Faith Evans Something About Faith
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- Released: October 5, 2010
- Originally Released: 2010
- Label: Imports
Billboard (p.36) - "Snoop Dogg joins Evans on 'Way You Move,' a playful song about the initial attraction between two people on the dancefloor..."
Mojo (Publisher) - p.1043 stars out of 5 -- "Evans' lush, honey-toned delivery is an aural delight throughout..."
- 1.Something About Faith (Intro)
- 2.I Still
- 3.Way You Move [Album Extended Version]
- 4.Real Things
- 5.Worth It
- 6.Gone Already
- 7.Party - (featuring Red Man / Redman)
- 8.Right Here
- 9.Your Lover
- 10.Can't Stay Away
- 12.Everyday Struggle
- 13.The Love in Me
- 15.Troubled World - (featuring Kelly Price)
- 16.Baby Lay
Recording information: Big H Studio, Baltimore, MD; Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; DML Recording Studios, East Orange, NJ; Hampton Studios, NJ; Homeskool Studio, New York, NY; Instrument Zoo, Miami, FL; Jasic Studio, Van Nuys, CA; KayTwo Studios, East Orange, NJ; Mad City Studios, CA; Serenity Sound, Hollywood, CA; SLS Studios, North Hollywood, CA; Studio 4, Conshahoken, PA; The Circle Studios, Hatboro, PA; The Hit Studio, Derwood, MD; The Ranch Studios, New York, NY; Triad Studio, Venice, CA; Wyeth Studios Marlton, NJ.
Photographer: Derek Blanks.
The First Lady was one of Faith Evans' strongest albums, not just creatively but commercially. It topped Billboard's R&B Albums chart, came within one spot of topping the Billboard 200, and won Evans a Soul Train award for best female R&B/soul album. It was her lone release for Capitol, and this, her fifth proper studio album, is her first for the independent E One label. Several past collaborators, including Chucky Thompson, Brad Todd, and Carvin & Ivan, are on-board, as are Mike City and Salaam Remi. The standouts include the disco throwback "Party," the Toni Braxton-worthy breakup ballad (albeit with heavier bottom) "Gone Already," and the midtempo boogie track "Sunshine" (which carries a subtle, smooth groove touch resembling that of Michael Wycoff's "Looking Up to You"). ~ Andy Kellman
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