1 Song, 3 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings
9 Ratings

New Fan J. Marsh

Real voice talent. Them women should be ashamed of the mess they spoke about you. Your blessing will come! Jennifer


She's a bad mamma jamma!

Demetria took me by surprise. She's very talented. I hope she get records deals to come now and in the future.


Love IT

Love it sang y'all

About Demetria McKinney

An actress of the small screen, big screen, and stage, as well as a contemporary R&B singer, Demetria McKinney was born in Florida but grew up in a military household and moved frequently. After singing in church choirs, she eventually earned a vocal scholarship and studied theater and dance. Though starting in theater, she's best known for her television role as Janine on U.S. cable network TBS' sitcom Tyler Perry's House of Payne from 2006-2012. During the show's run, she appeared in films including Daddy's Little Girls (2007), Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (2010), and Church Girl (2011) and on-stage portraying Coretta Scott King in the musical I Dream. She has also performed in several of Tyler Perry's stage plays. In 2012, McKinney lent vocals to R&B singer Anthony David's album Love Out Loud, and appeared on-stage in the musical Dreamgirls alongside Jennifer Holliday. The following year, she joined TV One's sitcom The Rickey Smiley Show, and in 2014 landed a recurring role on Lifetime's Devious Maids. That year, she also released two singles, "Work with Me" and later "100," which features the Grammy-nominated rapper Da Brat. In 2015, she found herself involved in the U.S. reality show Real Housewives of Atlanta, and her sultry ballad "Trade It All" landed on the Billboard adult R&B chart. She returned to the chart in early 2017 with "Easy," which reached the Top Five. Her full-length debut, Officially Yours, followed on Entertainment One that October, coinciding with the premiere of her show Superstition, a Syfy drama series helmed by Mario Van Peebles. ~ Marcy Donelson

Fort Walton Beach, Florida
August 27, 1979



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