VH1 Love & Hip Hop Season 3 Trailer

VH1’s Love & Hip Hop will return for its third season back in NYC. On this go round, Joe Budden, Tahiry, Consequence, Jen the Pen, Erica Mena, Yandy Smith and more are included in the cast. The drama begins January 7.

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  • Sarcastic A$$hole

    Only looking forward to Tahirys big ass… That’s it! Merry Xmas douchebags!

  • Devante

    Aww Joey is gonna break down in tears..

  • JustMyOpinion

    Just when you thought HIP-HOP couldn’t be driven into the ground anymore. Comes THIS ignorance.
    I’m starting to understand when people say “Imdont buy albums/records/CDs anymore” OR “I just buy the bootleg.” Why support ignorance?

    In the words of Chris Rock, in reference to RAP music, “I’m tired of defending it.”

  • Dilute the potion with the lights , camera , action & flash it to the screen. Good bye hip hop. Good bye mystique. Let’s break through the 4th wall and leave out anything that relates artistic integrity in the name of choppy edited, scripted “reality”.

    The death rattle of Hip Hop grows louder with each showcase of the worst of the best of us, us being hip hop.

    Now Peter Piper picked peppers but Run rocked rhymes & today’s rappers took Hip Hop & drowned it in artificial sweetener till the flavor was bland & familiar. The standard

    An atrocity

    Lester Bangs of hip hop
    no easy passes for bad weaved social media hoes being categorized as “hip hop”

  • JustMyOpinion

    ^ COOL piece.

    The fact of the matter is artistry has dried up. And 90% of rappers, who otherwise can’t move 100k records, have to find another source of revenue. In doing so, they diminish the very same art form they fell in love with. Why? For exposure? Still to remain under 100k records sold, because there still is not one solid evidence that “reality” (read: scripted) television will boost sales. If anything, it hinders your career for the worst. The constant exposure cause fans, current, to become tired of you not producing any material, but have the time to do a “reality” show. Most fans end up asking “where’s the album?”

    Rappers love to utter the words “people aren’t buying albums as they used to.” Which is false, give the fans, one’s who will buy albums, a great record-consistently-and they’ll go into the store, login to iTunes and purchase that album.

  • JustMyOpinion

    I am just waiting for the next artist to blow up for saying NOTHING on the mic, no REALLY…..saying NOTHING. And he/she using that as a gimmick. Watch…..it’ll happen.

  • R

    That bitch thats been trying to sing for 15 years is back she is straight Ghetto Trash bad for the show.

  • Professor Oak

    @JustMyOpinion that was one of the dumbest comments I’ve have read while being on this website for the last few years.

    If you can’t stand hip-hop GO LISTEN TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSIC.Hip-Hop fans act like females….

  • dave

    they should just put Draya in all these shows.i know shes basketball wife. idc tho.that’s one sexy ass slut!

  • @Professor Oak

    Who said they didn’t love hip hop?
    The problem is the way it’s been mishandled by it’s own people. This generation is the worst. Hip hop has had movies, commercials etc. However, it’s to the point now where Hip hop is a “stepping stone” to fame

    Hip Hop is becoming the new “sex tape”

    You think about that as you watch the words hip hop attached to another show that has one rapper who wifes up twitter chicks and the rest of the cast are a bunch of females yelling and screaming on camera.

    Keep on keeping on

    @p0is0nedkoola on twitter
    learn something from before you become a professor

  • Professor Oak


    They say it all the time,People like y’all complain about how rap is becoming shitty and bad.If you feel hip-hop is getting weaker by the minute then GO LISTEN TO A DIFFERENT GENRE of music.You must not visit this website often.

  • Reblogged this on itsthahype.

  • @Professor Oak

    You’re really not getting it are you? Where did you get your degree?

    Hip Hop is not the problem music-wise. It is the way it’s being portrayed, handled, held up, presented, demonstrated, related, connection, affiliated, afflicted, represented, regurgitated so that it’s nothing more than another way for someone to raise their Q rating (look up Q rating, professor) so they can do product placements during their scripted arguments.

    Is this what Hip Hop was created for? To be something tossed around in a focus group meeting about what kind of reality show should be made now that “Flava of love” has lost it’s steam?

