BLAST FROM THE PAST: Monifah, Lil' Mo And Tweet Perform At Gay Pride In NYC
The legalization of gay marriage wasn't the only thing New Yorkers celebrated during this past weekend. Real R&B lovers also welcomed the return of Lil' Mo, Monifah and Tweet, who showed some love at the KAOS Party during the gay pride festivities. See the pics inside....
During the pride festivities in NYC over the weekend, Lil' Mo, Tweet and Monifah gave R&B fans a taste of late 90s soul as they hit the stage at Irving Plaza for the annual KAOS party.
Monifah hit the stage in a black spandex outfit and got the crowd hype with her tracks "I Miss You (Come Back Home)" and "Touch It."
She's currently working on her fourth studio album MidNite, which she said is due later this year.
Lil' Mo hit the stage with ""Superwoman" and "4 Ever."
Nowadays, the singer is a radio personality in Baltimore and recently performed in "The Color Purple" musical in Washington, D.C.
Frequent Missy collaborator Tweet hit the stage and took the crowd back with "Opps (Oh My)" and "Boogie Tonight."
The Atlanta native says her next album will drop in September. I miss her!
Watch highlights of the dance group Vogue Evolution, Monifah and Tweet here:
Watch Lil' Mo perform "Superwoman" here:
Hitmaking producer David Guetta has released a new video called "Where Them Girls At" featuring Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj. Check it out above.
Photos via Ricky Day