Lyrica Anderson

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Lyrica Anderson
BornDecember 18, 1988
OriginLos Angeles, California,
United States
GenresR&B, soul, pop, hip hop
Occupation(s)singer, songwriter, rapper
Years active2008-present
LabelsMosley, Interscope, EMPIRE
Associated actsCharice, The Knux, Demi Lovato, Missy Elliott, Timbaland , A1

Lyrica Anderson-Bentley (born December 18, 1988)[1] is an American singer and songwriter.[2]


In 2009, Anderson co-wrote the song "Pyramid" for Filipina singer Charice, which was released in 2010 and peaked at number one on the US Dance Club Songs chart.[3] Anderson has writing credits on two songs on Demi Lovato's third studio album, Unbroken (2011); "All Night Long" featuring Missy Elliott and Timbaland and "Together" featuring Jason Derulo.[4]

In September 2012, Anderson released her debut mixtape entitled King Me.[5] In 2013, she was released from her deal with Timbaland's record label Mosley Music Group, a division of Interscope Records. In the same year she co-wrote the song "Jealous" for Beyoncé's fifth studio album.[6] In May 2014, she released her debut extended play, King Me 2, featuring guest appearances from Ty Dolla Sign, Kevin Gates and Wiz Khalifa.[7] In 2014, Anderson also co-wrote the song "Pretend" for singer Tinashe. She also co-wrote the song grass ain't greener recorded by Chris Brown [6]

In October 2015, Anderson released her debut studio album, Hello.[8] In 2016, she became a supporting cast member of the third season on the VH1 reality series, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. In 2017, she returned as a main castmember of the reality series.[9]



  • Hello (2015)
  • Adia (2017)
  • Strength (2018)



  • King Me (2012)


  • "Unfuck You" by Lyrica Anderson (featuring Ty$) from King Me 2 (2013)
  • "Freakin" by Lyrica Anderson (featuring Wiz Khalifa) from King Me 2 (2014)
  • "Freakin Remix" by Lyrica Anderson (featuring Wiz Khalifa and Eric Bellinger) from King Me 2 (2014)
  • "Hashtag" by Lyrica Anderson (2015)
  • "Don't Take It Personal" by Lyrica Anderson (2017)

Other appearances[edit]

Title Artist Album
"Daddy's Little Girl" The Knux Remind Me in 3 Days...
"Mentally"[11] Timbaland Timbaland Thursdays
"Little Drummer Boy" Timbaland Western Union Singing Telegram
"Gotta Be Love" Armin Van Buuren Embrace
"The Game" Ya Boy Road 2 Rocka
"Where Did the Love Go ft Afrojack" Chico Rose Non-Album Single

Songwriting Credits[edit]

Year Artist Album Title(s)
2007 Mýa Liberation "Walka Not a Talka ft Snoop Dogg"
Keke Palmer So Uncool "Footwurking"
2008 Webbie Savage Life 2 "I Miss You ft LeToya Luckett"
2009 Jeanette Undress to the Beat "Freak Out"
2010 Charice Charice "Pyramid ft Iyaz"
Hannah Montana Hannah Montana Forever "Are You Ready"
Various Artists Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam "Fire" by Matthew 'Mdot' Finley
"It's On" by Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Cast
"Tear It Down" by Matthew 'Mdot' Finley & Meaghan Martin
"Walking' In My Shoes" (Bonus) by Matthew 'Mdot' Finley & Meaghan Martin
2011 Demi Lovato Unbroken "All Night Long ft Missy Elliott & Timbaland"
"Together ft Jason Derulo"
The Knux Eraser "1974 ft Natalia Kills"
2012 Elijah Blake Bijoux 22 "X.O.X ft Common" [12]
BoA Only One "One Dream ft Henry of Super Junior-M & Key of SHINee
2014 Jennifer Hudson JHUD "Walk It Out ft Timbaland"
Tinashe Aquarius "Pretend ft ASAP Rocky"
Blonde Non-album Single "I Loved You ft Melissa Steel"
2015 Elijah Blake Shadows & Diamonds "I Just Wanna..."
Jason Derulo Everything Is 4 "Love Like That ft K. Michelle"
Chris Brown Royalty "Back to Sleep"
"Wrist ft Solo Lucci"
"Little Bit"
2017 Ty Dolla Sign Beach House 3 "All the Time"
Chris Brown Heartbreak on a Full Moon "Questions"
"Party ft Usher & Gucci Mane
Omarion Non-album Single "Distance" [13]



Year Film Role Notes
2016–present Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Herself Supporting Cast (season 3)
Main Cast (season 4-present)


  1. ^ "Lyrica Anderson Wiki, Net Worth, Married, Husband, Son, Bio, Age, Height". Ranked Wiki. 2018-12-27. Retrieved 2018-12-28.
  2. ^ "Throughout Her Turbulent Pregnancy, Lyrica Anderson Managed To Glow". VH1. November 28, 2018.
  3. ^ "Charice - Chart history". Billboard. Retrieved June 12, 2017.
  4. ^ "Popping Up: Lyrica Anderson". Idolator. September 21, 2012. Retrieved June 12, 2017.
  5. ^ "New Music: Lyrica Anderson – 'King Me' [Mixtape]". Rap-Up. September 25, 2012. Retrieved June 12, 2017.
  6. ^ a b "Video: Lyrica Anderson – 'Hello'". Rap-Up. October 16, 2015. Retrieved June 12, 2017.
  7. ^ "King Me 2 - EP by Lyrica Anderson". iTunes. Retrieved June 12, 2017.
  8. ^ "Hello by Lyrica Anderson". iTunes. Retrieved June 12, 2017.
  9. ^ "Act Like You Know: Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Newbie Lyrica". VH1. August 29, 2016. Retrieved June 12, 2017.
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  12. ^ "Elijah Blake X.O.X. Lyrics". Genius. Genius Media Group Inc. Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  13. ^ "Omarion - Distance Lyrics". Metro Lyrics. CBS Interactive Inc. Retrieved 21 January 2019.

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