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In the visuals, the soul-singing songstresses, who joined forces in the '90s for their chart-topping, Grammy-winning hit 'The Boy Is Mine,' showcase the relationships they have with two undeserving men. The ladies drop dime on their guys, from flashy watches and Macbook Pros to tailored outfits and pricey Porsches, but reclaim it all when it's time to say goodbye to their no-good significant others.
As the R&B duo hit high notes on the Rico Love-produced track, they also serve up some fancy fashion in glittering gowns and sleek menswear-inspired wares. Before the video concludes, an touching message flashes on the screen: "In loving memory of Whitney Houston."
Monica gave some details on the song, which she says is far removed from 'The Boy Is Mine.'
"At this point, this is where you're taking your power back and we gon' come together," she told Atlanta's V103 radio station. "This is totally different than that era and I hope it speaks to all the people who are making diss tracks and going hard on each other. Come together and watch the numbers move."
'It All Belongs to Me' will appear on Monica's seventh LP, 'New Life,' due April 10, and Brandy's 'Two Eleven' album, to be released in June.