*Olivia Longott plans to leave her mark in the music industry, despite her tumultuous label history and struggle to gain stardom.

In an interview with Singersroom, she discussed her struggles, plans, dreams and successes, including work with Jerry Wonda’s label, Wonda’s Music.

“We signed back in April, and I can’t really give you too much, but just know that it’s tremendous work that Jerry and I have created together,” she said. “He over-exceeded my expectations of what we were gonna do. I already knew we were gonna make great music, but I can’t wait for you guys to hear it. And there will be collaborations on it also, but I don’t wanna spoil it and tell you who.”

The singer is also planning to return for season three of “Love & Hip-Hop,” however she remains weary of the ups and downs of the show and cast.

She also went down the list of her favorites, naming Brandy as her favorite artist of all time.

Check out the full interview Singersroom.