T.I. has made a mark in the world of reality television with his hit VH1 show T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle. The Atlanta rapper is now working as an executive producer for a new series Oxygen titled Sisterhood of Hip Hop.
The show is part of new shift in programming from the cable network that Oprah Winfrey built, which is looking to attract younger women to its channel. Oxygen made the announcement earlier this week on its blog, and explains the concept behind Sisterhood of Hip Hop in brief.
With Grammy-Award winning recording artist T.I. as Executive Producer, this powerful and uplifting series follows the next generation of female hip-hop artists Siya, Nyemiah Supreme, Diamond, Brianna Perry and Bia as they live, love and work towards their dream of becoming the next big breakout star, which has always been a man’s game and these ladies are rewriting the rules of the music scene. Discovered and mentored by hip-hop icons, these creative and ambitious women are making it while breaking boundaries and defying doubters.
The announcement of Sisterhood of Hip Hop is a bit of a coup for T.I. and his family, considering that his wife Tiny and her hairdresser and best friend Shekinah will also get their own reality series as well.
Sisterhood of Hip Hop will debut later this year.
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