'Sisterhood of Hip Hop' Season 2 Premieres June 9!






Executive Producer T.I. Appears Along with

Hip Hop Icons T-Pain, Da Brat and Irv Gotti


NEW YORK, NY – May 5, 2015 – Oxygen Media’s hit docu-series “Sisterhood of Hip Hop” season two premieres on Tuesday, June 9 at 9pm ET/PT, following the next generation of female MCs. The empowering series returns with Bia, Brianna Perry, Diamond, Nyemiah Supreme and Siya as they head to the west coast to make their mark on the music industry. Executive Producer and Grammy Award-winning artist T.I. appears this season along with hip hop icons, mentors and friends T-Pain, Tank, Irv Gotti, Adrienne Bailon, Da Brat, Funkmaster Flex and more.  Season one of “Sisterhood of Hip Hop” delivered the network’s highest-rated series premiere among all key demos in 2014.  


“The drive and passion of these female MCs is what makes ‘Sisterhood of Hip Hop’ stand out and really resonate with young viewers,” said Rod Aissa, Executive Vice President of Original Programming and Development, Oxygen Media. “This season they immerse themselves in LA’s hip hop scene surrounded by some of the most influential mentors as they put it all on the line and risk everything to make a name for themselves.” 


All roads lead to Los Angeles as these five up-and-coming artists continue to push their careers forward. Temptation arises for Siya when T-Pain shows interest in signing her, leaving her to decide whether to jump ship or stay loyal to Tank. Meanwhile, Diamond is happy and in love with a new man, but with her manager incarcerated, she struggles trusting anyone else at her label. On the hunt for a record deal, Nyemiah Supreme decides to leave her new romance with artist Mack Wilds back in New York and take her music in a deeper, more emotional direction, much to her manager’s disapproval. Brianna is at a standstill when her management refuses to write any more checks until she comes up with a hit so she has to hustle on a budget. Bia brings her boyfriend Magic along for her exciting new beginning with RCA Records, but when she reaches out to Pusha T and other music masterminds for advice on her new single, she doesn’t get the answer she is looking for.


Leading up to the premiere, Oxygen will be promoting a “Sisterhood of Hip Hop” $25,000 Watch n’ Win Sweepstakes across digital, on-air, and social platforms beginning May 18. Viewers will have the chance to win by tweeting out a secret hashtag that will be revealed during the “Sisterhood of Hip Hop” premiere on June 9 at 9pm ET/PT.


For more "Sisterhood of Hip Hop," fans can visit the official show site to see exclusive videos, bonus footage, behind-the-scenes photos, interactive polls, interviews with the cast conducted by comedian and star of “Funny Girls,” Yamaneika Saunders, guest and celebrity blogs, bios and more! Check out the official Facebook page, and join the conversation on Twitter or Instagram using hashtag #SisterhoodofHipHop.


“Sisterhood of Hip Hop” is produced by 51 Minds with Christian Sarabia, T.I. and Greg Johnston serving as Executive Producers.


Source: Nielsen Media Research, L7.


About Oxygen Media

Oxygen Media is a multiplatform entertainment brand that targets young, multicultural women.  The network’s relevant and engaging content reflects how real women with real stories see the world – vibrant, optimistic and bold.  Oxygen is the destination where women can come together across multiple platforms to have fun and encourage each other through their individual and collective journeys.  The growing network’s unscripted original programming includes “Sisterhood of Hip Hop,” “The Prancing Elites Project,” “Funny Girls” and the popular “Preachers” franchise.  Available in over 77 million homes, Oxygen is a program service of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment, a division of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience. 

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