Faith Evans Faith Album
Faith is the debut album by American R&B singer Faith Evans, released by Bad Boy Records on August 29, 1995 in the United States. Featuring main production by The Hitmen members Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs and Chucky Thompson, as well as Mark Ledford, Herb Middleton, and Jean-Claude Olivier, among others.
The album, which spawned the gold-certified hits "You Used to Love Me" and "Soon As I Get Home", was certified Platinum by the RIAA in March 1996. Faith contains a cover of the Rose Royce's single "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" featuring Mary J. Blige. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|Release information about the album|
Release Date: 08/29/1995
Tracks in Faith: Faith (Interlude), No Other Love, Fallin' In Love, Ain't Nobody, You Are My Joy (Interlude), Love Don't Live Here Anymore, Come Over, Soon As I Get Home, All This Love, Thank You Lord (Interlude), You Used To Love, Give It To Me, You Don't Understand, Don't Be Afraid, Reasons
Faith Album Tracklist:
- Faith (Interlude) Lyrics
- No Other Love Lyrics
- Fallin' In Love Lyrics
- Ain't Nobody Lyrics
- You Are My Joy (Interlude) Lyrics
- Love Don't Live Here Anymore Lyrics
- Come Over Lyrics
- Soon As I Get Home Lyrics
- All This Love Lyrics
- Thank You Lord (Interlude) Lyrics
- You Used To Love Lyrics
- Give It To Me Lyrics
- You Don't Understand Lyrics
- Don't Be Afraid Lyrics
- Reasons Lyrics
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