Monica Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth, Husband, Children, New Album

Monica Biography

Monica (Monica Denise Brown) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and entrepreneur. Born and raised in College Park, Georgia, she began performing as a child and became part of a traveling gospel choir at a young age of ten. she released a series of successful albums, including the global bestseller The Boy Is Mine (1998) as well as the number-one albums After the Storm (2003), The Makings of Me (2006) and Still Standing (2010).

Monica Age

She is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and entrepreneur. Born on 24 October 1980 and raised in College Park, Georgia, she began performing as a child and became part of a traveling gospel choir at the age of ten. She is 38 years old as of 2018.

Monica  Net Worth

She an American singer, songwriter, producer, and actress has released her debut studio album, “Miss Thang”, at age 13. The album yielded two chart-topping singles, and has since released six studio albums and had six #1 hits. she happens to love her careers. She has an estimated net worth of $15 million dollars.


Monica Husband

She is married to Shannon Brown who is an American professional basketball player. He attended Proviso East High School in Maywood, Illinois, was named Illinois Mr. Basketball in 2003, and played college basketball for Michigan State University. He was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the 25th overall pick in the 2006 NBA draft.

Monica Children

She is a singer who has 3 children, Romelo Montez Hill, Laiyah Shannon Brown, Rodney Ramone Hill III. She has a bond with her son that cannot easily break. Her daughter Laiyah has definitely learned how to slay from her mother, Her oldest son is also certainly so handsome for her words, and this clearly shows that her children are showered with nothing but love.

Monica Early Life

Monica was born in College Park, Georgia on October 24, 1980. She is the only daughter of Marilyn Best, a Delta Air Lines customer service representative and former church singer, of African American descent, and M.C. “Billy” Arnold Jr, who is of African American, and Irish ancestry, and was a mechanic working for an Atlanta freight company. She has a younger brother, Montez (born in 1983),
At the age of 2, Monica followed in the footsteps of her mother with regular performances at the Jones Hill Chapel United Methodist Church in Marilyn’s home town of Newnan, Georgia. As she grew up in the humble conditions of a single-parent home after the separation of her parents in 1984 and divorce in 1987, Monica continued to train herself in singing and became a frequent contestant for talent shows, winning ovv.

Monica Career

In 1991, at the age of eleven, Monica was found at the Center Stage auditorium in Atlanta by music producer Dallas Austin performing “Greatest Love of All” by Whitney Houston in 1986. Surprised by her voice, Dallas provided her a record deal with his label Rowdy Records, distributed by Arista Records, and consulted the rapper Queen Latifah as the first manager of Monica.
Following a change of label to Clive Davis ‘ Arista Records, Monica’s mainstream success was boosted when Diane Warren’s “For You I Will” from the Space Jam soundtrack (1996) became her next top ten pop hit. In the following year, she was asked to work with singer Brandy and producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins to record “The Boy Is Mine,” the first single from both of her second albums. Released in May 1998, surrounding highly publicized rumors about a real-life catfight between both singers, the duet became both the biggest hit of the summer and the biggest hit of 1998 in general in America, spending thirteen weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
It won the pair a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal “and won multi-platinum revenues (to date it remains one of the top twenty most popular American songs in history based on Billboard chart success). Jermaine Dupri, David Foster, and Austin consulted on the album The Boy Is Mine published later that year and ultimately became Monica’s bi-chart success.

Monica All Eyez on Me and After the Storm

In 2000, Monica made her film debut in the third drama from MTV Films, Love Song, as Camille Livingston, a young woman torn between the life her parents have planned for her and the world she experiences after meeting a musician from the wrong side of the tracks. The film debut the song “What My Heart Says” with the promotion of her third album All Eyez on Me (2002). The film was released on April 30,
In 2000, for “I’ve Got to Have It,” a partnership with Jermaine Dupri and rapper Nas, Monica contributed chorus vocals. Released as the House theme song of the Big Momma, the song was only slightly successful in the United States. She released the Ric Wake production track “Just Another Girl,” recorded as a single for the soundtrack from Down to Earth, the following year. Monica channeled a lot of things a year later
Following the Japan-wide release of All Eyez on Me, Monica was invited to significantly reconstruct the record with a host of fresh manufacturers, and as a consequence she re-entered recording studios to begin working with singers Kanye West, Jazze Pha, Andre “mrDEYO” Deyo, Bam & Ryan and Dupri – replacing executive producer Missy Elliott. Released in June 2003, After the Storm debuted at number one.

Monica The Makings of Me, Still Standing, and reality television

Monica published her forthcoming studio album The Makings of Me by the end of 2006. Titled after the recording “The Makings of You” by Curtis Mayfield, it saw her especially reuniting with producers Elliott, Dupri, and Bryan Michael Cox, all of whom had previously contributed to After the Storm. The album received a positive reception from most professional music critics, with AllMusic calling it a positive reception.
In August 2008, Monica appeared in the Peachtree TV reality show special Monica: The Single that tracked the recording of the song “Still Standing” for her self-titled sixth studio album. The following year, she gave her voice to the ballad “Trust,” a duet with Keyshia Cole that peaked in the top five on the Billboard Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Songs chart and joined the cast of Rockmond Dunbar’s drama film Pastor Brown.
Still Standing, produced by Stargate, Ne-Yo and Polow da Don, was published in March 2010 and received a usually favorable reaction from critics who viewed its sound as “a return to the mid-1990s heyday” of modern R&B[34 ] The album debuted atop on Billboard’s Top R&B / Hip-Hop album chart and became number two on the Billboard 200 with 184,000 opening week sales.

