‘Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta’ Reveals First Teaser With Bow Wow, Zonnique & The Full Cast

Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta Teaser

Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta Teaser Reveals Full Cast

WeTV just released the Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta teaser, the first official look for the spinoff reality series set to be released this Spring.  The show follows the lives of Hip-Hop offspring as they try to break into the entertainment industry.

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Watch The Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta Teaser Below:

Watch The GUHH: ATL Full Sneak Peak

Coming in Spring, Shad “Bow Wow” Moss will be executive producing and starring in the Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta spin-off.

The teaser reveals the other members of the cast, but it doesn’t explain who they are.  While you might know Zonnique and Reginae from their past, you might now know everyone else featured in the Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta teaser.  We break it down for you below…

Zonnique Pullins, the daughter of Tameka “Tiny” Harris and T.I. will also appear on the cast along with Reginae Carter the daughter of Lil’ Wayne and Toya Wright.  The two used to be in a group together called the O.M.G. Girlz.

Zonnique recently unveiled her debut EP, Love Jones, an impressive solo debut for the singer.

Additionally, it seems as if Shaniah Mauldin the daughter of Jermaine Dupri and Pam Sweat will be on the series along with Ayana Fite, the daughter of DJ Hurricane. Brandon Barnes is the final addition for the show.  Barnes is the brother of Waka Flocka Flame and son of Hip-Hop manager Ms. Deb.

Not many Hip-Hop reality shows are appropriate for the younger generation, but this show generally gives them positive exposure and while the stars hope to catapult their careers and open the doors for new opportunities.

Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta Premieres On Thursday May 25th!

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