By Ricki Says Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Suddenly, Joseline Hernandez is back in the headlines. For those who may have lost count, Joseline left "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta," following the end of season six. Following this, she called Mona Scott-Young out, and began beefing with K. Michelle, onetime friend and lover. Joseline Hernandez
By Alyssa Debonair Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Nearly three years ago, Safaree made his first appearance on "The Breakfast Club," without Nicki Minaj. At the time, it looked as if Safaree would be moving on with K. Michelle. This was when Nicki Minaj was in the early stages with Meek Mill. Safaree was credited
By Chox-Mak Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Long before she showed up on "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta," K. Michelle was making a name for herself. A Memphis native, K. Michelle was working with the mixtape DJs, in the city. Her momentum built and she had a chance encounter with Mona Scott-Young. K. Michelle became
By Ricki Says Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Prior to Cardi B, Joseline Hernandez was probably the biggest overall star from the "Love & Hip Hop" franchise. Of course, K. Michelle was the biggest with music, but Joseline was biggest with the name recognition. In one summer, Cardi B changed all of this. Cardi B
By YRS Jerzy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer With her music, K. Michelle is always pushing the envelope. She has her album, Kimberly: The People I Used To Know, coming soon. The album has spawned a few different singles, featuring Chris Brown, among many others. Also, with this album, K. Michelle has continued blending genres, as
By Ricki Says Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer After years of being in Nicki Minaj's background, Safaree has stepped into the limelight. Arguably, Safaree has been a bigger star than Nicki, these past two years. On a weekly basis, Safaree is being shown to a massive audience. Safaree first debuted, late in 2014, on K.