Love & Hip Hop is a breakout hit for VH1.
From the original series to its multiple spinoffs, this is the most successful franchise in network history.
But does that mean its cast members have any musical talent?
The show often focuses on the love lives of its featured players; we're here, however, to take a look at the hip hop aspect of these D-Listers and Z-Listers.
Can any of them actually sing? We rank their ability and their potential, from sad sack to potential star, in the following photo gallery...
We have no idea why Rich Dollaz let his lover inside his studio on so many occasions. Both of Mena’s two releases during her time in New York (Where Do I Go From Here and Dancin' All Over The World) were full of auto-tune.
Her main single was titled "Make Her Feel Good." Ironic. Because it made us feel bad.
Ignore her baby drama with Stevie J for a minute. Their collaboration on 2015's "Stingy With My Kutty Kat" wasn't toally horrible.
The mom of Lil Scrappy, Dee shocked us all with "I Deserve," even if it will never win a Grammy.
The track "Heart Breaker" wasn't all that original. But it did make us want to hear a little more from Redd.
Hazel E actually showed some potential. But she has always seemed too focused on her ex-boyfriend through her run on Hollywood. Focus on your music, girl!
Santana is far more talented than ex-girlfriend Mena. That isn't saying much, we know, but have you heard her emotional ballad "'How Can You Leave?"
No longer known just as Lil Fizz’s baby mama, her musical career took off (relatively) after the release of “Riches.”
Frost has been a fixture in the southern music scene for over a decade. Her 2012 release, “Marry Me” became her highest charting song on Billboard and she has recorded seven albums.
Gunz has A LOT of kids. But he's also been nominated for a Grammy and "Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)" is a terrific ode to the Bronx.
Amina wrote “Don't Wanna Be Right” about her secret relationship with Gunz. But she sang it with a lot of heart!
The former Diddy-Dirty Money artist is still attempting to find her place in music after moving on from the Bad Boy collective. But she has talent.
The ex-frontman for B2K, he was famous before signing in for this franchise. And for good reason! Omarion has a great voice.
Forget being nominated. This singer/writer/producer of music has actually won a Grammy Award!
She slayed on "December." But then she delayed the release of her second studio album for a very long time, affecting her professional momentum. That doesn't take away from her pipes, however.
Her third studio LP, "Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart," became her second top-10 release on the Billboard charts. Ever since she broke free from an allegedly abusive relationship, we've been rooting for her.