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.
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,
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.