Studio album by Hi-Five
Dance pop, soul, R&B, New Jack Swing
Teddy Riley & Bernard Belle (tracks 1 & 3), Eric Foster White (tracks 2, 5 & 8), Dave Way (track 3), Alvin Moody (track 4) Vincent Bell (tracks 4 & 10), Carl Bourelly (tracks 6, 7, & 9), Jean-Paul Bourelly (track 6), Kevin Johnson (track 7), Frankie Smith (track 10) & William Walton (track 10)
is the Hi-Five eponymous debut disc by the R&B vocal group Hi-Five. It was released in 1990, and peaked at number 38 on the albums chart. Driven by the hit Billboard 200 singles "I Just Can't Handle It" (R&B #10), " I Like the Way (The Kissing Game)" (#1 R&B/Pop), " I Can't Wait Another Minute" (R&B #1, Pop #8) and "Just Another Girlfriend" (R&B #41), the album received an RIAA platinum certification.
The song, "Too Young", also appeared on the
soundtrack to the 1991 John Singleton film It is the first recorded appearance of Boyz N the Hood. Mobb Deep rapper Prodigy, which he revealed in his book My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep's Prodigy. [1 ]
Track listing [2 ] [ edit ]
"I Just Can't Handle It"
Bernard Bell, Teddy Riley
[3 ] 4:32
"Just Another Girlfriend"
Eric Foster White
I Like the Way (The Kissing Game)" Riley, Bell,
Dave Way Riley, Bell, Way
I Can't Wait Another Minute" White
Carl & Jean-Paul Bourelly, Roz Davis
Carl & Jean-Paul Bourelly
Carl Bourelly, Kevin Johnson
C. Bourelly, Kevin Johnson
"The Way You Said Goodbye"
Bourelly, Bourelly, Davis
"I Know Love"
Watson, Frankie Smith
"Just Another Girlfriend (Remix)"
Hi-Five [ edit ]
Tony Thompson, Roderick Clark, Marcus Sanders, Toriano Easley, Russell Neal: Lead, Harmony & Backing Vocals
Vocal support [ edit ]
Bernard Bell, Tim Cashion, Roiz Davis, Gordon Dukes, LaGaylia Frazier, Frederick Gordon,
Dave Hollister, John James, Alvin Moody, Teddy Riley, Sean LaBreeze
Musical personnel [ edit ]
Carl Bourelly, William Walton: Keyboards, Drum Programming
Jean-Paul Bourelly: Guitars, Keyboards
Fritz Cadet, Josh Grau, Frankie Smith: Guitars
Vincent Henry: Harmonica, Saxophone
Kevin Johnson: Keyboards, Drums, Percussion
Sean Richards: Drum Programming
Eric Foster White: Keyboards, Drum Programming, Trombone
References [ edit ]