Wild 'n Out

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Wild 'N Out
Also known asWild 'N Out
GenreComedy
Improv
Created byNick Cannon
StarringNick Cannon
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons15
No. of episodes205+
Production
Executive producers
  • Candida Boyettons
  • Michael Goldman
  • Nick Cannon
  • Paul Ricci
Running time30 minutes
Production companiesMr. Renassiance Entertainment
(Seasons 1–4)
The Collective(Seasons 1–4)
NCredible Entertainment
(Season 5 – present)
DistributorViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks
Release
Original networkMTV
(Seasons 1–4, 8–13)
MTV2
(Seasons 5–7)
VH1
(Season 13–present)
Picture format480i (SDTV)
(Seasons 1–4)
1080i (HDTV)
(Seasons 5 – present)
Original releaseJuly 28, 2005 (2005-07-28) –
present
External links
Website

Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out is an American sketch comedy and improv game show series that was created and hosted by comedian Nick Cannon.[1] It debuted on July 28, 2005 on MTV.

The series had been renewed through Season 16, with 90 new episodes to be produced.[2] On June 19, 2019, it was announced that Wild 'N Out would expand to sister network VH1, with a special Summer season premiering on July 7, 2019.[3][4]

Premise[edit]

Similar in premise to shows such as Whose Line Is It Anyway?, the series puts two teams of comedians against each other in a series of Wild 'N Out games which are all basically "improvisational" comedy games. The Teams are the "Red Squad", which was the team name until Season 5 where they became the "Platinum Squad" and were permanently captained by Cannon; and the "Black Squad", led by a celebrity guest until Season 7 where the situation was reversed with Cannon becoming the Black Squad team captain and the celebrity guest leading the Platinum Squad.

For Season 8, the colors were revamped once again with the Gold Squad replacing the Black Squad. The Gold Squad was led by Cannon while the celebrity guest remained captain of the Platinum Squad. For Seasons 9-14, Cannon led his original Red Squad team color while the Black Squad team color returned also. For Season 15, The teams were revamped as Nick Cannon leads the Old School team, comprising older cast members and a legendary special guest and cast member DC Young Fly and another celebrity guest lead the New School Team, comprising some newer cast members. For Season 16, once again the teams changed. In a format similar to Old School vs New School, Nick Cannon leads the Revolution Team and DC Young Fly and the celebrity guest lead the Evolution team.

After three such games, the two teams square off against each other in the final round of the game called 'WildStyle', in which they must deliver a punchline directed at their opponent's team member(s) within a freestyle rap. The comedians "beef" with each other; however, some are impersonal jokes. Although similar to Whose Line, the "points don't matter", the teams score one point per round victory during the normal rounds, plus one point per favorably judged punchline during 'Wild Style', which makes it similar in format to the improv show ComedySportz.[5]

Each episode also includes a musical performance, occasionally by the guest captain for the Black/Platinum Squad (Nick Cannon performed with Migos in Season 6 in the episode featuring Chanel Iman). At times, the musical guest comes out just before 'Wild Style' as the judge for the beefs. Starting with season 2, the teams now compete for a "Wild 'N Out" Championship belt which if the Black Squad wins, the team captain gets to take home the belt but if Cannon's team win he gets to keep the belt.

Production[edit]

In November 2012, it was announced that the series would be returning in 2013 after a six-year hiatus. The revival features celebrities, along with the show's current cast.[6][7] The fifth season premiered on MTV2 to 1.1 million total viewers, making it the highest-rated telecast in the network's history.[8] The show would continue on MTV2 for three seasons.

