Flip the script and get all the details on Love & Hip Hop Houston…
Remember we told you that Mona Scott-Young was expanding her Love & Hip Hop franchise and she had set eyes on the south. We told you about Miami with Trick Daddy and Trina. We got a tip via an email that Love & Hip Hop Houston is OFFICIAL!
Are you ready to find out who is part of Love & Hip Hop Houston?
Johnni Blaze – First off is Love & Hip Hop NY star Johnni Blaze who will be back in her neck of the woods trying to get her career jump-started in the Trap.
Most recently Jhonni Blaze sat down with VladTV to reveal that she parted ways with Rich Dollaz, as she claims he wasn’t paying her for being on TV. Jhonni also revealed that despite telling VladTV that Rich paid for her plastic surgery, she clarified that he didn’t pay for her procedures. (@therealjhonniblazeduh)
Kirko Bangz – Next up is Houston rapper, Kirko Bangz, best known for his hit “Drank In My Cup.” Bangz, 26, entered the scene with quite a bang, with his big hit “Drank in My Cup.”
The 2009 release of his first mixtape, “Procrastination Kills” got the attention of current manager D Will. Since then he’s released several other mixtapes slowly working his way up the ladder. (@kirkobangz)
The Sauce Twinz – the inseparable, yet dangerous rap duo, The Sauce Twinz – If you’re a fan of Houston rap, you’re likely familiar with the Sauce Twinz, the duo of Sauce Walka and Sancho Saucey. They differ from the classic DJ Screw sound that has stayed in Houston hip-hop through artists like Slim Thug and Paul Wall, though certain elements and lingo from the mid-’90s scene can still be found throughout the Twinz’ music. They take influence from the zealous trap sound of Atlanta, and their rampant ad-libbing has earned them comparisons to Migos. Their ad-libs, and their constant back and forths, are, somehow, even more exuberant than those of the Atlanta trio.
The “sauce” defines and lives through everything that they do. There likely never will be an exact definition of “sauce” — it’s perhaps somewhat interchangeable for “swag,” but the movement is clearly embedding itself into the Houston culture and The Sauce Factory is producing some of the city’s most original and vibrant voices. HNHH
J Prince – Love and Hip Hop Houston is enlisting well-known producer who has been with Drake at the
past Houston Appreciation Weekend, J Prince. James Prince aka J Prince, is a man of few words. Yet when the Houston OG speaks, things move. There’s an interview on YouTube from 2012 in which Prince, CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records and boxing promoter. In March, Drake shut down a Houston city block for J. Prince Jr.’s birthday on Sunday (Mar. 20).
During the block party, Drizzy performed on the roof of Mo Mo’s Chicken & Waffle with his crew in tow. As fans swarmed the restaurant, October’s Very Own broke into “Big Rings” and his remixes of Fetty Wap’s “My Way” and Migos’ “Versace.”
Meghan James – Next up is the recently FIRED Basketball Wives LA star, Meghan James, who also has a new man in her life. Mehgan James confirmed that her boo is Denver Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster. The reality star and business woman is making lateral moves from BBWLA to LHHHOUS. (@xoxomehg)
WAIT there are more cast members kicking off-season one of Love & Hip Hop Houston like rapper/singer, Just Brittnay, professional boxing twins, The Charlo Twins, a native Houston rapper, Propain, and also a certain VLIVE DJ, DJ Eric.
Propain – Chris “Propain” Dudley is a Houston native and Southern known rapper. Propain is considered one of the faces of not only the new generation of Houston rap, but the new voice of Texas all together. Over time Pro has developed a strong fanbase and has earned the respect of some of the best by putting out quality heartfelt music and bringing a sound from Houston that hasn’t been heard in some now.
The Houston native is inspired by Nas, 2pac, Jay-Z and Andre 3000, Propain began rapping at a very young age, 12, along side w/ his friends from the neighborhood and his now Dj/Producer Donnie Houston. (@propain713)
The Charlos Twins – Houston’s next addition is The Charlos Twins, the undefeated junior middleweights Jermell and Jermall Charlo who sure do look-alike.
Both 24-year-old identical twin brothers train under lead cornerman Ronnie Shields, assistant trainer Creed Fountain and fitness coach Danny Arnold, who reveals “I’m never quite sure who I’m watching until they do or say something.”
The two are affectionately referred to by others who work out at Plex as “The Charlos Twins.” (@twincharlo & @futureofboxing)
Just Brittany – Just Brittany is a singer that has been in the game for a very very long time. She got her start almost a decade ago, signed to Cash Money, while it was rumored she was dating Birdman. She’s managed to maintain a career and a unique look.
She most recently made waves online when it was rumored that Rihanna borrowed parts of her “B*tch Better Have My Money” (@queenjustbrittany)
Lil Keith – Lil Keith is a party promoter in Houston who’s been in the game for a very long time. Everyone knows that if it’s a Lil Keith party, it’s bound to be lit.
It’s no wonder that someone with as many connections in the city would end up on Love and Hip Hop. This one was kind of a no brainer. (@lilkeith)
DJ Eric – DJ Eric is the DJ at the infamous V Live strip club in Houston, TX.
With shout outs from Drake and several other celebrities, it was pretty obvious he’d make the cut somehow. (@713djeric)
Before you go on and claim this to be a RUMOR and that there is no actual confirmation that Mona Scott-Young and her team are film in Houston, think twice. Mona confirmed the email that was sent to us today since she took to her Twitter and Instagram accounts saying:
“Love my Houston Fam! Johnna-Mae, Reggie & Kenny. Miss Uncle Rodney! #family”
She followed it with this photo:
Will you guys be tuning in? What do you think about the cast?