WE tv Releases Season 2 Trailer for ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’

by Kristin Craik  |  09.26.2016

WE tv has released a new trailer and key art for docu-series Growing Up Hip Hop showing that the second season is sure to be explosive for stars Angela Simmons, Romeo Miller, Damon “Boogie” Dash, Kristinia DeBarge, TJ Mizell and Egypt Criss, as well as newcomers André King and Briana Isaacs.

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Growing Up Hip Hop follows the lives of hip-hop legend’s children and the paths they carve for themselves in the hip-hop industry. After a drama-filled first season, season two continues to live up to the show’s reputation, returning with unforeseen circumstances that will push the new hip-hop generation into adulthood.


The second season reconvenes the group for a celebration, specifically André King’s birthday party. But after the fun-filled start of the season, the group soon starts facing interesting new challenges while they each try to create a name for themselves. Although each has the hip-hop industry connections most people can only dream of, they’ll soon learn that life, love, and family play a critical role in the creation of a legacy.

Growing Up Hip Hop season two premieres on WE tv on October 13 at 9 pm.

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