"Sisterhood Of Hip Hop" Makes Highest Oxygen Network Debut Of 2014
The "Sisterhood Of Hip Hop" reality show is executive produced by T.I.
Sisterhood Of Hip Hop is the Oxygen network’s highest-viewed series premiere of 2014, according to TV by the Numbers.
The program, which follows five up-and-coming female rappers and is executive produced by T.I., had 811,000 viewers of its debut episode, which aired Tuesday (August 12).
The series’ second episode is slated to feature conflict between Nyemiah Supreme and Diamond; Siya dealing with heartbreak; and Brianna examining her mix of business and family.
On the first episode, Diamond and Nyemiah Supreme faced off. In an exclusive interview with HipHopDX that was published Wednesday (August 13), Diamond says that the scenario was not staged.
“That’s what I think we were excited about, because it was all natural stuff that they had, seeing how we feel,” Diamond said at the time. “I think that she probably knew who I was but probably was just throwing a little shade. Like how Brianna [Perry] [would] say, ‘We’ll tease, we might do Rap, we might be rapping, we might be competitive. Oh, I’m cute today, whatever, whatever.’ Also being a New Yorker. Both my mother and father were born in New York and I have like six aunties and two uncles or whatever, so she could have just been on her New York like, ‘Yo!’ That cocky talk. I’m just like, ‘What? What you mean? How old are you? Do the math.’ But we were still able to truck through that. So yes, it was. It was real.”
Sisterhood Of Hip Hop airs Tuesdays at 9 pm EST/PST on Oxygen.