(It looks like Kyesha’s stage name is “Ky Ra Q,” so make sure you search for that if you want to buy the song.) Here’s the official cover art for the track: Finally, be sure to follow Kyesha across the major social media outlets to get her side of what looks to be one of the more entertaining plot lines for this season of LHHH.
Because in this world, a meetup with jumpoffs and girlfriends is the norm, Soulja asks her to meet and she agrees and in he walks with his boo/bae/shenanigan supporter, Nia. Once your relationship has pushed you into private investigator mode you should probably let it go. Which is what was going to happen at the end of the episode when I waited (actually hoped) for them to start fighting. But since Rich never saw a bad decision he didn’t like, he makes the movie and Moniece informs him that he’s going to meet her mother so they can all sit down and talk because Mama Mo aka Marla has some issues with Richie D. I don’t even know him and I’ve got issues with him. In more proof that you should NEVER EVER sign to Bad Boy Records, Willie Taylor from now-defunct Day 26 and his wife Shanda have made the move to Los Angeles from Chicago. He seems like a good dude who is trying to take care of his family, but he’s also got one hell of an uphill battle.
It’s not yet available on You Tube, and doesn’t appear to be on any other social media platforms, either officially or unofficially–though that will almost certainly change as Love & Hip Hop Hollywood‘s newest season progresses.
The one place you can get it is in the i Tunes store, where it will set you back a mere 99 cents.
The series chronicles her attempts to revive her music career after a series of personal struggles.
The first two seasons explore her lingering feelings for her ex-boyfriend Ray J and her vicious feud with his girlfriend, Princess Love.