Tap With the Bubblegummy Charisma of Monica Music Video Songs At Urban-Nation
Acclaimed for her fantastic vocal chords, Monica Denise Brown was born on 24 October 1980 in Oak Park, Atlanta, Georgia. Her zeal for music has been thriving since she was just a kid. Most of her albums from 14-year-olds were jam-packed with bubble-gummy singles and were all about successfully grabbing huge male attention, an idea and style of tiny interest for those over the age of 18. Monica debuted with “Miss Thang” in the year 1995 which set a standard for teenager singers, displaying her affluent vocals and universal issues easily establish her airplay on both the hip-hop and adult modern system radio stations.
Monica is one of the best and real-deal R&B singers in the music industry today and can possibly sing the phone-book acapella but still manage to sound sweet. Her mature vocal style can be accredited to her church choir sprucing. After 2 continuous years of weekly singing activities at different churches, she replied to a mentor’s urging to take part in the local talent shows.
One such talent show planned by a West-Coast female rapper “Yo Yo” and local DJ gave her massive exposure. Her Whitney Houston’s performance “The Greatest Love of All” awed an A&R individual in the audience and they later introduced her to Dallas Austin who had worked with Boyz II Men, Maddona and TLC. Her singles “Don’t Take It Personal” and “Before You Walk out Of My Life” evidently left cuteness and sentimental records from teen girl singers in the dirt. Monica received the best R&B female artist award by the Lady of Soul Awards. Her sensational single “For You I Will,” in 1996 became 5 million-spinning Space Jam soundtrack and earned her a huge acclaim.
After a tiny break, she returned with a loud bang with her single “The Boy Is Mine” and ranked as No. 1 alliance with Brandy and quickly pulled off the platinum status. Her third single “After the Storm” released in June 2003 also featuring guest appearances by Tyrese and DMX. A significantly acclaimed work featuring alliance with Jazze Pha, Kanye West and Jermaine Dupri, the record charged moderately well and managed to acquire the top position on The Billboard 200 Chart for a week and also generated two top 10 Hot R&B and Hip-Hop Singles and hits namely “U Should’ve Known Better” and “So Gone”. Monica patiently waited for about a year before releasing her fourth official album “The Makings of Me” on 3 October 2006. With the release of her latest studio album on April 10, 2012, Monica has certainly become even more vocally emotive. Music lovers can watch and listen to all the latest Monica music videos at Urban-Nation.Com.
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