After a series of delays, Lil Mo unleashes the visual for “iLove Me,” the Tweet-assisted lead single from her 2011 album, P.S. I Love Me. In the video, the “Superwoman Pt. II” singer discovers her strength and ends a long-term relationship with her boyfriend after he does her wrong. With some help from the Southern Hummingbird, Mo gets over her rough patch and comes out a better person on the other side in the Dantrell Cohen-directed clip.
Lifted as the second single from his sophomore album Street Dreams, Fabolous‘ “Can’t Let You Go” was one of his many hits in 2003. The track reunited the Brooklyn MC with R&B songstress Lil Mo, who he previously worked with on 2000’s “Superwoman (Part 2),” and singer-songwriter Mike Shorey. Produced by Just Blaze, “Can’t Let You Go” reached the top 5 of Billboard’s Hot 100 and peaked at No. 2 on the Hot Hip-Hop & R&B Songs chart.
Did You Know? Fabolous is featured on two of Lil Mo’s biggest singles, 2001’s “Superwoman (Part 2)” and 2003’s “4Ever.”
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If you’re in need of an R&B fix, look no further.
Lil Mo looks to empower on “I Love Me,” the lead single from her forthcoming album PS, I Love Me, due November 1.
The song, which features the underrated, but ultra talented Tweet, finds the ladies overcoming issues from their past.
“When Tweet and I did the song, I felt empowered,” says Lil Mo. “Women need to understand that expressing self love is a priority. Value yourself and everything else will fall into line. GIRL POWER!!”
PS, I Love Me features guest apperenaces from Dirty Money’s Dawn Richard and rapper Maino. The album hits stores November 1.
Listen to “I Love Me” featuring Tweet after the jump.