Lyrica Anderson

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Lyrica Anderson
Origin Los Angeles, California,
United States
Genres R&B, soul, pop
Occupation(s) singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Labels Mosley, Interscope
Associated acts Charice, The Knux, Demi Lovato, Missy Elliott, Timbaland

Lyrica Anderson is an American singer and songwriter.


Anderson began her music career at a young age. She has collaborated with numerous artists, such as Timbaland, Missy Elliott, Jennifer Lopez, Chris Brown, Britney Spears, Beyoncé, and Demi Lovato. Anderson has had a number one record on the U.S. Dance Club Songs chart by the artist Charice featuring Iyaz (“Pyramid”).[1] She has writing credits on two songs on Demi Lovato’s album Unbroken (2011), “All Night Long“ featuring Missy Elliott and Timbaland and "Together" (featuring Jason Derulo). On September 25, 2012, Anderson released her mixtape entitled King Me.[2] She was released from her deal with Timbaland's record label Mosley Music Group, a division of Interscope Records in 2013. Anderson released her EP King Me 2 on May 6, 2014;[3] featuring artists such as Ty$, Kevin Gates,[4] and Wiz Khalifa with its first single being "Unlove You" feat. Ty$ produced by Arturo Ayers.[5] Anderson is being managed by Nils Gums from The Complex Music Group (Karmin) and Troy Marshall. Anderson's debut album Hello released on October 30, 2015.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Anderson is cousins with actresses Meagan Good and La'Myia Good.

Select discography[edit]

New star of "Love And Hip Hop Hollywood" (2016)


  • Hello (2015)



  • King Me (2012)



Other appearances[edit]

Title Artist Album
Daddy's Little Girl The Knux Remind Me in 3 Days...
Mentally[9] Timbaland Timbaland Thursdays
Little Drummer Boy Timbaland Western Union Singing Telegram
King Me[2] Lyrica Anderson
Gotta Be Love Armin Van Buuren Embrace


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