|Celebrated Name:||Lil’ Mo|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Cynthia Karen Loving|
|Age:||42 years old|
|Birth Date:||19 November 1978|
|Birth Place:||Long Island, New York, United States|
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||Karl Dargan (m. 2014), Phillip Bryant (m. 2008–2014), Gus Stone (m. 2001–2007)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Yes (Heaven Love’ on Stone, Karl Sharif Dargan Jr., Jonah Maddox-Phillip Bryant, Justin McKenzie Phillip Bryant, God’Iss Love Stone)|
|Is Lil’ Mo Lesbian?||No|
|Profession:||R&B singer, songwriter, television and radio personality|
|Net Worth in 2021:||$400 thousand|
|Last Updated:||January 2021|
Lil’ Mo is a popular R&B singer, songwriter, television and radio personality from America. She is best known for her single “Superwoman Pt. II”. Mo first gained recognition for featuring on the single “Hot Boyz” by Missy Elliott and collaborating with Ja Rule for the Grammy-nominated “Put It on Me” and “I Cry.”
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Early Life & Biography
Cynthia Karen Loving or Lil’ Mo was born on November 19, 1978, in Long Island, New York, the U.S., to her parents Bishop Jacob D. Loving and Cynthia Loving Sr. Both of her parents worked in the military; therefore, she moved regularly due to her father’s military assignments.
After her father retired, they settled in Baltimore, Maryland. When she was a teenager, Mo shifted to New York City’s Manhattan to pursue a career in music.
Mo has been married three times. In 2001, she married her first husband, Gus Stone. The following year, she gave birth to her first child, Heaven Love’ on Stone. In 2005, her second child, God’Iss Love Stone, was born. The couple divorced in 2007.
In 2008, Mo married Phillip Bryant, who was a Gospel recording artist. The following year she gave birth to her third child, Justin McKenzie Phillip Bryant. Three years later, her fourth child, Jonah Maddox-Phillip Bryan, was born. They divorced in 2014. In October of the same year, Mo married professional boxer Karl Dargan. In 2015, her fifth child, Karl Sharif Dargan Jr., was born.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 19 November 1978, Lil’ Mo is 42 years old as of today’s date 24th January 2021. Her height is 1.58 m tall, and her weight is 63 kg.
Lil’ Mo started her career as a backing vocalist, session musician, and songwriter in 1996. She released her debut single “5 Minutes” in 1998, which was the part of the soundtrack of the movie Why Do Falls Fall in Love. During this time, Mo featured on Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s cover of Billie Holiday’s “Good Morning Heartache,” the single “Hot Boyz” of Missy Elliott, and Ja Rule’s single “Put It on Me.”
Mo collaborated with Ja Rule for “I Cry,” which repurposed The O’Jays’ 1978 hit “Cry Together.” In 2000, she released the single “Ta-Da” which was a huge success. Mo became a household name when she recorded her second single “Superwoman Pt. II”. The song peaked at #11 on Billboard Hot 100.
In 2001, Mo released her debut album, Based on a True Story, which reached number 14 on Billboard 200 and attained a gold certification from the RIAA. She was also working as a part-time anchor for Baltimore urban radio station WXYV-FM. Her second album, Meet the Girl Next Door, was released in 2003.
The following year, Mo signed with Cash Money Records and recorded her third music album, Syndicated: the Lil’ Mo Hour, which consists of popular songs like “Hot Girls” and “Dem Boyz.” In 2007, she released the album, Pain & Paper, by Koch Entertainment and sold more than ten thousand copies. She also released several mixtapes such as P.S. I Love You and P.S. I Love Me with Bronx Bridge Entertainment.
In 2013, Mo was seen in the reality television series R&B Divas: Los Angeles, which aired on the TV One network. At the same time, she released her fifth album, The Scarlet Letter, under Penalthy Entertainment. In 2018, Mo announced her retirement from the music industry to pursue a career in law.
Awards & Achievements
Lil’ Mo has won several awards and nominations in her illustrious career. In 2002, she won the ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards and BMI Urban Music Awards in the category of Songwriter of the Year. She also won BMI Pop Music Awards, and BDS Certified Spin Awards.
The following year, Mo was awarded two awards ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards for and BDS Certified Spin Awards for her song “Can’t Let You Go.” In 2004, she was given the ASCAP Pop Music Awards for the same.
Mo has also been nominated for several other awards, including MTV Video Music Awards, The Source Awards, 44th Grammy Awards, and Teen Choice Awards.
Net Worth & Salary of Lil’ Mo in 2021
As of January 2021, Lil’ Mo has an estimated net worth of more than $400 thousand. She has made this massive fortune through her successful career as an R&B singer, songwriter, television and radio personality.
She has released several commercially popular music albums, including Based on a True Story (2001), Meet the Girl Next Door (2003), P.S. I Love Me (2011), The Scarlet Letter (2014), and many more.
Mo has also performed in musical concerts and tours all over the world like Lilith Fair (with Missy Elliott) (1998), Sprite Simon Dtour Live (with 3LW) (2003), and Rock the Mic Tour (with Jay-Z and 50 Cent) (2003).
She also makes money through brand endorsements, collaborations, and media appearances.
Lil’ Mo is one of the most talented and versatile artists in the world. She is very active on various social media platforms, including Instagram, where she has more than 1 million followers.