Mona Scott-Young captured the hearts and hour-long attention spans of reality TV junkies when she created her sizzling VH1 series Love & Hip Hop. The show eclipsed expectations and has expanded to cities including L.A., Atlanta, and Houston. Now, Mona decided to up the ante and go digital by creating "Love & Hip Hop: The Game."

“It’s all about the hustle,” Scott-Young said. “You rise through the game. The goal is to become a mogul.” she explained in an interview with Bossip.

During a press preview of the game on Thursday (Sept. 22), she revealed the game and all of its grandeur with the show's stars. Papoose and his wife Remy Ma were in attendance, as well as Yandy Smith and Rich Dollas. The premise of the game is to try and make it in the music industry.

According to Scott-Young, the video game app enables users to become part of the Love and Hip Hop world by assimilating with aspiring singers, club promoters, music producers, models and rappers. The game allows users to also create their own character through customizing their own hairstyle, outfits body type, make-up, and more. The more and more you rise in the game, the more you'll be able to meet some of the stars from the VH1 show.

“Papoose, Remy and Yandy were all represented in the game,” Scott-Young said. “And eventually of you level all the way up, you might get to meet me too.”

The app is free and is available on Android and IOS.

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