Monica fans are being doubly treated this week. While Monday saw the diva visit 106&Park to premiere the visual for her Rick Ross-assisted single ‘Anything (To Find You)’, now Mrs. Brown has unveiled ‘Until It’s Gone’. Released moments ago via her official website, the piano driven ballad sees the singer sampling the late soul songstress Phyllis Hyman‘s ‘I Don’t Wanna Lose You’.
Is Mo headed for a hit? You decide after the jump:
The song, as stated by the diva herself, is simply a leak to whet appetites and is not guaranteed to lead ‘New Life’ (due November 29th). Even so, this song showcases the Monica fans have grown to know and love – sass, simplicity, and heartfelt vocal delivery. If this song was to lead the album, it would be Mo sticking to her tried-and-true formula, as ‘So Gone’ and ‘Everything To Me’ both (slow to mid-tempo jams) ushered in two of her most successful albums to date.
Is Mo gearing up for a repeat of those same successes?