Priscilla Renea Hamilton (born September 14, 1988) also known under the pseudonym Muni Long, is an American singer, songwriter, and activist for royalty reform and systemic racism.
In 2009, she released her debut album, Jukebox; while her second one, Coloured, was released (via Thirty Tigers/Sony Music) in 2018.
She is best known for writing/co-writing the hit singles "California King Bed" by Rihanna, "Worth It" by Fifth Harmony, Kelly Clarkson's "Love So Soft", Pitbull's "Timber", and "A No No" by Mariah Carey.
In November 2021, she released an eight-track EP titled Public Displays of Affection. Regarding the title, Long explained: "I really went in the studio writing the music and it was times I caught myself crying. I'm not the most touchy-feely person. So, for me, putting all my feelings on this project is sort of like my 'public display of affection'".
Priscilla Renea Hamilton
September 14, 1988
Vero Beach, Florida, U.S.
Pop, country, soul, R&B, electropop, R&B-pop
Ariana Grande, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Muni Long