Waka Flocka Flame, Tammy Rivera
Waka Flocka Flame (left) and his wife, Tammy Rivera (right), will be working on their relationship in the upcoming "Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition." Pictured: Waka Flocka Flame, Charlie Rivera, and Tammy Rivera attend 'WE tv Celebrates The Return Of Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta' at Club Tongue & Groove on October 2, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Getty Images/Paras Griffin

“Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition” is almost here, and fans will see both new and familiar faces on the new season of the WE-TV series. But who exactly will be starring on the all-new “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition”?

Among the five couples seeking relationship advice are Soulja Boy and his girlfriend, Nia Riley, who is the daughter of legendary producer Teddy Riley. In the new “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition” sneak peek, Soulja Boy, whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way, said he wants to tie the knot with Riley. However, his girlfriend is of a different opinion, believing the rapper and former “Love and Hip Hop Hollywood” star is not ready for marriage.

Waka Flocka and his wife, Tammy Rivera, on the other hand, will be trying to deal with infidelity issues. The Atlanta rapper has been caught in several cheating scandals over the past several years — the latest one just this October with a stripper named La Baam.

Like Rivera, “R&B Diva: Los Angeles” star Lil Mo will also be hashing it out with a cheating spouse since her husband, boxer Karl Darga, has apparently struggled with staying faithful.

Jessica Dime, who previously appeared on “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” like Waka Flocka and Rivera, will also be dealing with commitment issues with her fiancé, Shawne Williams. Dime and her former NBA player beau have not been able to set a date for their wedding despite being engaged for two years now.

Former “Love & Hip Hop” stars Tiffany Campbell and Lil Fizz round up the five couples to star on “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition.” The two will try to fix their relationship, having just gotten back together after a breakup. However, things may not be so easy for the couple as Fizz's exes may intrude on their couple time.

The all-new season will see the five couples attempt to mend their connections with each other and seek some relationship and marriage therapy from counselors Dr. Ish and Dr. V, before facing “Divorce Court’s” Lynn Toler. The judge will then decide on the final verdict of their relationship and see which couples should stay together and which ones need to break up.

“Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition” premieres Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019, at 10 p.m. EST on WE-TV. But while waiting for the first episode, check out the “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition” trailer here to get a sneak peek at the love and drama.