On June 9, 2016, Wild 'N Out was renewed for an eighth season, which would mark the series' return to MTV. The season premiered on August 4, 2016.[9]

Controversy[edit]

On July 14, 2020, Nick Cannon was fired by ViacomCBS after making racist and anti-Semitic remarks during an episode of his podcast Cannon's Class with Professor Griff.[10] Cannon endorsed conspiracies about Jewish control of finance, claimed that Jews had stolen the identity of "black people as the 'true Hebrews'", and cited Louis Farrakhan, who is labeled as an anti-semite by the Southern Poverty Law Center and Anti-Defamation League.[11][12]

Cannon also called white people "savages" who were "closer to animals", claiming the "only way that they can act is evil",[13][14] citing the pseudoscientific melanin theory. A statement from ViacomCBS noted that the company's relationship with Cannon was terminated due to his promotion of "hateful speech and ... anti-Semitic conspiracy theories".[15] Two days later, Cannon released an apology for his remarks regarding anti-Semitism, saying, "I want to assure my Jewish friends, new and old, that this is only the beginning of my education."[16] He also demanded for complete ownership for Wild 'n Out, and an apology from ViacomCBS for his termination.[17]

When Fox was aware of his podcast, the network immediately consulted him and accepted his public apology, allowing him to remain host of The Masked Singer.[18] He donated his first paycheck to the Simon Wiesenthal Center, in light of the incident.[19][20] On February 5, 2021, ViacomCBS announced that Wild 'N Out would resume production with Cannon as host, saying that Cannon has "taken responsibility for his comments" and "worked to educate himself" through conversations with Jewish leaders.[16] New episodes began airing on April 6 that same year.[21]

Games[edit]

