The first time we heard anything by Christina Milian was her song 'AM to PM' in 2001. Doing well on the Billboard Hot 100 chart by scoring a top 40 hit, she later released 'Dip It Low,' in 2004. Not only did it hit the fifth spot on the Hot 100, but it also topped the Hot Dance Songs chart and peaked at No. 2 on the pop singles chart.

She may have hit a few snags with a few label changes, but Milian has finally found a new home with Young Money Entertainment and is working on new material for her fourth album. Since signing with Young Money, she recently released a track called 'Hello,' which she did with the Stafford Brothers and Lil Wayne.

The singer-actress also forged a career on the big and small screens. Known for roles in 'Love Don't Cost a Thing,' 'Be Cool' and 'Bring It On: Fight to the Finish,' she even scored a gig as the social media correspondent for the NBC singing competition show, 'The Voice.'

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