Monica New Life and Code Red

Monica joined NBC’s reality talent show The Voice’s debut season in 2011 as an advisor to musician coach Cee Lo Green. Her seventh studio album, New Life, was published in April 2012. It marked her first release with RCA after J Records disbanded in October 2011. Reception for the album was usually mixed to the average; AllMusic complimented the “saucy, sp” of the album.
In October 2013, Monica appeared on the soundtrack of Malcolm D. Lee’s Christmas comedy-drama The Best Man Holiday with her Jermaine Dupri-produced version of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” Her eighth studio album Code Red was released in December 2015. Upon release, the album generally received mixed reviews from most music critics and made its debut on the US Billy at number 27.

Monica Hinted at Infidelity in Her Marriage to Shannon in Latest IG Post

Singer Monica Brown apparently raised a few eyebrows with a recent social media share. Since the announcement of her filing for divorce from former NBA journeyman Shannon Brown a few months ago, social media sought answers as to why the couple decided to call it quits in the first place. Well, after months of prodding, it seems folks may have gotten their answer.
The “Commitment” singer took to Instagram Wednesday with some thoughts about her upcoming album, “Chapter 38,” that may possibly shine a light on her and Shannon’s marital woes. In her post, she spoke on significant others blaming their partner’s mistress or lover as the reason their relationship crumbled.
“I have lots of feelings & beliefs that I often keep to myself. I Decided to share them on my album Chapter 38,” Monica wrote along with a photo of herself sitting on the back of a golf cart. “I hate to hear women/men say that whomever their spouse cheated with is the reason you all are apart! In truth, it was the choice of your spouse that cheated that’s at fault.
Monica reportedly filed for divorce from Shannon in early March after nearly nine years of marriage. She attempted to keep the court record sealed, but the public caught wind of it a few weeks later. It’s unclear as to what caused their split and neither has commented on it.

Monica Opens Up To Toya Wright About Her ‘Rough’ Divorce From NBA Player Shannon Brown

During a recent episode of T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle, Toya Wright was summoned to Monica’s hotel room for a reason she didn’t initially know. When she arrived, she found out the struggles the R&B singer is going through since beginning her divorce.
Previously, Monica remained quiet about her split with former NBA player Shannon Brown. The couple was married for eight years and share five-year-old Laiyah, which has made it all the more difficult for the Atlanta native. “It’s been some rough weeks,” she said in a VH1 clip from an upcoming episode. “Things in my personal life have been changing, and it has not been easy … I’ve been keeping everything to myself, and I feel overwhelmed.”
Monica and Shannon began divorce proceedings back in March. She wants to move on quickly because she doesn’t believe in being “stuck.” “I’m everybody’s go-to, and I think that makes people think I’m pretending to be perfect,” she said. “In actuality, I just don’t believe in pausing. Because if you pause, you get stuck.”

Monica Files for Divorce from Shannon Brown After 8 Years of Marriage

R&B star Monica filed for divorce from her husband, former Los Angeles Laker Shannon Brown, in Atlanta in early March, A rep for Monica did not immediately respond to request for comment, while a rep for Brown could not be reached
The Grammy winner, 38, secretly married the athlete, 33, in a private L.A. wedding ceremony in November 2010, and the pair kept their matrimony under wraps for months before confirming the news in January 2011. Monica (born Monica Denise Arnold) and Brown later tied the knot again, in front of family and famous friends, at a second ceremony and reception in July 2011.
Monica and Brown share a 5-year-old daughter, Laiyah Shannon. Monica also has two sons, 13-year-old Rodney (aka “Rocko”) and Romelo, 11, from a past engagement; Brown has another son, Christopher, from a previous relationship. In March 2018, Monica opened up about her blended family and how she and Brown coparent.

Monica Height

Body measurements


172.7 cm (5 ft 8 in)


60 kg (132 lb)

Shoe size

10 US

Monica New Album

  • Dirty Dancing 2
  • Ntate Tshepo Yaka
  • Code Red
  • The Best Man Holiday
  • New life
  • Hustle Hard
  • Still Standing
  • The Makings of Me
  • After the Storm
  • All Eyes on Me
  • Down to Earth
  • Big Momma’s House
  • R and B Party
  • The Boy Is Mine
  • Miss Thang
  • Poetic Justice
  • 90s

Monica Events

  • Sun, 19 May
  • Lowell, MA, United States
  • Fri, 21 Jun
  • Cleveland, OH, United State
  • Sat, 22 Jun
  • Sterling Heights, MI, United States

Monica Songs

  • So Gone
  • Why I Love You So Much
  • Angel Of Mine
  • For You, I Will
  • Before You Walk out of My Life
  • Don’t Take It Personal
  • U Should’ve Known Better
  • Love All Over Me
  • The Boy Is Mine
  • Everything to Me
  • Commitment
  • First Night
  • All Eyes on Me
  • Like This and Like That
  • Hell No
  • Why Her?
  • Street Symphony
  • Sideline Ho
  • Still Standing
  • A Dozen Roses
  • Knock Knock
  • Every time Tha Beat Drop
  • Ain’t Nobody
  • Just Another Girl
  • It All Belongs To Me
  • One in a Lifetime
  • Inside
  • Gone Be Fine
  • Anything
  • Here I Am
  • What My Heart Says
  • Until It’s Gone

Monica Awards and nominations

  • 1996    New York Undercover
  • 1996    Living Single
  • 1997—1999    Beverly Hills, 90210
  • 1999     All That
  • 2000    Boys and Girls
  • 2000     Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak
  • 2000    Love Song
  • 2001    Felicity
  • 2003    American Dreams
  • 2003    American Juniors
  • 2005    Daas
  • 2006    ATL
  • 2009    Pastor Brown
  • 2009     Monica: Still Standing
  • 2010    Kourtney & Kim Take Miami
  • 2011    Khloé & Lamar
  • 2011    The Voice
  • 2016     Almost Christmas
  • 2017     Star

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