  • Kick 'Em Out The Classroom: A game where the members of each team need to rhyme with what the previous player stated or they will be eliminated if unable to recite the next line, or if the same line is repeated in the game. The team with the most remaining players left wins. Introduced in Season 14.
  • World's Worst: a game where the comedians demonstrate the worst example possible of a given scenario; introduced in a Season 1 episode featuring SNL star Kenan Thompson. Similar to the Whose Line is it Anyway? game of the same name.
  • You Can't Say That: A game where the most inappropriate thing is said on live TV; this game was first introduced in Season 1 in an episode featuring Wu-Tang Clan member, Method Man.
  • Let Me Holla: Members from each team use a pick up line on a Wild 'N Out girl.
  • The Interrogation Game: an improv comedy game of interrogating an unknown suspect and the suspect must give out a clue of who they are. This was used in Season 1 with Christina Milian as Black Team Captain.
  • The Hating Game: a comedic version of the Dating Game with bad intentions heard about the bachelors. Introduced in Season 1 featuring guest team captain Fonzworth Bentley.
  • Before and After: A game where one person from each team is giving a category as he/she must act out a person or thing before and after.
  • Tore Up from the Floor Up: A game where people from the audience are called to walk the runway as the teams clown about the outfits.
  • Celebrity Death Battle: An improv game where two people have a rap battle, acting as the celebrities shown on the monitor.
  • Turn Up For What: A member from each team shout "Turn up......" The audience then ask "Turn up for what?" If the reply is funny, music is played and everyone 'turns up'; if not, they get crickets.[22]
  • Got Props: Each team is given a prop and has to use it in a scenario. Similar to the Whose Line Is It Anyway? game "Props".
  • That's My Dog: A game where two people of the same team (one the owner of the dog and the other as the dog) must come to an understanding of clues DJ D-Wrek gives out. First introduced in a Season 1 episode with team captain Kevin Hart.
  • Unhappily Ever After: A funny take on fairy tales with bad endings. Used in Season 1 by guest team captain, Kanye West.
  • Remix: Each team has to remix a nursery rhyme or a beloved/well-known song, generally one directed towards children. The audience decides the winner after by the ferocity of their applause.
  • Thanks For Nothing: Each team member will have to impersonate a celebrity accepting an award that they shouldn't be proud of.
  • Trap N Out: an alternative version of Remix first introduced in Wild N' Out Season 8 when the Migos were team captains/performers. In this game, the teams get a word/prompt and turn it into a trap song
  • R and Beef: Each team has to make a R&B song from audience suggestions or problems. The audience decides the winner based on their applause.
  • Rock N Beef: An alternative version of R & Beef used in an episode featuring Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy.
  • Pie or Die: Each member is given a word and has to use it correctly in a freestyle rap. If they use it correctly, they gain a bell. If they don't use it correctly, screw up the rap by forgetting what to say next, they get a pie to the face. The team with the most bells wins.
  • Talking Spit: The team captains sit down and fill their mouth with water. Opposite members of each team try to make them laugh. The team that has the most spits loses.
  • Pillow Talk: An alternative version of Talkin' Spit using pillows in substitution of water bottles and a bucket. This concept was used in an episode featuring Victoria's Secret model Chanel Iman.
  • Family Reunion: Each member of each team have to introduce a member of the audience as their "family member".
  • Eat Dat Ass Up: Each team is given a random word or phrase to come up with a dance to do. The team that does it the best wins.
  • Plead the Fifth: The team captain of both teams sit in a cage and are asked questions by the opposing members. The captains have to answer the questions truthfully. The only way to get out of answering the question is saying "I plead the fifth". The team who pleads the fifth the most loses.
  • Now You Wild Out: Each team is given a place to rap a description about what to do at the place and end with punchline "Now You Wild Out" and its keep going until one team can't think of a rhyme.
  • Pick up and Kill it: One person from each team is rap battling about a specific topic. Whichever player fumbles on their rhymes first, or doesn't have an idea for the next verse loses, and the other team gets the point for that round. The team with the most points wins. Introduced in Season 9.
  • Flow Job: One member of each team must I rap about the occupation they are given to a Wild 'n Out girl.
  • Twerk Work: Teams make up twerk songs based on occupation suggestions from Twitter. The audience decides the winner after.
  • Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Members from each team use their best breaking up technique on a wild'n out girl. If it's funny, it gets a bell; if it's unfunny, it gets a buzzer. The team with the most points wins.
  • So Fly: Members from each team compliment their captain.
  • So Ballin': an alternative version of So Fly used in Season 4 by rap artist, Jim Jones.
  • Late Night Questions: A game were one person ask a question in bed causing the other to be uncomfortable.
  • Star Sightings: Members from each team go out and find people in the audience that look like stars.
  • Who's On The Pole: Members from each team can say jokes about audience members who go up on stage and dance on the pole.
  • Bail Me Out: Members from each team try to get their captain to say which celebrity they are trying to be. The team that gets the most right wins.
  • Wildagram: DJ D-Wrek will give each team a celebrity name and they got 15 seconds to act out their "Wildagram" post. If it's funny, it gets a bell; if it's unfunny, it gets a buzzer. The team with the most points wins.
  • Instaham: Photo of a celebrity will be shown on the screen and the cast members have to explain what happened with a funny punchline. Introduced in Season 1 as Snap on the Shots with guest team captain, Eva Pigford.
  • Hood Jeopardy: A more modern version of the game show Jeopardy!. Team members come up with punchlines as answers to questions given on the screen.
  • Starting Lineup (also referred to as In This Corner and Coming To The Ring): Audience members will walk the stage and the cast members will introduce them as if they were athletes entering the area. Introduced in Season 8.
  • Bullspittin: Members from each team get on a mechanical bull and use a word to rhyme with. They rap as many words as they can until falling off the bull. Introduced in Season 9.
  • Wild Sauce: Each team member from each team goes back and forth. If that member gets stumped, he or she have to take a shot of hot sauce. The team that loses, everybody on the team has to take the shots of the hot sauce. Introduced in Season 10.
  • Vowing Out: An Wild 'N Out girl dressed as a bride comes on stage and each cast member from each team has to propose to her. Introduced in Season 11.
  • Boo'd Up: Similar to the game Family Reunion, the cast will go into the crowd while singing the chorus, "I ain't lonely no more, I'm boo'd up". After singing, cast members from each team will say something funny about their significant other. If it's funny, it gets a bell. If it's not funny it gets a buzzer. The team with the most points win the game. Introduced in Season 11.
  • Shooting Blanks: The Wild 'n Out girls playing the firing squad, DJ D-Wrek gonna start it off and each cast member from each team got to fill in the blank. If the punchline it's funny, it gets a bell. If it's not funny, it get a buzzer and they gonna get wet with water. Introduced in Season 11.
  • Got Damned: Team members take turns going one on one with a member from the other team in a roasting battle, if they take too long to think of a roast or you stutter or two of the roasts are shakies, the other team gets a point. The team with the most points wins. Also Emmanuel Hudson is the referee of this game making him the only cast member to control the game other than DJ D-Wrek. Introduced in Season 12.
  • Step Your Game Up: Each team will come into the stage to put on their own "step show" and the audience will decide which one is better. Introduced in Season 12.
  • Sex, Flix & Chill: Similar to game, Flow Job. One member of each team must freestyle rap about a movie or show they are given to a Wild 'n Out girl and she must guess it in time. Introduced in Season 8.
  • It's My Birthday: Each person of each team will give the opportunity to introduce themselves in a funny way. If their introduction is funny, it gets a bell. If is not funny, it gets a buzzer. The team with the most bells win the game. Introduced in Season 14.
  • Bust The Place: Similar to the game Eat That Ass Up, DJ D-Wrek will give a dance name and the cast members will have the opportunity to do a Jamaican dance. If the dance is funny, it gets a bell. Introduced in Season 14.
  • Diss Side, Dat Side: The audience of each side of the Wild 'N Out area will give a chance to diss each other. One person of each team will represent each side. At the end of the game, DJ D-Wrek will determine which side was more hype. Introduced in Season 14.

