Albums
R&B Divas
R&B Divas
2012 Prolific Music Group, Inc., E1

Faith Evans

R&B Divas is the seventh studio album by American R&B singer Faith Evans, which was released on her own imprint, Prolific Music Group on October 2, 2012 in the United States. Distributed through E1 Music, the album marks Evans' second independent release, and accomplished a major feat when it debuted at #1 on iTunes R&B Soul Albums chart.

The album features the single, "Lovin' Me", which also serves as the theme song for Faith Evans' hit show "R&B Divas". "R&B Divas" premiered August 20th, 2012 on TV One, quickly becoming the most watch original premiere in the TV One's history with 900,000+ viewers.

A portion of the proceeds from "R&B Divas" will be donated to the Whitney E. Houston Academy of Creative and Performing Arts.

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Something About Faith
Something About Faith
2010 Prolific Music Group, Inc., E1

Faith Evans

Something About Faith is the sixth studio album by American R&B singer Faith Evans, which was released on her own imprint, Prolific Music Group on October 5, 2010 in the United States. Distributed through E1 Music, the album marks Evans' first independent release, and accomplished a major feat when it debuted at #1 on Billboard's Independent Album Chart, staying there for 2 consecutive weeks.

The album features the Grammy-nominated single, "Gone Already", and includes production by Salaam Remi, Chucky Thompson, Carvin & Ivan, Malik Pendleton and Mike City.

Certainly her most feature-heavy album to date, Something About Faith features an elite lineup of female vocal powerhouses that include Kelly Price, Lil’ Mo, Keyshia Cole and Jessica Reedy (BET's Sunday Best), International superstar Estelle as well as Hip-Hop luminaries Raekwon and fellow Newark native, Redman.

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01 Something About Faith Intro

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02 I Still

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03 Way You Move (album Extended Vers

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04 Real Things

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05 Worth It

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06 Gone Already

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07 Party

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08 Right Here

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09 Your Lover

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10 Can't Stay Away

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11 Sunshine

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12 Everyday Struggle

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13 The Love In Me

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14 Change

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15 Troubled World

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16 Baby Lay

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A Faithful Christmas
A Faithful Christmas
2005 Capital

Faith Evans

A Faithful Christmas is the fifth studio album and holiday staple by American R&B singer Faith Evans, released October 25, 2005 on Capitol Records. The album features a collection of traditional holiday songs, including "Merry Christmas Baby", "White Christmas", "O Come All Ye' Faithful" and "Santa Baby" where Faith delivers soaring soulful melodies and exceptional vocal arrangements.

The album also contains original future holiday classics, some of which were co-written with her daughter, Chyna Griffin.

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01 Happy Holiday

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02 The Day That Love Began

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03 Soulful Christmas

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04 Santa Baby

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05 Merry Christmas Baby

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06 Mistletoe And Holly

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07 Christmas Wish

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08 Christmas Song

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09 This Christmas

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10 White Christmas

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11 O Come All Ye Faithful

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The First Lady
The First Lady
2005 Capital

Faith Evans

The First Lady is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Faith Evans. Released on Capitol Records in April of 2005, it marked Evans' debut on the EMI subsidiary, (following her departure from Bad Boy Records in 2003). The First Lady features production from The Neptunes, Chucky Thompson, Mario Winans and Philly-based duo Carvin & Ivan.

The Gold-selling album debuted at #2 on the U.S. Billboard 200 with an opening week sales of 157,000 units, giving Evans her highest-selling debut and best ever first-week sales. The First Lady featured the Top 40 smash "Again" and the #1 Hot Dance Club Play hit, "Mesmerized" and was nominated for Best Female R&B/Soul Album at the 20th Soul Train Music Awards.

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01 Goin' Out

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02 Again

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03 I Don't Need It

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04 Stop N Go

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05 Mesmerized

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06 Tru Love

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07 Jealous

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08 Everwonder

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09 Catching Feelings

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10 Get Over You

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11 Until You Came

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12 Lucky Day

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13 Hope

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Faithfully
Faithfully
2001 Bad Boy

Faith Evans

Faithfully is the third studio album by American singer Faith Evans, released on Bad Boy Records in November of 2001. The Grammy-nominated, Platinum-selling album was critically-acclaimed, and featured production by Sean Combs, The Neptunes, Michael Angelo Saulsberry, and Mario Winans.

