The Monotone singer, Monica, was born in London in 1958.

She has now appeared in several British TV programmes, including The Late Late Show, and has won awards for her voice.

Her new album The Mono Singer is her third studio album, which is due to be released on March 6.

The album contains hits including ‘The Monotones Anthem’ and ‘Love You, Monotony’.

She has also performed on stage in Edinburgh and Manchester.

The singer has also appeared in the UK national anthem.

“It’s a big relief to be able to sing the national anthem in front of my countrymen and to be in front-line action on the frontline of an invasion of invaders,” she told The Times.

Monica’s sister, Sarah, told the BBC: “I think that’s the best thing about being an immigrant.

You’ve never had this opportunity before and it’s very exciting.”

The Monots are a group of singers, dancers and songwriters who started out performing in the 1970s.

They also created the popular dance song, ‘The Tones’, and have performed in more than 20 countries around the world.

The group is now headed by the famous singer’s father, the former British rock musician Peter Monotonic.

They are based in the northern British city of Leeds.

Monica sings in a monotone voice.

“We don’t need a monochrome voice, we need a different voice,” she said.

“I like to sing in a different way, in a very different way.

It’s a way of singing and writing in a way that I think will help to convey something about the time and place in which I was born.”

The monotones are an ethnic group in the United Kingdom, but the term originated in New Zealand, Australia and the United States.

It is used by British-born people of East African, African-American, Indian and Caribbean descent.

The Monos sing in different languages, with English being the dominant language in their repertoire.

“If you go and sing on the radio or TV, you are going to be judged on what you sing and what you say, and what your accent is,” said Monica.

You can learn to sing any language and have fun with it.”