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Lil’ Mo Net Worth, Wiki & Biography in 2017
Cynthia Karen Loving, born on the 19th of November 1979, and now known as Lil’ Mo, is an American singer, songwriter, and radio personality famous for her songs including “Ta Da’, “Hot Girls” and “5 Minutes”.
So how much is Lil’ Mo’s net worth? As of early 2016 it is reported to be $250,000 gained mostly from her career as a recording artist now spanning almost 20 years, her stint as a radio show host, and her reality television show.
Born in Long Island, New York, Lil’ Mo and her family were always on the move because of her father’s work in the military. From Texas, to Georgia and North Carolina, Lil’ Mo and her family finally settled in Baltimore, Maryland where her love for music has grown. Everywhere they went, she joined talent shows to hone her skills and when she became an adult she decided that she wanted to reside in Manhattan, New York and become a singer, which she did.
Lil’ Mo Net Worth $250,000
In 1998, Lil’ Mo started from scratch submitting demos to several recording labels. Hip hop artist Missy Elliott heard one of her demos and asked her to visit Elektra records, which immediately signed a deal with Lil’ Mo and started working in the studio on her first album. To build up her name and popularity, Lil’ Mo worked with various artists in preparation for her first album, including Missy Elliott, Ja Rule and Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s. With these collaborations, Lil’ Mo started to make a name for herself and build her net worth.
After a long wait, finally in June of 2001 Elektra released her debut album entitled “Based on a True Story”. It was followed through in 2003 with her second album, “Meet the Girl Next Door”, both of which received positive reviews from the fans and contributed significantly to her net worth. However, after two albums Lil’ Mo was released by Elektra Records.
In 2007 she came back with her third album under her own label HoneyChild Entertainment, entitled “Pain & Paper”. After four years, in 2011 she released her fourth album “P.S. I Love Me”. The performances on her four albums made her one of the most established female R&B artists in the US and certainly helped in the increase of her net worth.
Aside from being a recording artist, Lil’ Mo also has plenty of other undertakings. In 2002 she became a radio show host on “The Lil’ Mo Show” aired on X 105.7. She also lends her voice to, and became a guest singer working with names like Lil Wayne, Fabolous, Jay-Z and Tamar Braxton to name a few.
In 2013, she entered the world of reality television, and joined the cast of “R&B Divas: Los Angeles”. The show was a huge success among fans, even the song “I’m a Diva” that she recorded for the show was a hit as well.
In terms of her personal life, Lil’ Mo was previously married to Gus Stone(2001-07) with whom she has two daughters, and Phil Bryant(2008-14) with whom she has two sons. She has been married to boxer Karl Dargan since 2014, and they have a son – he has a son from a previous relationships.
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|Birth date:||November 19, 1978|
|Birth place:||Long Island, NY|
|Profession:||Singer, songwriter, radio personality|
|Spouse:||Gus Stone (2001-2007), Phil Bryant (2008-14), Karl Dargan (m.2014)|
|Children:||Heaven Love'on Stone, God'Iss Love Stone|
|Record labels:||Elektra records, Pain & Paper|
|Nominations:||MTV Video Music Award for Best Rap Video (2001), Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video (2000)|
|TV shows:||The Lil’ Mo Show (X 105.7), R&B Divas: Los Angeles (2013)|
|Albums:||Based on a True Story (2001), Meet the Girl Next Door (2003), P.S. I Love Me, R&B Divas: Los Angeles (2013),|
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|District 13: Ultimatum||2009||performer: "Don't Stop the Music"|
|Precious||2009/II||performer: "My Good Lovin"|
|Honey||2003||performer: "4ever" / writer: "4ever"|
|Flava||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2001 writer - 1 episode, 1999|
|Top of the Pops||2001||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Double Take||2001||performer: "Put It On Me Remix"|
|Romeo Must Die||2000||performer: "Somebody's Gonna Die" / writer: "Somebody's Gonna Die" - as Cynthia Loving|
|The Mod Squad||1999||performer: "Hello It's Me"|
|Black Dynamite||2014||TV Series|
|Who Can I Run To||2014||Toy|
|R&B Divas: Los Angeles||2013-2015||TV Series||Herself|
|One Christmas||2013||TV Special||Herself|
|R&B Divas Los Angeles: The Divalogues||2013||TV Movie||Herself|
|R&B Divas Los Angeles: Reunion||2013||TV Movie||Herself|
|The 15th Annual Soul Train Music Awards||2001||TV Special||Herself|
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|1||Gave birth to her 5th child at age 36, a son named Karl Sharif Dargan on August 28, 2015 3 days overdue. He was 8 pounds and 20.47 inches long at birth. Child's father is her 3rd husband, Karl Dargan.|
|2||Has 3 step-children.|
|3||(October 1, 2014) Married for the 3rd time her boyfriend of a year Karl Dargan.|
|4||Gave birth to her 4th child at age 33, a son named Jonah Maddox-Phillip Bryant on July 10, 2012. Child's father is her now ex-2nd husband, Phillip Bryant.|
|5||Gave birth to her 3rd child at age 30, a son named Justin McKenzie Phillip Bryant on January 16, 2009. Child's father is her now ex-2nd husband, Phillip Bryant.|
|6||Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 26, a daughter named God'iss Love Stone on February 24, 2005. Child's father is her now ex-1st husband, Al Stone.|
|7||Gave birth to her 1st child at age 23, a daughter named Heaven Love'on Stone on August 19, 2002. Child's father is her now ex-1st husband, Al Stone.|
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