Personal Conversation

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Personal Conversation
Studio album by Case
Released April 20, 1999 (USA)
Recorded 1997–1999
Genre R&B
Length 49:57
Label Def Jam
Producer Fats, Joe, Christopher "Deep" Henderson, Anthony Dent, JoJo Brim & Kevin "Big Kev" McDaniels, Nathan Morris, Kowan Paul & Milton Thornton, Walter "Mucho" Scott, Kenny "Smoove" Konegay, Sprague "Doogie" Williams, Edward "Eddie F." Ferrell
Case chronology
Case
(1996)
Personal Conversation
(1999)
Open Letter
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link

Personal Conversation is the second studio album by R&B singer Case. It was released on April 20, 1999. It features the hit single "Happily Ever After". The album has been certified gold by the RIAA.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Personal Conversation" (Intro) — 1:15
  2. "Happily Ever After" — 4:36
  3. "Think of You" — 3:30
  4. "Faded Pictures" (featuring Joe) — 3:49 (also featured on the Rush Hour soundtrack)
  5. "Tell Me" — 4:41
  6. "If" — 4:20
  7. "Can't Force Love" (Interlude) — 0:39
  8. "Caught You" — 4:39
  9. "He Don't Love You" — 4:40
  10. "Another Minute" — 4:35
  11. "Where Did Our Love Go" — 4:23
  12. "Faded Pictures" (Soul Central Version) (featuring Joe) — 3:59
  13. "Scandalous" (featuring Cam'ron) — 3:39
  14. "Having My Baby" — 2:20

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