‘Commitment’ hitmaker Monica has shown just that to political causes impacting her home state of Georgia over recent months.
Beyond using her GRAMMY-winning voice and platform to encourage big voter turnouts in the federal election, Mo was one of many big music names tapped to help raise awareness about the Peach State’s January 5 Senate runoff via the Stacey Abrams-built ‘Rock the Runoff’ virtual concert last month (click here to read more on that).
As it relates to the latter topic, the 40-year-old diva headlined the all-star ‘Celebrate Georgia’ concert Sunday (January 3) as a final push to get Georgians to the polls.
Sponsored by former First Lady Michelle Obama‘s When We All Vote organization, look inside to see how Monica led a performance roster that also included Rick Ross, DJ Drama, Jack Harlow, Pastor Troy, and more.
0:01 – ‘Don’t Take It Personal’
1:20 – ‘Anything to Find You’
3:04 – ‘Everytime the Beat Drop’
4:53 – ‘Before You Walk Out My Life’
8:00 – ‘Trenches’
9:15 – ‘So Gone’
The performance comes just weeks before the singer is set to drop her new album, ‘Trenches.’ Click here to read about its tentative January 2021 arrival.