The former “Love & Hip-Hop: New York” star, who recently abandoned ship for the greener pastures of HBO, has returned to her musical roots and gifted fans with a new single.
“Unknown,” which samples Busta Rhymes’ 1997 single “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See,” is the latest in a long line of singles Olivia continues to release independent of any label. read more » » » »
R & B songstress Olivia Longott is not giving up on her dream. Despite being signed to two major labels and being dropped by both, the 30-year old New York native continues to release new music and with the help of her manager Rich Dollaz, release her own videos.
The latest offering from the duo’s stable is “Walk Away,” a single Olivia wrote and co-produced herself. The single originally premiered on an episode of Love & Hip-Hop and now the official video has been unveiled as well.
Directed by Gee-Lock, the visuals use the issue of domestic violence as its backdrop, a move I am sure is designed to help Olivia seem more relateable to the public. Check the singer’s latest offering below and let us know what you think.