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Monica reveals tracklisting for New Life

 Check out the tracklisting and production credits for her upcoming albums New Life. Monica's new project will be out April 10.  Check it out after the jump.



New Life Tracklisting

1. “New Life (Intro)” (feat. Mary J. Blige)
Written by Cainon Lamb, Anthony Randolph, Raymond Gordon, Monica Brown
Produced by Lamb for Lambo Music Group, Inc.

2. “It All Belongs to Me” (feat. Brandy)
Written by Rico Love, Earl Hood, Eric Goudy II
Produced by Rico Love, Earl & E for Division1

3. “Daddy’s Good Girl”
Written by Rico Love, Earl Hood, Eric Goudy II, Daniel Morris
Produced by Rico Love, Earl & E for Division1 & Mr. Morris for Rebel Rock

4. “Man Who Has Everything”
Written by Rico Love, Earl Hood, Eric Goudy II, Pierre Medor
Produced by Rico Love, Earl, E & Pierre Medor for Division1

5. “Big Mistake”
Written by Cainon Lamb, Anthony Randolph
Produced by Lamb for Lambo Music Group, Inc.

6. “Take a Chance” (feat. Wale)
Written by Rico Love, Earl Hood, Eric Goudy II, Olubowale Akintimehin
Produced by Rico Love, Earl & E for Division1

7. “Without You”
Written by Jamal Jones, India Boodram, Jazmyn Michel, Kesia Hollins
Produced by Polow Da Don for Zone 4, Inc.

8. “Until It’s Gone”
Written by Missy Elliott, Cainon Lamb, Jazmine Sullivan, Anthony Randolph, Thomas Bell, Linda Epstein, Scott Sterling, Lawrence Parker
Produced by Missy Elliott for Mass Confusion Productions, Inc.
Co-Produced by Lamb for Lambo Music Group, Inc.

9. “Amazing”
Written by Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox, Crystal Johnson
Produced by Jermaine Dupri for So So Def Productions, Inc. & Bryan-Michael Cox for Team Idris, LLC

10. “Cry”
Written by Salaam Remi, Jazmine Sullivan
Produced by SALAAMREMI.COM

11. “Time to Move On”
Written by D. Smith
Produced by D. Smith

12. “New Life (Outro)”
Written by Cainon Lamb, Anthony Randolph, Raymond Gordon, Monica Brown
Produced by Lamb for Lambo Music Group, Inc.




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