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Monifah on Brunch In The Basement With JaVonne

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Monifah Carter is an amazing entertainer and human being. In 1996, her debut album, Moods...Moments was released. In 1997, she contributed the Heavy D. produced "I Still Love You" to the soundtrack of the film, Sprung. Monifah's second album was Mo'hogany. Released in the last quarter of 1998, it featured "Touch It". The track peaked at #29 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1999.[2] Monifah's third album Home, released in 2000 contained "I Can Tell", "Brown Eyes" and "Fairytales." In 2003, she played a supporting role in Michael Baisden's Men Cry In the Dark stage play. In August 2012, Monifah and R&B singers Syleena Johnson, Faith Evans, KeKe Wyatt, LaTocha Scott, Angie Stone, and Nicci Gilbert appeared in a reality show for TV One called R&B Divas. It was later retitled R&B Divas: Atlanta and Monifah has appeared on the subsequent second and third seasons. In 2012, she appeared on Faith Evans' compilation album "R&B Divas" on the single "Lovin' Me" in addition to her solo track "She's Me." The album was later nominated for a Grammy. She released a new single "The Other Side" which premiered in June 2014. She made history when she married her wife Terez on national television and for that she will always be a hero in the LGBT community. I love her, we love her

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