Olivia Longott Net Worth $2 Million
Of native American, Jamaican, and Cuban descent, Olivia was born on February 15, 1981in Brooklyn, ny. R&B/rap femme fatale Olivia specializes in sultry, smooth, and sexy sounds la Janet Jackson, TLC, Salt-N-Pepa, and so on. Born together with the talent of perfect pitch, Olivia started developing her singing in the church choir and by singing Michael Jackson tunes for friends, as well as taking voice, guitar, and piano lessons as a teen, finally inking a record deal with Clive Davis’ J Records in August 2000.April 2001 saw the launch of Olivia’s self-titled debut and hit single, “Bizounce.”
In 2004, Olivia re emerged as the very first girl signed to G-Unit Records. Rap femme fatale contributed vocals to the group’s debut album Beg for Mercy and to 50 Cent’s The Massacre, including the record’s number one single “Candy Shop”.
Olivia’s first solo single released via G-Unit Records was “Twist It”, featuring fellow G-Unit member Lloyd Banks, followed up by “So Sexy” in summer 2005. Both tunes didn’t debut on the charts due to little promotion. Olivia briefly attended Hofstra University in ny and planned her second record, Behind Closed Doors, that was originally slated for a 2005 release on Interscope and G-Unit Records. Around once, Olivia contributed vocals to Shaggy’s single “Wild 2Nite” which debuted at number 61 on the United Kingdom charts. Olivia released her single, “Best Friend”, featuring 50 Cent in 2006.
In 2009, Olivia did a attribute for Congolese vocalist Fally Ipupa on his tune “Chaise Electrique”. On April 12, 2011 she released her first music video for “December” the first single off of her new record. The single can also be available in iTunes. Several have seen her record this tune on a episode of “Love & Hip Hop” on VH1.