Rhythm and Blues fans, rejoice!
Nineties R&B princesses Monica Arnold and Brandy Norwood have re-teamed for another chart-topping collaboration.
Their new duet, “It All Belongs to Me,” will impact radio starting Feb. 6.
“It All Belongs to Me” was written and produced by super-producer Rico Love, who has worked with everyone from Usher to Nelly.
The song will appear on Monica’s New Life album, scheduled for release from RCA Records March 6.
Brandy recently signed with RCA as part of a venture with Chameleon Records. The track will also be featured on her still-untitled upcoming album, being eyed for a May release.
It’s been 14 years since Monica and Brandy joined forces for their number one hit “The Boy is Mine. ” The duet was the top-selling song of 1998 and earned the then-teen singers a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group.
Monica, the recent bride of Los Angeles Lakers hoopster Shannon Brown, has enjoyed continued success as an R&B artist over the years. Her last album, Still Standing, spawned the number one ballad “Everything to Me.”
Meanwhile Brandy, the single mother of one, has ventured into the world of reality television. She won acclaim as a contestant on Season 11 of Dancing with the Stars. The former Moesha star also appeared alongside her parents, Sonja and Willie Norwood, and her playboy brother, Ray J, on the VH1 reality series Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business.
Brandy currently stars in the BET dramedy The Game. She’ll soon be seen on the big screen in Tyler Perry’s The Marriage Counselor, featuring her brother’s former sex tape co-star Kim Kardashian.