Lizzo Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Tempo, Juice, Missy Elliot, Songs, Albums, Tours, Boyfriend, Net Worth

Last Updated on August 7, 2022 by Administrator

Lizzo Bio

Lizzo (Melissa Jefferson) is an American alternative hip hop artist based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is the founding member of indie Hip Hop groups The Chalice, Grrl Prty, The Clerb and Absynthe. Her debut album, Lizzobangers, was released in 2013. She released her second album, Big Grrrl Small World, in 2015.

Lizzo

Lizzo Age

She was born on April 27, 1988, and is currently 31 years old as of 2019. Her birth sign is Taurus.

Lizzo Height|Weight

Lizzo is 5 feet and 10 inches tall and weighs about 84 kg.

Lizzo’s Photo

Lizzo’s Photo

Lizzo Family|Early Life

She grew up in Houston, Texas and moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2011. In Minneapolis, she performed with indie groups including the electro soul-pop duo, Lizzo & the Larva Ink. During this time, she helped form a three-piece all-female rap/R&B group, The Chalice. In 2012, The Chalice released their first album, We Are the Chalice, which was locally successful. Her Instagram revealed that her father passed away in 2009.

Lizzo Tempo

Two of our favorite ladies ever just collaborated and it’s dope. Lizzo and the queen of hip hop Missy Elliott joined forces to bring the big girl anthem of the year with their banger “Tempo.” A club-ready jam bursting with confidence and braggadocio, fit for a queen.

Lizzo Cuz I Love You

This is lizzo’s upcoming and major-label debut album said to be released on April 19, 2019, via Nice Life and Atlantic Records. The album features the single “Juice”, which was released in January 2019, and the title track “Cuz I Love You”, the video of which was released on February 14. Lizzo will tour in support of the record from April 2019.

Lizzo Career

Her debut album “Lizzobangers” released on October 15, 2013, was a complete success.  Lizzo toured the US and UK in the fall of 2013 opening for Har Mar Superstar and additionally sang with his band. In October 2013, Lizzo won City Pages’ “Picked to Click” award for the best new Twin Cities artist. In November of the same year, Time named her one of 14 music artists to watch in 2014.

In September of 2014, Lizzo was featured alongside The Chalice bandmates Sophia Eris and Claire de Lune on the song “Boy Trouble” on Prince and 3rdEyeGirl album  Plectrumelectrum. Big Grrrl Small World was released on December 11, 2015. Lizzo’s first major-label EP, Coconut Oil, was released on October 7, 2016. Lizzo was profiled in the June 2018 Teen Vogue Music Issue. Her single “Juice” was released on January 4, 2019, by Atlantic Records. On February 14, 2019, she released the title track off her third studio album Cuz I Love You. Lizzo will release the album on April 19, 2019.

Lizzo Net Worth

She has an estimated Net worth of 2 million dollars as of 2019.

Lizzo’s Boyfriend

Till now, there have been no rumors about Lizzo having a boyfriend in her life and if there had been she would have let her fans know about the matter. Well, what’s interesting is that she is keeping her focus more on her work rather than being in a relationship. It’s not like that Lizzo does not want a relationship but at this point in time, she is giving more priority to her work.

Lizzo and Adele

Lizzo revealed that she was going to get a famous UK pop singer Adele in a feature pretty soon.

Lizzo Albums

  • Lizzobangers (2013)
  • Big Grrrl Small World (2015)
  • Cuz I Love You (2019)

Lizzo Songs

Juice

Good as Hell

Truth Hurts

Boys

Scuse Me

Water Me

Worship

Cuz I Love You

Phone

Batches & Cookies

Let ’em Say

Fitness

My Skin

Humanize

En Love

B.G.S.W.

Ain’t I

Coconut Oil

Deep

W.E.R.K., Part II

Bus Passes and Happy Meals

Hot Dish

Ride

Stayin’ Alive

Faded

Paris

T-Baby

Wat U Mean

1 Deep

Lizzie Borden

Betcha

Never Felt Like Christmas

Tempo

Lizzo Tour Dates

She has announced 2019 tour dates for the tour on her new album “Cuz I Love You”. She named the tour “The Cuz I Love You Tour”.

