Victoria Monet gets rapper Bia on the remix and in the video to her single, "Freak." The visual sees Monet and Bia unleashing some steamy choreography in a colorful room as they sing/rap about being sexually open to anything. “Do you want a freak? / Is that what you need? / Do you want a freak? / ‘Cause that’s what [Read More]
Victoria Monét celebrated her birthday (May 1) by releasing a new music video for "Freak," a sexually-charged record about what she would do for her Beau. In the Jaquel Knight-directed video, Monét dances tantalizingly in a tunnel-like setting, breaking her raw lyrics to life as she proclaims, "Do you want a freak? Cause that's what Imma be." Monet tells Billboard about the [Read More]
Victoria Monet recently capture our attention with a sensual video for the song, "Ready," and now she ups the ante by releasing the new EP, 'Life After Love, Pt. 1.' The 9-song set, which includes intro and interlude tracks, hovers around the highs and lows of love and relationships, while highlighting Victoria's penmanship and vocally prowess. About the project, she wrote [Read More]
Ariana Grande Brings Out Pharrell, Victoria Monet, The Black Eyed Peas & More For ‘One Love’ Benefit Concert
Sending a message of love in the face of hate, the concert took place at the Emirates Old Trafford and was a star-studded fundraising concert that raised $13 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
"Ready" marks a turning point of the album, the place where the tracks shift from dealing with the break-up, to Monét rejoining the world and finding herself.
Following the tragic Orlando shooting last weekend, songstress Victoria Monet yearns for "Better Days" with the release of this soothing groove. She sings of danger that seems to be surrounding our everyday lives, but sees a bright future despite the combat.
Last we heard from Victoria Monet was back in February with her slow jam “Trust” now she’s back with a cover of Belly/The Weeknd’s 2015 collab “Might Not.” On the short, 2-minute cover, Monet leaves the overall format of the song the same, but adds lyrics of her own to satisfy her own lifestyle.
Following her single “Good Life,” R&B singer/songwriter Victoria Monet releases the slow-burner, “Trust.” On the song, Victoria tries to gain the trust of a past fling, promising to be all he needs.
We kick off this snowy Sunday in New York with soothing vocals from Victoria Monét in the form of "Good Life (Yea Yea Yea)."
Sacramento artist Victoria MonÃ©t revisits her 2014 Nightmares & Lullabies: Act I to being forth the visual for âBackyard,â a dark, trendy clip about those on the fringes of society.