Cast[edit]

Cast member Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Nick Cannon Starring
DJ D-Wrek Starring
Affion Crockett Starring Starring
Alanna Ubach Starring
Darrel Heath Starring
DeRay Davis Starring Starring
Gene Hong Starring
Joshua Funk Starring Starring
Katt Williams Starring
Leonard Robinson Starring
Mikey Day Starring
Nyima Funk Starring Starring
Rasika Mathur Starring Starring
Rob Hoffman Starring Starring
Spanky Hayes Starring Starring
Cameron Goodman Starring
Christine Lakin Starring
Corey Holcomb Starring
Dominique Starring
Nic Nac Starring
Scruncho Starring Starring
Shenika Williams Starring
Marques Ray Starring
Randall Park Starring
Shawty Shawty Starring Starring Starring Starring
Taran Killam Starring
Benji Brown Starring
Biz Markie Starring
Brandon T. Jackson Starring
Cipha Sounds Starring
Deon Cole Starring
Guy Torry Starring
Jackie Long Starring
Jeff Ross Starring
John Brown Starring
Kevin Hart Starring
Lil G Starring
Loni Love Starring
Luenell Starring
Porscha Coleman Starring
Rodman Starring
Shamrock Starring
TK Kirkland Starring
Chauntè Wayans Starring
Chico Bean Starring
Conceited Starring
DoBoy Starring Starring
Emmanuel Hudson Starring
Jack Thriller Starring
Jacob Williams Starring Starring
James Davis Starring Starring
Karlous Miller Starring
Lauren Flans Starring Starring
Pete Davidson Starring
Timothy DeLaGhetto/Tim Chantarangsu Starring Starring
Akaash Singh Starring
B-Daht Starring Starring
Blair Christian Starring
Esther Ku Starring
Hitman Holla Starring
Jon Gabrus Starring Starring
King Bach Starring
Kojo Starring
Natasha Rothwell Starring
Rip Micheals Starring
Shakir Standley Starring
Aarona Lopez Starring
Darren Brand Starring Starring
DC Young Fly Starring
Hunter Steibel Starring
Matt Rife Starring Starring
Rosa Acosta Starring
Becky "Pickles" Robinson Starring
Billy Sorrells Starring Starring
Burpie Starring Starring
Charlie Clips Starring
Cynthia LuCiette Starring
Elgin "Davisito" David Starring
Justina Valentine Starring
Michael Blackson Starring Starring Starring Starring
Nate Jackson Starring
Ross Bryant Starring
Teddy Ray Starring
Tonio Skits Starring
B. Simone Starring Starring
Bonnie Godiva Starring
Corey Charron Starring
Cristian Oliveras Starring
Dewayne Perkins Starring
Jess Hilarious Starring Starring
Leonard Ouzts Starring
Lil Freckles Starring
Reggie COUZ Starring
Summerella Starring
E-Money Starring
Julia Young Starring
Royce Bell Starring Starring
ARNSTAR Starring
Bobb'e J. Thompson Starring
Dan Rue Starring
Funny Mike Starring
Jason Lee Starring
NickNack PattiWhack Starring
Pio Starring
Renny Starring
Vena E. Starring
Yvng Swag Starring
Zoie Starring
Clayton English Starring
Cortez Macklin Starring
Hi My Name's Tee Starring
Jay Will as Kandie Starring
Lil JJ Starring
Mope Williams Starring
Radio Big Mack Starring
Teresa Topnocth Starring
Tyler Chronicles Starring
Watts Homie Quan Starring
Venk Potula Starring
Christian Perfas Starring
ItsLovelyMimi Starring
King Cannon Starring
MyVerse Starring
RiceGum Starring
Amber Diamond Starring
Carter Deems Starring
David Shine Starring
Infared Fred Starring
Jay Cole Starring
King Los Starring
MC Jin Starring
Maddy Smith Starring
Santwon McCray Starring
Shuler King Starring
Teddy Mora Starring
Jessie Woo Starring