Praised by fans and critics alike as Faith's most eclectic and musically diverse project (released to date), Faithfully spawned multiple hit singles including the ladies anthem, "You Gets No Love", the R&B crossover hit single "I Love You", and the summer club banger, "Burnin' Up" featuring Missy Elliott, Diddy & Freeway. This would be Faith's last album recorded on Bad Boy Records before her departure from the label in 2003.

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01 Intro

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02 Alone In This World

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03 You Gets No Love

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04 Burnin' Up

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05 I Love You

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06 Everything - Interlude

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07 Back to Love

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08 Faithful - Interlude

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09 Do Your Time

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10 Don't Cry

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11 Faithfully

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12 Brand New Man

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13 Ghetto - Interlude

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14 Where We Stand

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15 Heaven Only Knows

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16 Love Can't Hide

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17 Can't Believe

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18 Love Song - Interlude

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Keep The Faith
Keep The Faith
1997 Bad Boy

Faith Evans

Keep the Faith is the second studio album by American singer Faith Evans, released on Bad Boy Records in October of 1997. The Platinum-selling album was Evans' return to music following the untimely death of her husband and Hip Hop Icon, the late-great Notorious B.I.G. The album featured the undeniable first single "Love Like This", which was arguably the best uptempo R&B song released that year. Using a sample of Chic's "Cheer", Faith's soprano vocals soaring over the track coupled with her signature harmonious arrangements made for the perfect club banger.

The follow up track "All Night Long" featuring label head and impresario, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, also burned up the charts and received mass cross over success. The third and final single "Never Gonna Let You Go", was an unlikely hit that amazingly bounded 40 chart positions from number 57 to number 17 on the strength of a CD single release. It also became Faith's first SOLO number 1 R&B single.

With lush production by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and Faith's soothing soprano, it became a staple at weddings. The most interesting thing about this album is not Evans' personal trials but that despite them, her voice is still as sweet as the caramel kisses she sings about.

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01 Faith (Intro)

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02 Love Like This

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03 All Night Long

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04 Sunny Days

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05 Tears Away (Interlude)

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06 My First Love

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07 Anything You Need

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08 No Way

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09 Life Will Pass You By

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10 Keep The Faith

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11 Special Place (Interlude)

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12 Never Gonna Let You Go

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13 Stay (Interlude)

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14 Carmel Kisses

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15 Lately I

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Faith
Faith
1995 Bad Boy

Faith Evans

Faith is the debut album by American R&B singer Faith Evans, released on Bad Boy Records in August of 1995. The Platinum-selling album was dubbed an R&B classic and praised by critics and fans alike. Faith featured production by The Hitmen members Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs and Chucky Thompson, as well as Herb Middleton, and Jean-Claude Olivier. Spawning the Gold-selling hits "You Used to Love Me" and "Soon As I Get Home", Faith also contains a cover of the Rose Royce's single "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" featuring Queen of Hip Hop/Soul, Mary J. Blige.

Hailed as the First Lady of Sean Combs' Bad Boy Entertainment, Evans is blessed with a voice that elevates her above much of her cookie-cutter, hip hop soul peers. It'd be easy to dismiss her debut as a collection of flash-in-the-pan, trendy r&b, but the album is far better--and deeper--than you think. From start to finish, the album soars as a timeless album of street-savvy soul, and remains surprisingly consistent.

With a voice that Puffy says is reminiscent of rain, it's no wonder it can sound as lilting as a summer shower or as electric as a thunderstorm. Faith's instrument potential seems boundless....more Whitney than Mary, more classic than nouveau, Faith is the album poised to place Evans at the top of the mountain of young soul divas.

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01 Faith (Interlude)

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02 No Other Love

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03 Fallin' In Love

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04 Ain't Nobody

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05 You Are My Joy (Interlude)

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06 Love Don't Live Here Anymore

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07 Come Over

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08 Soon As I Get Home

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09 All This Love

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10 Thank You Lord (Interlude)

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11 You Used To Love Me

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12 Give It To Me

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13 You Don't Understand

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14 Don't Be Afraid

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15 Reasons

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