R&B singer Lil Mo, who rose to game in 2000 thanks to Ja Rule’s hit single “Put It On Me,” recently landed a new record deal with Global Music Group, where she plans to release two albums.
Details about her first release through the label were not released at press time, but her as-yet-titled album is expected in 2009.
“We are honored to have Lil Mo as the newest member of our family here at GMG.” said Roland Turner, CEO of Global Music Group.
Mo’s hit single “Superwoman Pt. II,” from her debut album Based on a True Story, quickly became a chart topper, helping push her album to gold sales. She went on to release three more albums, but none were as successful as her first.
However, collaborations kept her name out here. She has collaborated with the likes of Missy Elliott, and Jay-Z. Her most recent came in the form of a track called “Cry” with LL Cool J, which landed on the rapper’s most recent album, Exit 13..