    I’ve been bumping all types of music today including the album Prodigy made with Alchemist “return of the mac”, the Wu/D block album, & various mixtapes. So don’t talk to me about hip hop as a music genre or something that I have to release after years of sticking by it.

    We’re not supposed to impress hip hop. Hip Hop is supposed to impress us.

    Does this show with the name “hip hop” attached to it make you proud to name Hip Hop as a “genre” that you enjoy ? Professor?

    @p0is0nedkoola on twitter
    I don’t do 2 line responses about a dying art that needs resuscitation.

  • realwickwickwack

    no wonder white people are scared of black women lmao
    We love to portray them as angry

  • Justin TIme

    It’s not many of us black folks on tv as it is and when we are on tv it’s shows like this..smh

  • JustMyOpinion

    @ Professor Oak

    I don’t know what to say to you, I just don’t know why you call yourself “Professor,” but yet you added NOTHING to the “conversation” other than YOUR dislike for MY comment about MY dislike for the topic at hand.

    THEN in the same breath analogized me to a distressed female. Seems a bit ironic, DOESN’T IT?

  • Loaded

    LMAOOo Joey still breaking bitches hearts again and AGAIN! lmaooooo

  • KingJugganott

    The only thing hip hop about it is the Name…

  • wwhat happen to the good ol fashion black sitcoms? like Different world?,Fresh Prince,Martin? where are the good writers?

  • i will/ wont never begin to understand how people possibly find this show entertaining, i dont think a show can be any more scripted or controlled, this is possibly worse than jersey shore…

  • i can already predict the grand finale…

  • Say what you want about my man Joe, he keeps elevating.Inspiration.Slaughterhouse
    Loch 50 Cent ft. Eminem and Adam Levine My Life freestyle: http://youtu.be/5JgMw5YMb5Q

  • all of these conversations look as if they are being re-enacted by low paid actors on dateline or someshit…

  • def a fan of joey but his latest moves have been type questionable, his last mixtape wasnt bad though..

  • Sam

    Damn vh1 and the media makes you black ppl look like clowns….Oyeah u really are ha

  • @freshsidenyc i noticed that also, my guess is since they are trying to control the population, they aren’t trying to encourage family life..

  • ^^^lol same shit with jersey shore and every other reality show that a set of people are involved with…

  • Sam

    These unedcated niggers entertained us sad but…. Truuu (2chain voice) SEE WHAT I JUST DID?!?! The Elite got you puppets like chicken george SMH PS…IF U THINK OBAMA BLK/WHITE SELF RUNS ANYTHING THEN U BELIVE THE HISTORY BOOKS LOL

  • K9

    I like the Vh1 family shows not this trash

  • County of Kings

    i find it funny that joe budden can be emotional on records talkin bout fallin in love every year, and dmx can cry straight tears everywhere he goes and ppl dont think its ok, but then call drake fake, or phony or a bitch for being emotional on records.

    joe budden was straight crying tears just now for what??? vh1? wow
    he can spit i give him that, but this shit right here, i’m tired of it joe always in the women drama. but then again them bitches joe get be baddddddddd

  • did u just rationalize your ideas on a comment??smfhhh

  • ^^


    @County of Kings, Joe has always been shunned by the masses and one particular reason is cuz he’s an emotional, yet real person…when he portrays his life via his music, the mainstream doesn’t give him credit and us “hip-hop” fans say it’s taboo, yet as time has passed, he continued to do things his way and low and behold, it is working for his career…personally, I think beyond all the made up drama with several characters in this show, the most genuine interactions seem to come from Joe, Tahiry, Kaylin, JOe’s other friends, and Consequence’s story…seems interesting

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  • Bianca

    Damn black women stay losing…the media killed the black man and his image literally and now yall are the new targets. Do all yall really only chase rappers. pro ballers and thugs? Are yall really that angry and unpredictable? Are black women only good for fucking and abandoning? Well VH1 says yes to all these ?’s now imagine how many other races of people watch this and make up even worse stereotypes….death to VH1 and that bitch mona scott and shaunie oneal for this coon monkey behavior

  • sam n wessin

    Co sign Bianca


    well if you look at the trailer it’s really the spanish chicks acting up not the black ones…either way I love to watch bitches fighting! lol

  • Miranda

    I like

  • CaliSwag818

    does anybody make good tv anymore? this is foolish hope they all cash out ..nothing more disappointing than not being able to capitalize off the koonery. The End