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2005)

  1. Orlando Jones/Cassidy/Biz Markie
  2. Christina Milian/Common
  3. Ying Yang Twins
  4. Kanye West/Tracee Ellis Ross
  5. Eva Marcille/T.I.
  6. Kenan Thompson/The Pussycat Dolls
  7. Fonzworth Bentley/Trillville
  8. Omarion/Lil Wayne
  9. Kevin Hart/David Banner
  10. Method Man/Lil Scrappy

Season 2 (2006)

The 2nd season contains a total of 10 episodes which were broadcast from February 2 to April 6, 2006 on MTV.

  1. Lil Jon/Three 6 Mafia
  2. Tyra Banks/Sean Paul
  3. Cedric the Entertainer/Dem Franchise Boyz/Da Brat/Jermaine Dupri
  4. Marques Houston/Rhymefest/Kanye West/Bobby Brown
  5. Rev Run/Young Jeezy/Akon
  6. Kelly Rowland/Ne-Yo
  7. Mike Jones
  8. Charlie Murphy/Busta Rhymes
  9. Wayne Brady/Paul Wall
  10. Mike Epps/Joy Bryant/Pitbull

Season 3 (2006)

The 3rd season contains a total of 8 episodes which were broadcast from August 10 to October 5, 2006 on MTV.

  1. Big Boi/Lil Jon/Purple Ribbon All Stars
  2. Fat Joe/Clipse/Pharrell Williams
  3. Andy Milonakis/Field Mob
  4. Warren Sapp/Method Man
  5. Jamie Kennedy/Chamillionaire
  6. E-40
  7. Ray J/Yung Joc
  8. Talib Kweli/Lupe Fiasco

Season 4 (2007)

The 4th season contains a total of 20 episodes which were broadcast from May 12 to September 6, 2007 on MTV.

  1. Snoop Dogg
  2. Ne-Yo
  3. Lloyd
  4. Steve-O/Big Daddy Kane
  5. Fabolous
  6. Brooke Hogan/Three 6 Mafia
  7. Redman
  8. Swizz Beatz
  9. Tara Reid/Izzy Battle
  10. Young Buck
  11. Pauly Shore/The Fixxers
  12. Jim Jones
  13. Serena Williams/Crime Mob
  14. Common
  15. Terry Crews/Pretty Ricky
  16. Paula DeAnda/Baby Boy da Prince
  17. Big Boy/Mike Jones
  18. Sommore/DJ Unk
  19. Bruce Bruce/Paul Wall
  20. Katt Williams/Huey

Season 5 (2013)

The 5th season contains a total of 12 episodes which were broadcast from July 9 to September 24, 2013 on MTV2. This is the first season of the show to air since the fourth season aired in 2007.

  1. Kevin Hart/DJ Khaled
  2. Mac Miller
  3. 2 Chainz/Lil Duval
  4. Vinny Guadagnino/Mike Epps/Talib Kweli
  5. French Montana/Guy Code Cast
  6. A$AP Rocky
  7. Amar'e Stoudemire/Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
  8. Lil Duval/Charlamagne Tha God/Joey Bada$$
  9. Chanel West Coast/Pusha T
  10. Joe Budden/Big Boi
  11. MGK
  12. Kevin Hart/Kirko Bangz

Season 6 (2014-2015)

The 6th season contains a total of 16 episodes which were broadcast from July 2, 2014 to February 4, 2015 on MTV2.

