Olivia Releases New Single ‘Posing’

OLIVIA POSIN

Former “Love & Hip-Hop” star Olivia is back with new music.

The Brooklyn, New York native unveiled her latest single “Posing” earlier this week via her official Twitter page, along with a request for fans to send her their most fiercest selfies.

“Posing” is the latest in a long line of Olivia singles the 34-year old vet has managed to release independent of label support, the last being 2014’s “Unknown,” which sampled Busta Rhymes’ 1997 hit “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See.”
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Olivia Releases ‘Unknown’ Single

OLIVIA LONGOTT UNKNOWN (140x140)

Olivia is back with new music.

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.
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Olivia Pens Tell-All + Lands HBO Role

OLIVIA FAMILY BUSINESS

Singer Olivia is moving on from reality TV and is embracing bigger and better things.

The former “Love & Hip Hop” star has abandoned VH1 for HBO, having secured the role of Ruby in the upcoming drama “The Family Business.”

Aside from her burgeoning acting career, Olivia continues to focus on music, saying fans can expect her album “The Right One for You,” to be released sometime this fall.
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Olivia Debuts New Single: Walk Away

Former J Records protégée turned reality show star, Olivia Longott, is back with (somewhat) new music. After her single “December” failed to make the impact she had hoped for, the 30-year old Brooklyn native went back into the studio, returning with “Walk Away,” another slow jam co-written and produced by her manager Rich Dollaz.

If you watch “Love & Hip-Hop” then you know a little bit about Olivia’s struggles to re-establish herself in the music industry.

After being the first artist signed to Clive Davis’ newly launched J Records back in 2000, Olivia was let go in 2002 after releasing just one album. Two years later she became the first female to be signed to G-Unit Records, unfortunately she never released an album and in 2007 it was announced that the two parties had gone their separate ways.

A free agent ever since, Olivia has steadily been recording and releasing new music, hoping to once again land a deal with a major label.

Has she finally done it? Give the new track a listen and let us know.