In House With Brandy: 'Two Eleven' Creator on Catty Women, Another Chris Brown Collab & Marriage
"We know that females are catty. We get jealous of each other very fast," Brandy said during her In House visit with The BoomBox. She's speaking on her most recent duet with Monica, "It All Belongs to Me." The song's theme is reminiscent of the original Brandy-Monica collaboration, 1998's "The Boy Is Mine." Of course, while we're on the subject of catty women, we have to bring up the fact that Brandy is starring in the new Tyler Perry movie, "The Marriage Counselor," with her ex-friend Kim Kardashian. The relationship turned sour around the time the entertainer's brother Ray J started dating the reality TV star but today, Brandy has nothing but positive words to say about her.
The film isn't the only project the 33-year-old singer-actress has in the works. Brandy's sixth studio album, Two Eleven, featuring collaborations with Frank Ocean, Ester Dean, Rico Love and Bangladesh, drops later this year. And if you like her current single, the Chris Brown-assisted "Put It Down," stay tuned for another C-Breezy collaboration. She even reveals the song's title.
Brandy dished on the new album and movie and opened up about raising a daughter, settling down with her man and how losing her idol and friend Whitney Houston has given her life a renewed sense of purpose. Read the Q&A and click through our exclusive photo shoot with the songstress below!
Before you and Monica joined forces and released "The Boy Is Mine" in 1998, the media had created this fictional rivalry between you two. Why do you think that is?
Well I think this whole entire