Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta may have brought the drama earlier this week, but today (Aug. 13) the reality show is centered on a positive note of celebration because Kalenna Harper turns 33 years old.

Harper has long played a supporting talent during her decade in the music business. Her songwriting resume ranges from penning tracks for Christina Millian to the legend Aretha Franklin. She finally got her chance in the spotlight when Diddy teamed up with her and former Danity Kane member Dawn Richard to form Dirty - Dirty Money. The group was a short-lived success: Last Train to Paris underperformed, but featured the hits "Coming Home" and "Hello Good Morning" received consistent play.

Diddy was still Diddy after the group disbanded in 2012, and Richard became a medieval R&B raconteur with her subsequent solo releases. Harper hasn't quite found her footing yet, though. She's still working on her solo debut and her 2012 mixtape, Chamber of Diaries, received little fanfare. However, she has remained in the spotlight thanks to her recurring role on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

Watch Kalenna Harper's "Go to Work" Video

See 20 Rappers & Singers Who Disappeared From the Spotlight