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Jose Mitchell
Jose Mitchell

Faith Evans Rar 1995

Newly contracted to Bad Boy Records in 1995, Evans was consulted by executive producer Sean Combs to contribute backing vocals and writing skills to Mary J. Blige's My Life (1994) and Usher's self-titled debut album (1994) prior to starting work on her debut record album Faith.[1] Released on August 29, 1995, in North America, the album was a collaboration with Bad Boy's main producers The Hitmen, including Chucky Thompson and Combs, but it also resulted in recordings with Poke & Tone and Herb Middleton. Faith became a success based on the singles "You Used to Love Me" and "Soon as I Get Home". The album was certified platinum with 1.5 million copies sold, according to RIAA.[2] After The Notorious B.I.G.'s murder during March 1997, Combs helped Evans produce her tribute song named "I'll Be Missing You", based on the melody of The Police's 1983 single "Every Breath You Take". The song, which featured Combs, Evans, and all-male group 112, became a worldwide number-one success and debuted on top of the Billboard Hot 100 during 1997, scoring that for eleven weeks. The next year, Evans was featured on "Heartbreak Hotel", a collaboration with singers Whitney Houston and Kelly Price, that scored number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[3]

Faith Evans Rar 1995

The track was re-recorded without Prince's involvement between 1993 and 1995, and produced by David Gamson (for inclusion on Chaka Khan's planned tenth album Dare You To Love Me, which was postponed and finally canceled). The song was not available on any of Chaka Khan's own studio albums.


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