Victoria Monét's Jaguar II Tour made a memorable stop in Charlotte, North Carolina, leaving a lasting impression on countless fans in attendance. The venue was jam-packed with fans, creating an electric atmosphere where personal space became a luxury.
SOHH Goes To The Jaguar II Tour
On September 18, Victoria Monét’s Jaguar II Tour stopped in Charlotte, NC, and it was a night that won’t be forgotten. The anticipation in the crowd was palpable as they awaited the arrival of the sultry-voiced “On My Mama” singer.
But before Monét took the stage, another rising star captivated the audience. Alex Vaughn, a singer/songwriter from PG County, Maryland, mesmerized the crowd with her unique vocal style. Vaughn performed songs from her latest project, The Hurtbook, showcasing her undeniable talent and setting the stage for the main event.
Once Victoria Monet finally stepped onto the stage, she did not disappoint. Adorned in jungle-inspired attire, the “Smoke” singer delivered a setlist that included songs from her latest album, Jaguar II and tracks from her debut album and sophomore EP, Nightmares & Lullabies Act 1.
Victoria Monét Is A Star
Monét effortlessly showcased her skills as both a singer and a dancer, even treating the crowd to her viral “Some Cut” dance challenge. The “Life After Love” singer made sure to cater to all her fans, performing hits from various stages of her career, including “On My Mama,” “New Love,” “Stop (Askin’ Me 4 Shyt),” “Freak,” and “Cadillac (A Pimp’s Anthem).”
The success of Monet’s Jaguar Tour is a testament to the resurgence of R&B in the music industry. With her soulful voice and captivating stage presence, Monet proved that the genre is alive and thriving.
Her ability to connect with her audience deeply and personally was evident throughout the night, leaving fans in awe of her talent and hungry for more.
Put Some Respect On Monét
In more Victoria Monét news, the “Smoke” singer achieved her first solo No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts. Her song, “On My Mama,” which has taken the world by storm due to its nostalgic sampling and unique choreography and visuals, has catapulted the singer/songwriter to a new level of superstardom after reaching number one on the charts.
Despite the success and talent of Victoria Monét, many fans believe she should be further along in her career.
There were even questions on social media as to why Monét could not perform at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards. It was later revealed that the singer was told it was “too early in her story” to grace the VMA stage, leaving fans disappointed.
However, Monét has been honing her craft for nearly a decade, writing and creating music that has earned her a dedicated following.
Keke Palmer’s Big Boss Tour
In other tour news, Keke Palmer’s Big Boss Tour kicked off on September 10, marking a new chapter in the actress’s career as she focuses on her music. The tour will stop in eight major cities before concluding in Chicago, IL, on September 26th.