[DETAILS] ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ Is Back & Better w/ Season 11

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MTV is bringing you a brand new season of your favorite VH1 reality TV show! Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta season 11 has a hot cast, and they are here to spice up your summer!

On this season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, the narrative will center on the enviable lives of the powerful businesswomen who have established their empires in Atlanta and their aspirations for the future. Additionally, viewers will get an inside look at how these ladies manage their professional and personal lives–all while being in the public eye.

MTV’s Sitarah Pendelton and Jubba Seyyid and Antoinette Media’s Lashan Browning, Paris Bauldwin, Daniel Wiener, Alissa Horowitz, Mimi Adams, Gavin Lee Jones, Mimi Adams, Donna Edge-Rachell, and John Crenny serve as executive producers for Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

The new-and-improved- season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is scheduled to premiere in May.

[DETAILS] Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Is Back & Better w/ Season 11

Erica Mena

Originally from the Bronx, New York, Erica Mena has a career in acting. She’s a mom to three adorable little ones–two of which are by rapper/producer Safaree Samuels. It wasn’t until the third season that she was promoted to a main cast member.


Kirk Frost

After initially appearing as a supporting character, Kirk Frost, the husband of rapper/businesswoman Rasheeda, was promoted to a regular cast member in the tenth season. Frost is a popular reality show personality and a dedicated family man. He has gained a reputation for bragging about his family to his 1.2 million followers on social media.


Mendeecees Harris

Also from Harlem, Mendeecees Harris (now a main cast member) is a former real estate developer, entertainment manager, rapper, and current husband to Yandy Smith.

Rasheeda Frost

Rasheeda Frost, the wife of Kirk, is an artist that was born in Decatur, Georgia, and first gained widespread recognition with the release of her single “Got That Good (My Bubble Gum)” in 2007. When she’s not filming, she also enjoys publishing her latest culinary delights on a YouTube channel that she devoted to fashion, family, and food vlogging.

Safaree Samuels

Safaree Samuels is a rapper and record producer. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and is notoriously known for a years-long relationship with megastar Nicki Minaj. He now has two children with his recent ex-wife, Erica Mena.

Sierra Gates

Sierra Gates hails from The Peach State. The working mother is the proud owner of The Glam Shop, a million-dollar beauty empire that is continuously growing. More recently, she’s gotten into cooking online through her food brand, Ghetto Girlz Eat.


Born in Jamaica, Spice is a Grammy-nominated dancehall artist. She has two children; their names are Nicholas Jr. and Nicholatoy. The music star became a regular member of the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cast in the eighth season.

Yandy Smith-Harris

Smith is from Harlem. She’s an OG of the Love & Hip Hop franchise, as she originally came in as previous castmate, rapper Jim Jones’ manager in Love & Hip Hop: New York. Smith shares two biological children with her husband/co-star Menceedees Harris. She’s now a successful business owner and socialite.

Karlie Redd

Karlie Redd is one of the most controversial women on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Initially, Redd came onto the show’s earlier seasons trying to get her music career off of the ground. However, after many failed attempts at lyrics and love (as we’ve seen throughout the series), Redd is now a celebrated actress (known for her role in Bounce TV’s Saints & Sinners).


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Yung Joc

Yung Joc is a former rapper turned radio host. Through Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, we’ve gotten to see the many ups and downs of love, life, and everything else in between. Now, he’s living the married life with his children and his beautiful bride, Kendra, who’s, too, an important part of his interesting storyline.


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Scrappy is a famed lyricist and father of four. We grew familiar with the rap star during the early 2000s, with hits like “Money in the Bank” and “Oh Yeah.” In current day, Scrappy is still performing, but he’s seemingly focused on his children and reality TV career.

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Which cast member are you most excited to see? Leave a comment below!

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