Lil’ Mo


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November 19, 1978
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Lil’ Mo Bio

Lil’ Mo, born Cynthia Karen Loving, is an American R&B singer, songwriter, and TV personality. She is 41 years old (November 19, 1978) who was born in Long Island, New York. She began her music career by sending her demo to Elektra Records for Nicole Wray’s album in 1998, ‘Make It Hot’. This caught the attention of Queen Latifah, asking Cynthia to sing as a backup on her track ‘Hot Boyz’ in 1999 which led to her signing with Elektra Records. This led to her collaborations with Jay-Z on his track ‘Parkin Lot Pimpin’ and two of Ja Rule’s tracks ‘Put It On Me’ and ‘I Cry’) in the 90’s. Her debut album, ‘Based on A True Story’ was set to release in 1999 but was pushed back by Elektra Records and was then released in 2001. Regardless of the delay, Lil’ Mo’s debut was a success, it sold over 70,000 copies in its first week with her widely known single, ‘Superwoman, Pt II’. which peaked at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 that same year. In the same year, Lil Mo’ was assaulted at one of her live shows and whilst in recovery, became a part-time anchor for urban radio station WYXV-FM in Baltimore, as she prepared for the release of her second album, ‘Meet The Girl Next Door’ in 2003. The album placed at number 17 on the US Billboard 200 and Top 4 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Lil’ Mo self released her third album, ‘Pain & Paper’ in 2007, having career struggles with music labels. For her fourth album release, she signed with Global Music Group to release ‘P.S. I Love Me’ in 2011. Her music career led her to her TV career, casted on shows “The Rickey Smiley Showand reality show “R&B Divas: Los Angeles”. As of 2018, she has retired from her musical career to pursuit law.

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