  1. Rick Ross/MMG
  2. Nelly
  3. Skylar Diggins/Vic Mensa
  4. Bow Wow/Que
  5. Crissy Teigen/PWD/Michael Strahan
  6. Austin Mahone
  7. RiFF RaFF
  8. Asher Roth/Drita D'Avanso/Troy Ave
  9. Tech N9ne/MURS
  10. Amber Rose/Wiz Khalifa
  11. Brandon T. Jackson/Jim Jones/Wonder Broz/Sage the Gemini
  12. Maino/Yo Gotti/Rich Homie Quan
  13. Chanel Iman/Migos
  14. Peter Gunz/Angel Haze
  15. Sage the Gemini
  16. Adrien Broner/Yo Gotti/Rich Homie Quan

Season 7 (2015-2016)

The 7th season contains a total of 16 episodes which were broadcast from June 10, 2015 to January 6, 2016 on MTV2. There are also stand up specials after the episodes in this season are finished.

  1. Fabolous/Kevin Hart
  2. Rae Sremmurd
  3. T-Pain
  4. Pete Wentz/Fetty Wap
  5. Zendaya/Ne-Yo
  6. Nick Young/A-Town/Snacks/French Montana
  7. Ty Dolla $ign/IceJJFish
  8. Mack Wilds/DJ Drama/O.T. Genasis
  9. Dej Loaf
  10. A$AP Ferg/Hailey Clauson/Marty Baller
  11. Jordin Sparks/Snoop Dogg/Arsonal da Rebel
  12. Shaquille O'Neal/Migos
  13. Ray J/Lil Duval
  14. Remy Ma/The Breakfast Club/K Camp
  15. Tommy Lister/Conceited/Hitman Holla
  16. Fat Joe/Desus Nice/The Kid Mero

Season 8 (2016-2017)

The 8th season contains a total of 21 episodes which were broadcast from August 4, 2016 to April 20, 2017 on MTV, marking the first time in almost a decade that the show aired new episodes on its original network.

  1. Tyga/Scott Disick
  2. Iggy Azalea/Travis Mills
  3. Waka Flocka/Tate Kobang
  4. Travis Scott
  5. Bella Thorne/Jadakiss
  6. T.I./Young Dro
  7. Lil Dicky/Rachel Hilbert
  8. Keke Palmer/Erykah Badu/Mack Wilds/Curren$y
  9. Timbaland/Les Twins/Jay Leno/Lyfe Jennings/Kehlani
  10. Stevie J/Joseline Hernandez/Yo Gotti
  11. 2 Chainz
  12. K. Michelle/Antonio Cromartie/Flo Rida
  13. Trevor Jackson/DRAM
  14. Chris Paul/iLoveMemphis
  15. Samantha Hoopes/Russel Peters/Don Benjamin/Jeremih
  16. Trina
  17. Lil Bibby/Ta'Rhonda Jones/Dreezy
  18. Migos
  19. Faizon Love/2 Milly
  20. Deontay Wilder/Tory Lanez
  21. Omarion/Safaree

Season 9 (2017)

The 9th season contains a total of 16 episodes which were broadcast from June 29 to October 5, 2017 on MTV.

  1. Chance the Rapper/Saba
  2. Vic Mensa/Method Man
  3. Dave East/Nev Schulman
  4. Lil Yachty
  5. Blac Chyna/ItsAMovie
  6. The Cast of the New Edition Story/Nick Grant
  7. Tami Roman/Lecrae
  8. Remy Ma/Papoose/Conceited/Hitman Holla
  9. Killer Mike/Run the Jewels
  10. Young M.A.
  11. Rick Ross/Slab/YesJulz
  12. Jake Miller/Shameik Moore
  13. Lil Rel Howery/Mia Kang/Ayo & Teo
  14. LeSean McCoy/SNS/Kid The Wiz/Todrick Hall
  15. DJ Self/Demaris Lewis/Kodie Shane
  16. Wendy Williams/Blac Youngsta/Cipha Sounds

Season 10 (2017-2018)

The 10th season contains a total of 16 episodes which were broadcast from November 30, 2017 to March 1, 2018 on MTV.

