From Tyler Perry, to Usher, to Ludacris, The Fabulous Life will profile the city's famous residents who call Atlanta home.
Criss trains with Olympic Gold Medalist, Jordyn Wieber, before attempting a potentially deadly walk across an I-beam high above a crowd - blindfolded. Criss also blows rapper Ludacris' mind in a costly magic stunt.
Criss attempts to become the first person in history to succeed escaping from a Cement Grave alive. Criss also reveals how to levitate a soda can, and gives rapper Ice-T a bloody demonstration in a barbershop.
La La's schedule is jam packed with work and play. She is taking full advantage of the city, hanging with celebrity friends Ludacris and Trina and still managing to plan a party to launch Motives for La La internationally!
Legendary composer and producer Quincy Jones stops by the Report to preview the new tribute album “Soul Bossa Nostra” to his life and work, featuring Usher, Ludacris, Talib Kweli and more.
When Mel meets with producer Damon Elliott to hear how her solo single turned out, he suggests they add a hip-hop artist to the track as the perfect finishing touch. Mel wants Ludacris to appear on the song, but first she has to convince him that she's changed her image and style from her days with the Spice Girls. Can she prove to him she's serious about making a musical comeback? Also, Stephen tries to crash Mel's girls' night, and Phoenix is punished after she's caught walking on the roof. Can Mel get through to her daughter before she makes anymore bad decisions?
You're invited as we catch up with some of the biggest names in the Hip Hop game. We'll check in with Ludacris, relax with Common in Malibu, find Suge Knight on the set of a music video, and even chat with Oscar winners Three 6 Mafia.
Gene is asked to mentor kids from The Ludacris Foundation, a charity organization founded by the rapper that puts musical instruments into the hands of trouble kids. Gene will write a song and shoot a music video with them.
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