  • 18 July 2019
    16:30
    McMenamins Historic Edgefield Manor, Troutdale, Oregon, USA
  • 19 – 21 July 2019
    12:00 – 23:59
    Capitol Hill Block Party 2019 – 3 Day
    Capitol Hill Block Party, Seattle, USA
  • 19 – 20 July 2019
    12:00 – 23:59
    Capitol Hill Block Party 2019 – Friday/Saturday
    Capitol Hill Block Party, Seattle, USA
  • 19 July 2019
    18:30
    McMenamins Historic Edgefield Manor, Troutdale, Oregon, USA
  • 20 July 2019
    12:00
    Capitol Hill Block Party 2019 – Saturday
    Capitol Hill Block Party, Seattle, USA
  • 20 – 21 July 2019
    12:00 – 23:59
    Capitol Hill Block Party 2019 – Saturday/Sunday
    Capitol Hill Block Party, Seattle, USA
  • 20 July 2019
    13:00
    Capitol Hill Block Party Saturday Only
    Capitol Hill, Seattle, Washington, USA
  • 25 July 2019
    20:00
    Rams Head Live, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • 26 July 2019
    20:00
    US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
  • 27 – 28 July 2019
    12:00 – 23:30
    Tame Impala & Ella Mai & Vampire Weekend – MoPop Festival – 2 Day Pass
    West Riverfront Park, Detroit, Michigan, USA
  • 28 July 2019
    12:00
    Tame Impala & Ella Mai & Kali Uchis – MoPop Festival – Sunday
    West Riverfront Park, Detroit, Michigan, USA

Lizzo Juice Lyrics

Juice

Mirror, mirror on the wall
Don’t say it, ’cause I know I’m cute (Ooh, baby)
Louis down to my drawers
LV all on my shoes (Ooh, baby)
I be drippin’ so much sauce
Gotta been lookin’ like RAGÚ (Ooh, baby)
Lit up like a crystal ball
That’s cool, baby, so is you
That’s how I roll
If I’m shiny, everybody gonna shine (Yeah, I’m goals)
I was born like this, don’t even gotta try (Now you know)
I like chardonnay, get better over time (So you know)
Heard you say I’m not the baddest, bitch, you lie
Ain’t my fault that I’m out here gettin’ loose
Gotta blame it on the Goose
Gotta blame it on my juice, baby
Ain’t my fault that I’m out here makin’ news
I’m the pudding in the proof
Gotta blame it on my juice
Ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee
Blame it on my juice, blame it, blame it on my juice
Ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee
Blame it on my juice, blame it, blame it on my juice (Ooh, baby)
No, I’m not a snack at all
Look, baby, I’m the whole damn meal (Ooh, baby)
Baby, you ain’t bein’ slick
Don’t dare try to cop a feel (Ooh, baby)
The juice ain’t worth the squeeze
If the juice don’t look like this (Like this, like this, like this)
Hold up, nigga, please
Don’t make me have to take your bitch (How I roll)
If I’m shiny, everybody gonna shine (Yeah, I’m goals)
I was born like this, don’t even gotta try (Now you know)
I like chardonnay, get better over time (So you know)
Heard you say I’m not the baddest, bitch, you lie (You lie)
Ain’t my fault that I’m out here gettin’ loose
Gotta blame it on the Goose
Gotta blame it on my juice, baby
Ain’t my fault that I’m out here makin’ news
I’m the pudding in the proof
Gotta blame it on my juice
Ya-ya-ee (Ya-ya-ee), ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee
Blame it on my juice, blame it, blame it on my juice
Ya-ya-ee (Ya-ya-ee), ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee
Blame it on my juice, blame it, blame it on my juice (Alright)
Ya-ya-ee
Somebody come get this man
I think he got lost in my DMs, what? My DMs, what?
You better come get your man
I think he wanna be way more than friends, what?
More than friends
What you want me to say?
It ain’t my fault that I’m out here gettin’ loose
Gotta blame it on the Goose
Gotta blame it on my juice, baby
Ain’t my fault that I’m out here makin’ news
I’m the pudding in the proof (Puddin’ in the proof)
Gotta blame it on my juice (Blame it on my juice)
Ya-ya-ee (Yay-ya), ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee
Blame it on my juice, blame it, blame it on my juice
Ya-ya-ee (Ya-ya-ee), ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee, ya-ya-ee
Blame it on my juice, blame it, blame it on my juice
(Blame it on it, yeah)

