Olivia Theresa Longott (born February 15, 1981), professionally known
as Olivia, is an American R&B singer.
Longott is of Jamaican , Cuban and Indian descent.
In 2000, she became the first artist signed to Clive Davis J Records.
Her self-titled debut album Olivia was released in 2001 and featured
the singles "Bizounce" which made #15 on the charts,
and "Are U Capable". The album debuted at #55 on the Billboard
 G-Unit Records (2004–2007)
In 2004, Olivia re-emerged as the first woman signed to G-Unit Records.
She contributed vocals to the group's debut album Beg for Mercy and
to 50 Cent's The Massacre, including the album's number-one single "Candy
Her first solo single released via G-Unit Records was "Twist
It", featuring fellow G-Unit member Lloyd Banks, followed up
by "So Sexy" in summer 2005. Both songs failed to debut
on the charts due to little promotion. Olivia briefly attended Hofstra
University in New York and planned her second album, Behind Closed
Doors, which was originally slated for a 2005 release on Interscope
and G-Unit Records. Around the same time, Olivia contributed vocals
to Shaggy's single "Wild 2Nite" which debuted at number
61 on the UK charts.
Olivia released her single, "Best Friend", featuring 50
Cent in 2006.
 Universal Motown (2009–present)
In 2007, it was announced Olivia and G-Unit Records had parted ways
therefore her second studio album Behind Closed Doors, was shelved.
However, the album has since been released as a mixtape available
for download on several websites. Since then Olivia has hired an
acting coach and been auditioning for both television and film. She
will make her acting debut in the film Conspiracy X directed by Shawn
In 2009, Olivia did a feature for Congolese singer Fally Ipupa on
his song "Chaise Electrique". In 2009 at a public event
she announced she has signed a recording contract with Universal
Motown, which will release her official second studio album titled
Show the World.
Main article: Olivia discography
* 2001: Olivia
* 2011: Show the World