her manager/husband Kirk Frost and songbird K.Michell.
Caribbean people are definitely find their way and adding their spice to a lot of prime time reality shows.
Check out the “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” super trailer…
More about Karlie:
Karlie was born in New York and raised with her West Indian family in Trinidad
Moving back stateside at the age of 12, Karlie continued to hone her skills studying voice, music and dance at the Harlem School of the Arts. She also toured with the prestigious Alvin Ailey Dance Company while continuing to model and act. Musically, she began her career working with such noted producers as Commissioner Gordon, Michaelangelo Saulsberry, L.O.S. The Maestro, and Jamaican producer Mickey Bennett to perfect her craft. Karlie has also worked with and learned from the likes of Sean Kingston, Claudette Ortiz from City High, Da Rock, the legendary KRS-1, new hot rapper Hot Dollar, Will.I.Am, and super producer Lenky responsible for the No. 1 international smash “Get Busy” by Sean Paul. Karlie has recorded remixes to the songs “Hate on Me” by Jill Scott and “Bed” by J. Holiday.
Will you be watching “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” on June 18?