Here’s a little positivity! Soul singers Brandy and Monica have reportedly ended longtime feud and hitting the road for their first official collab tour in 20 years.

Live Nation Urban just announced dates for its “Femme It Forward” tour and surprisingly, Brandy and Monica are slated to perform three dates together in Los Angeles, Dallas, and Concord, CA. See below:






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Introducing Femme It Forward! A series of multi-format, multi-market events throughout the year that celebrates the depth, power and talent of women in music and entertainment. #FemmeItForward #LiveNationUrban


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Brandy and Monica have had a much-documented feud for over two decades, dating back to their hit 1998 collaboration “The Boy is Mine.”

It’s believed the beef was sparked when Monica became upset Brandy performed the song solo on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Monica retaliated by titling her 2nd album The Boy is Mine and releasing the song as the album’s lead single.

Via Gossip On This:

The R&B rivals did momentarily reunite as adults in 2012 to record another duet, “It All Belongs to Me.” However, the mea culpa was short-lived, as the two fell out over promotion for the single and their planned joint tour was canceled.

And to make it clear why Brandy is in her feelings, during her set at Essence Festival last year, she changed the lyrics of The Boy is Mine to “the song is mine.” Petty….. 

Brandy however gave Monica a positive shout out earlier this year.






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#BlackHistory #PowerfulWomen #TheBoyIsMine #BrandyAndMonica 👑 👑 #Darkchild @monicabrown @rodneyjerkins @fredjerkins @bigshiz #Legacy


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She shared a still from “The Boy is Mine” video with Monica during Black History Month and captioned it: “#Powerful Women.”

The 90s R&B queens will perform alongside artists such as Ashanti, Mya, Keri Hilson, and Lil Mo.

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