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Friday August 13th- Atlanta residents are preparing for the biggest show of the summer. It’s day 5 of the The Passion Pain and Pleasure Tour and the next stop is The Historic Fox Theater. Traffic is thick and excitement is in the atmosphere. Inside the “Opera House” where more than 4,600 hundred people eager to indulge in this sold out event. The theater quickly reached its capacity and became saturated with gorgeous women, courting couples, celebrities, and R&B junkies.

The show began with So So Def recording artist Dondria, who recently started her singing career on a YouTube channel. Now, the neo vocalist is on a nationwide tour with music professionals Trey Songz and Monica. Dondria sang to the audience with hunger and purity. Her popular single “Your The One” captivated the audience and brought the attendees to their feet.

The mood matured as the second set of the show approached. Monica, Atalanta’s own, was glamorous and bedazzled with diamonds and elegantly attired. Monica was overflowing with joy to be performing in her hometown.

The songstress satisfied fans with her romantic melodies and classic tracks that created a nostalgic impression. Monica began with “Still Standing” and continued with songs that pioneered her career like “Why I Love You So Much” and “You Should Have Known Better.” As the show progressed, Monica illustrated to her fans how an infamous entertainer influenced her to initialize her own pursuit in the music industry. Monica described Whitney Houston as an inspiration and performed a soulful version of “I Have Nothing.” Monica’s performance was pure excellence!

To find out what happens after Trey Songz takes the stage click here.


Remember the Passion Pain and Pleasure Tour hits Cincinnati at the Aronoff, September 2, 2010. Keep listening to win your tickets on 101.1 the Wiz. Get on Musical Quest…


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