  1. Desiigner/Kranium
  2. Wu-Tang Clan
  3. Sereyah/Fatboy SSE
  4. Santa Claus/Slick Woods/Jacquees
  5. Pete Davidson/PnB Rock
  6. MGK/Sommer Ray
  7. Ayo & Teo
  8. Keyshia Cole/Smokepurpp
  9. Fabolous/Elijah Kelley
  10. The Combs Brothers
  11. Tee Grizzley
  12. Wyclef Jean/Sara Sampio
  13. KYLE/Sky
  14. Gary Owen/CyHi the Prynce/21 Savage
  15. A Boogie wit da Hoodie/Don Q/CyHi the Prynce
  16. A$AP Mob
  • International Women's Day Special

Season 11 (2018-2019)

The 11th season consists of 21 episodes and premiered on March 15, 2018 on MTV, two weeks after the end of Season 10, & concluded September 29, 2019 on VH1.

  1. All That Cast/Shameik Moore
  2. PRETTYMUCH/Nafessa Williams
  3. Laurie Hernandez/Yvng Swag
  4. Rick Ross/Slab
  5. Tyga
  6. T.I./Hustle Gang
  7. Keke Palmer/Vic Mensa
  8. Baby Ariel/BJ the Chicago Kid
  9. Dolph Ziggler/Rich the Kid
  10. Prince Royce/Shameik Moore
  11. Blac Youngsta/Cordell Broadus
  12. Amara LeNegra/Bobby Lytes/Derez De'Shon
  13. Winnie Harlow/Rapsody/Shameik Moore
  14. Rachel Lindsay/Vic Mensa/Kent Jones
  15. Dream Doll/Caroline Lowe/Roy Woods
  16. Matt Barnes/Mariah Lynn/Kap G
  17. Justine Skye/Vic Mensa
  18. Affion Crockett/Karlie Redd/Vic Mensa
  19. Mikey Day/Jack & Jack
  20. Trick Daddy/Famous Dex
  21. Wild 'N Out: Veterans vs Rookies/Maino

Season 12 (2018-2019)

The 12th season approximately consists of 26 episodes and premiered on August 17, 2018 on MTV.

  1. Chance the Rapper/Reesey Nem
  2. Ludacris/Denzel Curry
  3. Azealia Banks/Lil Yachty/JaVale McGee
  4. Rae Sremmurd
  5. Chloe x Halle
  6. Trevor Jackson/Deon Cole
  7. Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta
  8. Jonathan Cheban/Lais Ribeiro/Ayo & Teo
  9. Matt Triplet/Yung Joc/Curt Chambers
  10. Dwight Howard/Brett Grey/Trinidad Cordona
  11. Tiffany Hayes/Angel McCoughtry/Jay Rock
  12. BlocBoy JB
  13. Sasha Banks/Yung Joc/MadeinTYO
  14. Jacquees
  15. So So Def Anniversary Special
  16. Goodie Mob Reunion
  17. Young M.A./Erica Mena/O.G. Parker/Justin Hires
  18. O.T. Genasis/Nate Robinson
  19. Andre Drummond/Kandi Burruss/Lil Baby
  20. Shaun T/Tyron Woodley/YBN Crew/O.G. Parker
  21. Desiigner/Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta
  22. Tiny Harris/Zonnique/Bun B
  23. Big Tigger/Rico Nasty
  24. Lil Durk/Bernice Burgos
  25. Trae tha Truth/Josephine Skriver
  26. 85 South Show/James Davis/Eric Bellinger/F.L.Y.

Season 13 (2019)

The thirteenth season was filmed in Atlanta from October 29 to November 11, 2018. It premiered on February 1, 2019 on MTV, and continued on VH1 from July 7, to September 15, 2019.[3]

