Monica‘s Code Red album hits stores today. While making promo rounds in support of the LP this week, she paid a visit to The Wendy Williams Show, where she performed one of her old hit single, “Don’t Take It Personal (Just One Of Dem Days),” and her Code Red single, “Just Right For Me.” Gorgeous in all white, Monica belted out the two songs on the “Wendy” stage.
Monica‘s giving fans another sample of her upcoming Code Red album, with a tender ballad entitled “I Know.” The Grammy award-winning singer is looking beyond her past heartache and pain, and learning to trust in her man’s love. “Slowly, I’m believing what I’m seeing,” she sings. “Suddenly, I’m trusting what I’m feeling.” Monica is currently on the road with her Code Red Experience tour in support of her album – which is due Dec. 18th. Listen to the heartfelt track inside.
Monica has unveiled the tracklisting and cover art to her forthcoming album, Code Red – via The Boombox. She rocks a bob, and keeps it cute and casual in a tank, jeans, and open toe heels in the black and white artwork, that features a red M placed over her.
Along with the cover and tracklisting, Monica premieres the title track for the LP, which features her daughter Laiyah and Missy Elliott.
Monica has been busy readying the release of her Code Red album, as well revving up for its accompanying tour –Code Red Experience -that she announced last month. The “Just Right for Me” songstress is now letting fans know when the LP will hit stores.
“Happy Sunday…. “CodeRED DECEMBER 18th 2015″” she wrote on Facebook. She also gave fans another sample of what to expect from her music, with a preview of a new song (hear it below).
As she gears up for her seventh studio album, Code Red, Monica switches up her look with new a new cut, and color. The Grammy-award winning singer opted for red tresses to coincide with the vibe of her upcoming LP.
“The cut symbolizes me getting back to the fearlessness and courageous part of myself that I shared with the world in the ’90s when I released my first album ‘Miss Thang,’” Monica told PEOPLE. “It’s easy to over-think things and not trust your natural instincts. I let go and let the music be created in my truth.”