Despite cranking out four hits from her latest album, Monica doesn't think that she's working the record as well as she could."I haven't had the chance to promote this record the way that I wanted to," said the singer, who saw the first two singles from her "The Boy Is Mine" album (the title track and "The First Night") go to number one. The album's third single, "Angel Of Mine," didn't do too shabby either, and the fourth single, "Street Symphony," is gaining momentum at radio. Despite this impressive track record, Monica is still hoping to rectify her perceived exposure problem with a turn on this summer's "All That" Music & More Festival. "We started off doing different things, but there weren't a lot of tours out at the summer point and that's a really popular time to have a good show on the road," she told the MTV Radio Network. "So I was real excited
about going out with 98 [Degrees] and Tatyana [Ali]" [RealAudio].In addition to the "All That" tour (which kicks off on June 17 in Indianapolis), Monica will also be playing select dates on the third and final run of Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair.