My very supportive Twitter sister @AngieTweets12 just alerted me about a new reality show called "MONEY. POWER. RESPECT." scheduled to air on October 13th at 10 p.m. ET on WE tv.
According to Broadwayworld.com, the docu-series introduces a new set of elite, high powered female entertainment attorneys and is based in New York.
[The six (one-hour) episodes will follow] a group of gorgeous and ambitious professional women who help each other, use each other-and sometimes throw each other under the bus-in their efforts to get ahead. Whether dealing with failed partnerships, cheating boyfriends, stolen clients and back-stabbing best friends, these driven women use the tricks of their legal training to always get what they want.
Viewers will get a rare and intimate look inside the glamorous yet cutthroat world of the Hip Hop music industry, and experience what it's like to turn artists into stars and negotiate lucrative deals for their clients and themselves. The women mix fun with pleasure as professional lines are drawn and personal alliances are forged. They attend exclusive events and mix with music's top power movers-- all the while struggling to balance their ambitions, love lives, checkbooks and friendships. (Source)
Tiffany is a street smart and book smart attorney who represents writers and producers that create huge hits for some of the world's biggest artists. Some of her clients include Grammy nominated Anonymous (Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Beyoncé, EMPIRE TV show), Syk Sense (Drake, Bryson Tiller, Kendrick Lamar, Tinashe), Deonte' (Chris Brown, Lloyd), singer-songwriter Kris Collins, production duo The Watcherz (Wiz Khalifa, Bow Wow) and others who have written/produced for Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Ciara and B.O.B. The other women look down on Tiffany for being too "hood" but she currently has the hottest roster of artists and producers--and loves calling out the others on their bourgie "fakeness."
Ed is at the center of the hip hop entertainment lawyers. He has worked closely with some of the biggest names in the industry from Diddy and Usher to Wesley Snipes. Some of his management clients included Cassie and Ryan Leslie, and he previously represented Jay-Z, FUBU, Allen Iverson, Peter Gunz, Stephanie Mills, and the majority of Bad Boy's Hitmen producers. Currently, Ed provides legal advice for Stevie J, Kelly Price, Cisco, and Tara Wallace, just to name a few. Additionally, Ed works in the Music, TV, Film, Merchandise, Literary, Branding and Social Media Industries; he is a motivational speaker and author; former chairman of BESLA (Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association); and an Adjunct Entertainment Law Professor at Howard University School of Law. Ed is a mentor to many of the ladies in the group, but finds it hard to stay above the fray when the group's dramatics ignite.
CREDITS: "Money. Power. Respect" is produced for We tv by Monami Entertainment and Eastern TV; and executive produced by Mona Scott-Young for Monami Entertainment and Toby Barraud, Stefan Springman, Mala Chapple, Carmen Mitcho and Jacob Huddleston for Eastern TV. Rhonda Cowan is Co-EP. Executive Producers for We tv are Lauren P. Gellert and Lauren Lazin.