T.I.’s New Reality Show, “Sisterhood Of Hip Hop,” Cast Revealed


T.I. is producing Oxygen’s latest reality television show, “Sisterhood Of Hip Hop.” The show aims to highlight the next generation of female rappers as they work toward their dreams of becoming rap’s next big superstar.

After the success of his VH1 series “The Family Hustle,” Tip decided to work on some new TV projects. This is definitely different from what he already has going on but it might work, especially because where there are women and television cameras, there is likely to be drama. Mind you, all drama isn’t bad drama, but based on the history of Oxygen this drama will definitely be bad.

The cast was exclusively revealed on the YBF and includes some familiar faces and some that I’ve never seen before. Details on each cast member below.


Diamond is clearly the most known of the group after being nationally exposed through her former group Crime Mob. They had a few hits including “Knuck If You Buck” and “Stillettos” before Diamond ventured off into a solo career. She has plans of releasing an album this year.


Nyemiah Supreme
Nyemiah is a Jamaica Queens native and has worked as a backup dancer for Chris Brown and Lil Mama. After finishing high school she became an intern for Juelz Santana and was inspired to start a career in rapping. Currently she works with Timbaland and is aggressively working to prove that she can have a real career in music.


Bia is a new artist from Miami and is being pegged as the “new girl” on the scene. She has worked with Pharrell and Famlay and realizes that this is her one chance to show what she’s made of. A life-threatening motorcycle accident taught her how to appreciate life and all of its opportunities.


Brianna Perry
Brianna Perry has been around the music business her entire life and has been recognized by artists such as Beyonce’, Trina and Missy Elliot. She’s also been praised for her unique style and talent. Brianna seeks to restore innocence to the female rap game.


Siya was born in California but raised in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy and managed to overcome so many obstacles including multiple run-ins with the law, a drug-addicted mother and an incarcerated father. Siya moved to Atlanta to fulfill her dream and captured the attention of record labels and major artists. Siya is also an openly gay rapper.

This cast seems quite interesting and I’m wondering how they all will mesh together. The show will air later this year.

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