Greatest Hits Volume Two is Reba McEntire's second compilation album for MCA Records. The album debuted at #3 on the Country Albums chart for the week of October 16, 1993, and it peaked at #1 for the week of January 22, 1994. It stayed in the Top 10 for 12 weeks and came off the charts at #47 for the week of January 11, 1997.
On the Billboard 200 the album debuted at #7 for the week of October 30, 1993, and moved up to its #5 peak in December with increased sales of over 183,000 during Christmas week. This would remain her best selling week sales until 14 years later when Reba: Duets opened at 300,000 sales. It was taken off the charts at #184 for the week of January 6, 1996.
Greatest Hits Volume Two went on to become the best-selling album of McEntire's career, being certified five times platinum by the RIAA.
Two new songs were recorded for this compilation, both were released as singles. "Does He Love You", a duet that McEntire recorded with her background singer Linda Davis, was the first single and turned out to be a smash. It easily hit #1 on the country charts. The song also earned them a Grammy award for Best Country Vocal Collaboration as well as the CMA Award for "Vocal Event of the Year". CMT recently ranked the song at No. 9 on their list of 100 Greatest Duets. "Does He Love You" is the first of three duets featuring Reba and Linda Davis.