Bonafide (Jon B. album)
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|Studio album by Jon B.|
|Released||May 23, 1995|
The TracKen Place
Los Angeles, California
The Music Grinder
|Label||Yab Yum, 550 Music, Epic|
|Producer||Jon B., Babyface|
|Jon B. chronology|
Bonafide is the first album by Jon B.. It includes the Grammy-nominated single "Someone to Love" featuring Babyface, as well as the singles "Pretty Girl" and "Isn't It Scary". The album was certified gold and platinum.
All songs written by Jonathan Buck, except as noted.
- "Simple Melody" (featuring Bootsy Collins) (Jonathan Buck, William Collins)
- "Love Is Candi"
- "Mystery 4 Two"
- "Someone to Love" (featuring Babyface) (Kenneth Edmonds)
- "Time After Time"
- "Pretty Girl" (Kenneth Edmonds)
- "Pants Off"
- "Isn't It Scary"
- "Burning 4 You"
- "Gone Before Light"
- "Love Don't Do"
- Jon B. - lead and backing vocals, drums, drum programming, piano, keyboards, bass
- Babyface - backing vocals, drum programming, keyboards, guitar
- Deon Estus: bass
- Reggie Hamilton - guitar
- Musiic K. Galloway - backing vocals
- Deborah Buck, Donald Buck, Kevin Buck - strings
- Randy Walker - MIDI programming
- Tracey Edmonds, Michael McQuarn - executive producer
- Brad Gilderman, Marty Ogden, Ricky Delena - recording engineer
- Dave Way, Tom Russo, Jon Gass, Mick Guzauski - mixing
- Herb Powers, Jr. - mastering
- George Holz - photography