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Elliott recorded three full-length songs with Monica that dramatically altered the course of the album and prompted J Records to replace former executive producer Jermaine Dupri with her.[6] Additional reording sessions were set up with producers BAM & Ryan, Jasper DaFatso, and Jazze Pha,[6] with rappers DMX, Dirtbag, Busta Rhymes and Mia X, and singers Tweet and Tyrese joining.[12] Labelmate Mýa was originally set to lend her voice to a track, but was eventually replaced by Faith Evans; the untitled song did not, however, make the final track listing.[12] Although the album was still planned to be titled All Eyez on Me until its completion, the singer decided to change the album title to a more personal one after years of private tribulations: "I wanted this to be more of my testimony," Monica told Jet Magazine in 2003.[13] "I feel blessed to still be here after a lot of things that I've been through. I wanted to share certain things with people. Not so much as what I've been through, but how I made it through. That's what the album reflects [...] It's really the reason I titled my album After the Storm."[14] In 2016, she further commented: "Everything about After the Storm was about my life after the hardship. This album came when I felt whole enough to make a record again."[15]




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Vanessa Jones from Entertainment Weekly also called the non-Elliott-produced material mediocre, noting that "super producer Missy Elliott tarts things up with a trio of streetwise party anthems. Otherwise, in between are bland ballads and derivative midtempo tunes that often fail to match the creative heights of Monica's lush, church-trained voice. Only on a four-track bonus CD do vocals and music achieve equal footing as the singer moves beyond hackneyed beats to explore gospel, hip-hop, and quiet-storm grooves."[31] Natalie Nichols of the Los Angeles Times also complimented Elliott's input on the album. She added that "great R&B moments have come from singers who dwell on tragedy as intensely as on overcoming. Clearly, the title After the Storm implies moving on rather than wallowing, but the album too often feels generic, despite the personal sentiments Monica lets out [...] So maybe she should've dwelt a little more, at that."[1]


I love all the R&B that came out around then but looking at the videos of Xscape (in baggy men's suits) and TLC (in baggy men's jeans) and Aaliyah (in baggy hockey jerseys) there was a lot of costuming and posturing going on that I was just not cool enough to pull off. Looking back on it now, it actually makes all of them look much younger, though the goal at the time was too look super grown up. In her video, Monica was fully owning the turtlenecks and pixie cut but more than that, she was just singing about basic teenagery angst which just sounded like grown ass music because of her voice. The album's title only confirmed it for me. Miss Thang. Monica made music for every girl who has ever been slapped in the mouth by their mama for being "too grown." More often than not, I got that slap not for the actual text of what I said but for the tone/delivery. That's what stood out to me about Monica. She made puppy love quarrels sound like grown folks BI."


I love all the R&B that came out around then but looking at the videos of Xscape (in baggy men's suits) and TLC (in baggy men's jeans) and Aaliyah (in baggy hockey jerseys) there was a lot of costuming and posturing going on that I was just not cool enough to pull off. Looking back on it now, it actually makes all of them look much younger, though the goal at the time was too look super grown up. In her video, Monica was fully owning the turtlenecks and pixie cut but more than that, she was just singing about basic teenagery angst which just sounded like grown ass music because of her voice. The album's title only confirmed it for me. Miss Thang. Monica made music for every girl who has ever been slapped in the mouth by their mama for being \"too grown.\" More often than not, I got that slap not for the actual text of what I said but for the tone/delivery. That's what stood out to me about Monica. She made puppy love quarrels sound like grown folks BI.\"


It was crucial, she learned, to actually work with the community from the beginning rather than doing all the research behind the scenes and then dropping a report full of government mumbo-jumbo declaring the city doomed. 350c69d7ab


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