Last time we heard from former "Love & Hip-Hop NY" cast member Olivia was last year when she dropped the trap song "Posing." Now she's back with a softer approach on "Animal Attraction," a song that finds the R&B beauty softly cooing about lustful feelings.
Former G-Unit songstress / "Love & Hip-Hop NY" cast member Olivia is getting bold and brassy on her new song "Posing," a soundtrack for the carefree life of "bad b*tches" and those who like to "flex on Instagram."
Hard to believe a Busta Rhymes tune can be flipped into a ballad, but it works here, as Olivia sings her woes on a sample of Rhymesâ âPut Your Hands Where My Eyes Could Seeâ brushed up with some piano chords, thanks to DJ Killah Touch.
Olivia says she walked away from Love & Hip Hop (New York) and it appears that might have been a good decision. With a new book available now, titled 'Release Me,' Olivia also revealed what happened with her record deals, her upcoming album and a series coming to HBO in the near future.
While Rich Dolla was scouting for new talents to add to his record label on 'Love & Hip Hop,' but he lost the artist that was supposed to be his cornerstone,
R&B singer and âLove & Hip Hop: NYâ star Olivia has been trying to find her sound, and she may have found it in this duet with Tank called âLove Like This (Remix).â
On the spellbinding track, produced by Cisco Rosado, the songbird expresses confusion about all things love, going back and forth with Tank about loveâs perplexities.
Will there be a season 4 of âLove & Hip-Hop NYâ? Not if VH1 doesnât start compensating the cast with beefier paychecks...
Songs switching hands in the music industry is common, usually with one artist turning down a song and another picking it up. This common practice is highlighted on VH1's Love & Hip-Hop between Erica Mena and Olivia.
Olivia's long awaited album is a wrap. The "December" singer broke the news during an interview this week claiming that it surpassed her expectations.