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Music Video: Anything (To Find You) [feat. Rick Ross]

Artisit: Monica

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:41

  • Copyright: Monica

Music Video For Anything (To Find You) [feat. Rick Ross] By Artist Monica

Reviews For Anything (To Find You) [feat. Rick Ross] By Artist Monica

  • Monica

    By Miss305
    Monica hands down is the best female r&b singer!
  • Luv

    By Poppa Shmurf
    the dancers in this video are soooo on point. they remind of the fly girls in NYC circa late 80s early 90s.
  • Monica number 1 fan

    By UntouchaBLUAce
    I love monica!! She is my idol!!! fav singer of R&B she is back!
  • I love it!!!

    By SoundGirl0508
    Oh Gosh! I have loved me some Monica for years! I really love this feel good song and BOSS was the perfect addition. I'm also super duper happy my girl Missy is on the track. Mang, #KUDOS to you all!
  • Love this video!

    By Purchase1982
    She can do no wrong and she is very under appreciated!!
  • Fabulous

    By lalabubble21
    Finally!! Real R & B is back.
  • New Monica #missyvoice

    By TheTruth86
    New Monica!!!! This my joint
  • Superb!

    By Larrisha M
    I love this song and it's my new anthem for now!

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