  1. Lil Duval
  2. Soulja Boy
  3. Sky/Doja Cat
  4. Tory Lanez
  5. Marlon Wayans/Anderson .Paak/DaniLeigh
  6. Wiz Khalifa
  7. Ski Mask The Bird God/LightSkin Keisha/B.Smyth
  8. Toya Wright/Tiny Harris/Monica Brown/Shy Glizzy
  9. Vinny Guadagnino/Ronnie Ortiz-Magro/Karol G
  10. Carmella/R-Truth/Sofi Tukker
  11. Swizz Beatz/Kash Doll
  12. Perez Hilton/Lay Lay/JID
  13. Shiggy/Lil Mosey
  14. T-Pain/MoneyBagg Yo
  15. Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood/Kash Doll
  16. NeNe Leakes/Brentt Leakes/Diggy Simmons/Smino
  17. Marshmello/Sherrie Silver/O.G. Parker/Yella Beezy
  18. G Herbo/Eva Marcille
  19. Akon/Buddy/Sarunas J. Jackson
  20. Jimmy O. Yang/Michael Rainey Jr./Pardison Fontaine
  21. Ne-Yo/Kodie Shane
  22. Cynthia Bailey/YFN Lucci
  23. Lupe Fiasco
  24. A$AP Ferg
  25. Denzel Curry
  26. TK Kravitz

Season 14 (2019-2020)

The fourteenth season was filmed in Atlanta from May 14 to 25, 2019. The season premiered on August 17, 2019 with two episodes and a special that aired on MTV. The rest of the season began airing on VH1 starting on January 7, 2020 and ended on April 14, 2020.

  1. Dinah Jane
  2. 2 Chainz
  3. Mario
  4. Ginuwine
  5. Tre'Davious White/Blac Chyna/Asian Da Brat
  6. Kenya Moore
  7. Lil Tjay/Polo G/Lala Kent/Corinne Foxx
  8. Roblé Ali/DDG
  9. The New Day/Saweetie
  10. Tarik Cohen/Ted Ginn, Jr./Lil Dope Boy
  11. Kirk Franklin
  12. Davido
  13. Black Ink Crew: Chicago/DJ Luke Nasty
  14. Koffee
  15. ScHoolboy Q/Smacc
  16. Charmaine/Ceaser/Flipp Dinero
  17. Blueface
  18. PnB Rock
  19. Casanova/Ms. Juicy
  20. Naomi/Jimmy & Jey Uso/Rich The Kid/83 Babies
  21. Taylor Bennett/Tana Mongeau
  22. Danielle Herrington/Justina Valentine
  23. Travis Mills/PnB Rock/Calboy
  24. YFN Lucci
  25. King Harris/Young Nudy
  26. Floribama Shore/Spoken Reasons/Hoodrich Pablo Juan
  • The W.M.A.'s: The Wildest Moments Awards

Season 15 (2020-2021)

The fifteenth season was filmed in Atlanta from December 9 to 18, 2019 and premiered on April 21, 2020 on VH1, just a week after the end of Season 14. The season continued airing on April 6, 2021 and ended on May 4, 2021 on VH1.

  1. Chance the Rapper/Lil Durk/T.I.
  2. Doja Cat/Big Daddy Kane
  3. EarthGang/Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
  4. DaBaby/Too $hort
  5. Jack Harlow/Tank
  6. Lil Keed/Karlae/La La Anthony
  7. Kranium/Sean Paul/Tahiry Jose
  8. Miles Brown/Marsai Martin/Saint Jhn/EPMD
  9. Lil Baby/Ying Yang Twins
  10. DDG/Tommy Davidson
  11. YBN Cordae/Biz Markie
  12. Reginae Carter/Sisqó
  13. Kiana Ledé/Doug E. Fresh
  14. Montell Jordan/Montel Williams
  15. Travis Thompson/Cyn Santana/Jonathan Bennett
  16. Pivot Gang/Naughty By Nature
  17. Cartel Crew/Cassidy
  18. FatBoy SSE/Lost Boyz
  19. Trinidad James/Black Ink Crew: Compton
  20. Cuban Doll/Juvenile
  21. AmbjaayHeadkrack/Da Brat
  22. Rapsody/MC Lyte
  23. 24kGoldn/Fabo
  24. OMB Peezy/Big Tigger
  25. Tyla Yaweh/Yung Joc
  26. Cory Gunz/Peter Gunz/Queen Naija/Donnell Rawlings

Season 16 (2021)

The sixteenth season was filmed in Los Angeles, California from June 8 to June 17, 2021. It premieres on August 10, 2021 on VH1.[23]

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