In the 1999-2001 period, Lil’ Mo rose to fame, initially providing vocals for Missy Elliott. She, too, was signed to Elektra Records, but her moment came, when Irv Gotti began working with her. He placed her on Ja Rule’s “I Cry” and later added her vocals to his breakthrough “Put It On Me.”
Lil’ Mo would have a dominant run, in 2001, singing Ja Rule’s hooks. This momentum led directly into her own album rollout, as her “Superwoman” single became a massive hit. She proved to have strong chemistry with both Ja Rule and Fabolous, doing many records with him, also.
Since 2003, Lil’ Mo has not had as many mainstream looks, but she found success on reality TV. This morning, she sat down with “The Breakfast Club,” where she spoke to DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. The conversation saw them speak on her career, new music, relationships and family, mental health, and much more.