On the Season 3 premiere of Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta, “Bow After Lockup,” Bow Wow is released after being arrested and charged with battery. R. Kelly’s ex-wife Andrea “Drea” Lee and their three children move back to Atlanta, where 20-year-old daughter Buku tries to launch her R&B singing career. Meanwhile, rapper Da Brat teams up with legendary hip hop manager Debra Antney to create an Artist Boot Camp designed to help foster and develop young musical talent in Atlanta. They audition bright new star ReeMarkable, daughter of the late N.W.A. rapper Eazy-E.
According to WEtv, ReeMarkable (born Daijah Nakia) “has a fine line to walk between honoring her father’s legacy and breaking out as an artist in her own right.” She was just six months old when her 30-year-old father passed in 1995 but she loves being compared to him, especially in the studio (see photos below). ReeMarkable’s mother, Tomica Woods-Wright, married Eazy-E twelve days before his death due to AIDS-related pneumonia. Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta airs Thursdays at 9 pm on WE.
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I love when fans do comparison pics with me and my dad . I was a baby when he passed . So seeing constantly how much I’m like him is always a treat . Don’t ask why I’m grabbing my 🙀 that’s how I record 😂 I think I’m a dude in the booth 🦁 #ripeazye #reemarkablegang KEEP STREAMING MIDDLE FINGER KEEP POSTING !!! I’ll drop new shit #middlefinger🖕🏼