Widowed hip-hop radio DJ Rashon "Rush" Williams loses his job at the radio station WMLE when it is bought by CamCom and switches to a pop format. He and his four children, who have become accustomed to a privileged life, are forced to downsize and move back into Aunt Jo's house where they lived before Rush became wealthy. Rush and his producer Roxy buy WBQL, an old radio station where they used to work, but CamCom puts pressure on advertisers to not buy advertising time from Rush and Roxy. Rush and Roxy soon begin seeing each other and that causes trouble for his college-bound son Jamal.