Lizzo Phone Lyrics

Uh, where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone?
Where the hell my, where the hell my phone, huh?
How I’m ‘posed to get home?
Uh, where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone?
Where the hell my, where the hell my phone, huh?
How I’m ‘posed to get home?
Okay, 2:15 and the lights come on, where my phone?
Looking around like where my phone?
Looking where my homies went
Where the hell my homies went?
Where the hell my homies went?
How I’m ‘posed to get home?
How I’m ‘posed to get home?
Walking home with my feet on sore
Walking home with my feet on sore
What the hell these Louboutins for?
What the hell these Louboutins for?
Walking home and it’s damn near four
Walking home and it’s damn near four
What the hell these Louboutins for?
What the hell these Louboutins for?
Yeah, I was getting it, looking real cute
Up in the club, man, how do you do?
Hair ain’t a don’t, hair is a do
Ooh, he fine! What’s up wit’ you?
Where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone?
Where the hell my, where the hell my phone, huh?
How I’m ‘posed to get home?
Uh, where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone?
Where the hell my, where the hell my phone, huh?
How I’m ‘posed to get home? okay
Ooh, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Oh my god, why? (uh yeah, haha)
Yeah, and I seen that boy
Looked at me, but I got annoyed
‘Cause he bought me a drink for a dolla’
Boy came over and he wanted to holla’ (yup)
Boy came over and he wanted to holla’ (yup)
Boy came over and he wanted to holla’ (yup)
My song came on, so I hit the dance floor
Man I lost my, mmm, phone
Walking home with my feet on sore
Walking home with my feet on sore
What the hell these Louboutins for?
What the hell these Louboutins for?
Walking home and it’s damn near four
Walking home and it’s damn near four
What the hell these Louboutins for?
I don’t know where I’m going
Where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone?
Where the hell my, where the hell my phone, huh?
How I’m ‘posed to get home?
Uh, where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone?
Where the hell my, where the hell my phone, huh?
How I’m ‘posed to get home? Uh
Ooh, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Ooh, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Hoo, unlock that, all up in my contacts
Where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone?
Where the hell my, where the hell my phone, huh?
How I’m ‘posed to get home?
Uh, where the hell my phone? Where the hell my phone?
Where the hell my, where the hell my phone, huh?
How I’m ‘posed to get
But you’re holding it, oh

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                                               Lizzo Interview

                                                        “Interview On Billboard”

 

Let’s talk about “Fitness.” The song is clearly a pump-up jam, but can you speak a little about its deeper message?
I want people to realize that fitness doesn’t have a look or an aesthetic or a weight. Fitness is a very personal thing that’s between you and your doctor. To have a big black girl singing about how she’s working on the calisthenics — because mind you, I be in the gym everyday, but people don’t believe that because I got extra fat and rolls and a big butt — I think that it’s empowering for young girls, to see that it’s okay to work out and not have a six-pack.

What sort of response have you been getting so far?
People love it. People have been working out to it, which is my intention. I think women and men all over got that immediately, which is the point. I want it to be so self-explanatory and so conversational that you just get it. And it’s a banger, so there you go.

You just wrapped a tour with Haim. What was that experience like?
Haim is incredible. They are the coolest people in the world, and we’re all sisters now.

You’re the fourth Haim sister now?
Yes. Yes I am. [Laughs]

You’re also going on tour with Florence + the Machine later this summer. What are you looking forward to?
I’m really excited to make my show an arena-sized show. She is such a massive artist, and I don’t mean that in a commercial way — I mean her energy and her presence, and I think that I am [that way] as well. I like to fill up a room. So it’s going to be really nice to look to someone who’s been doing it longer than us and learn. I’m really excited to just be a witch with Florence! [Laughs]

Does the energy feel different when you’re playing for rock audiences, as an R&B- and hip-hop-leaning artist?
Nah. I’ve always been playing alternative shows. I think that human beings are human beings, and whatever you like is not indicative of a certain culture anymore. Music’s just so accessible. You don’t know what that fanbase is going to look like. You can go on a Florence + the Machine tour, and it can be a whole bunch of R&B fans in the audience. I think that if this was my life in the ‘90s, it would’ve been harder, but it’s 2018. People like everything. I think that’s why people geek out so much — they’re getting variety. Nobody wants to see the same thing at a show. They want to have moments, they want to feel different energies onstage, and they want to feel alive. There’s so much darkness in the world — people are so unhappy, and there’s so much anxiety and depression. They come to shows to feel happy. They don’t care what genre it is. They receive us with open minds and hearts and love.

“Fitness” is the latest in a string of singles, including “Truth Hurts” and “Water Me,” that you started putting out last year. Are these part of an album, or are you just putting out work when you’re ready and happy with it?
I don’t know. I don’t follow the industry rules. I’m just throwing it out there. I think that the beauty of what I do is: I can just put out music. I can’t believe I have that privilege. I’m really blessed that people like it. I love putting out projects, but I don’t put out projects just for the sake of it. I put out bodies of work, you know, so…we’ll see.

What does the rest of your year look like?
I’m going to be releasing music for sure, whether it’s one song, three songs, or an album. People will get this music, because I have way too much of it to not put out!

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