The boy might be hers, but Monica’s agreed to share a tour with the one and only Ashanti. Monica has been making music since the ’90s (and she’s only gotten better with time), and she’s had success with reality television, including on The Voice, where she served as Cee Lo Green’s mentor. Ashanti has been working since she was a kid. Dancing professionally, acting in Disney’s 1989 film Polly, and getting discovered by P. Diddy’s Bad Boy Records when she was 16, it’s clear that she’s never taken a break. She’s come a long way since the days of “Foolish,” and she recently appeared with Ja Rule on The Hamilton Mixtape, but this show with Monica is sure to delight ’90s Top 40 R&B fans.