If you’ve seen 50 Cent’s hit show on Starz, Power, you probably know who Michael Rainey Jr. is. Not only does he play Ghost’s son, Tariqu, but he kills his role. Having gone through 6 seasons of Power, which is actually crazy because nobody’s safe on the show, he finally takes the lead as the star of POWER BOOK II: GHOST.
B.o.B. is still making music and living his best life. His catalog of hits are endless, collaborating with all of the greats from pop to hip-hop to R&B. Born and raised in Atlanta, real name Bobby Ray Simmons Jr. has toured the world and back, performing songs like “Nothin’ On You,” “Airplanes,” “Magic,” “HeadBand,” and more.
Duckwrth is a gem in the music industry, creating what he calls “soul rhythm.” Hailing from South Central Los Angeles, the singer-songwriter is heavily influenced by old school music, from Marvin Gaye to Stevie Wonder to Snoop Dogg. When it comes to his sound, he’s always putting out music that will have you dancing and moving — while touching your soul.
At 10 years old, DJ Cassidy received his first turntables — the rest was history. Fast forward to 2020, he might have had the most lit live music series this entire quarantine. Debuting his Pass The Mic Vol. 2 via Twitch, which can be replayed on his Instagram page to his 116K followers, the New York native was able to call in all the greats for the virtual show, including Run-DMC, LL Cool J, Chuck D, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Salt-N-Pepa, and even Doug E. Fresh.
Shay Johnson is a lot of things, and reality television star is definitely at the top. Finding her way to Flavor of Love 2 via an ad on Craigslist, the Atlanta, Georgia native went from flyer girl in the ATL to a string of reality TV shows: Flavor of Love, Charm School, I Love Money, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, and now Love & Hip Hop: Miami.