Having started her time in the public spotlight as the lead singer for Gangstarr during their Jazzmatazz world tour, The Godmother of Hip-Hop and R&B, as Mo is known by her legion of fans, quickly established herself as the songwriter and collaborator of choice for a variety of industry heavyweights - most notably Missy Elliott, Keith Sweat, BlackStreet, Ja Rule and of course Fabolous. In 2001, Mo released her debut album, Based On A True Story, which featured the hit single, 'Superwoman (Part II)'. Based On A True Story exploded out of the box, debuting in the Top 10 on Billboard's Top 200 and R&B Charts. Her sophomore album Meet the Girl Next Door was released in 2003 and further established Lil’ Mo as a staple of the scene. Now in 2007, Lil’ Mo brings Pain and Paper, a no holds barred lyrical journey into the soul of the experiences that have transformed Lil’ Mo into a woman. With production from studio masters like Brian Cox and appearances by recording superstars like Jim Jones, Trina, Da Brat and of course Fabolous, Pain and Paper will further establish Lil’ Mo as a one of a kind artist who stays true to herself while moving the masses with no compromise.