Reality shows aren’t all about love and drama. There are some hard working women in the music industry who aren’t just girlfriends or models.

The upcoming VH1 reality show The Gossip Game aims to change the perception of women that cover a culture they love.

Cast members Kim Osorio and radio personality K.Foxx, told theGrio the show is a perfect opportunity to display the hustle that goes into a field where women in power are few and far in between.

“I think the work will be shown on this show,” said Osorio, editor-in-chief of The Source magazine.

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K. Foxx’s rise to radio was a slow grind.  She believes this TV platform is the end result of her hard work.

“I’ve been doing radio for a very long time but I didn’t just pop up on a radio station,” said K. Foxx. “I was an intern, I did overnights, I did mornings. It’s been a gradual progression. The grind will be exposed on The Gossip Game.”

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