Singer Monica arrives at her New York City hotel.
Brandy Norwood at ABC Studios in New York City for an appearance on ‘Good Morning America’ to promote her new album, “2 Eleven”
When Brandy and Monica stopped by Big Morning Buzz Live, the interview paused for a moment so they could discuss how much they love Chrissy, Jim, and Olivia on Love And Hip Hop.
Fourteen years after topping the charts with their Grammy-winning hit “The Boy Is Mine,” Brandy and Monica are back and better than ever in the Chris Robinson-directed video for “It All Belongs to Me,” dedicated to the late Whitney Houston.
Brandy and Monica were just teenagers when they released their Grammy-winning hit “The Boy Is Mine.” Fourteen years later, the ladies are back, looking more glamorous and beautiful than ever in the behind-the-scenes teaser for “It All Belongs to Me,” their Rico Love-produced collaboration.
Whitney Houston’s loved ones gathered to say farewell to the legendary singer they called “Nippy” at a private funeral in her hometown of Newark, New Jersey, on Saturday. Her fans across the world were able to view the homegoing service, which was broadcast globally from the New Hope Baptist Church, where Whitney grew up.
Brandy and Monica shared a personal bond with Whitney Houston. Just days before her death, the singers spent time with their friend at rehearsals for Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party.
The mood at Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party turned from celebratory to somber after Whitney Houston’s tragic passing.
Brandy and Monica’s fans will get to hear the divas’ new duet sooner than expected. Their first collaboration in 14 years will be released next month.
Monica stirs up powerful emotions with the storyline-driven video for “Until It’s Gone,” the lead single from her upcoming album New Life, now due December 13.