Body Kiss is the 29th studio album by The Isley Brothers on the DreamWorks label. Almost solely written, arranged, composed and produced by longtime collaborator R. Kelly, the album yielded the R&B hits "What Would You Do?" (which was also a Top 50 pop hit) and "Busted" (a duet with Kim Johnson of the sister group JS, who often backs up the Isleys on record and on tour) and made history again for the Isleys when it became the first album since the band's 1975 album The Heat Is On to hit number one on the album charts. It also became the first Isley Brothers album to debut at number-one and has since been certified gold by the RIAA. Other hits were the radio-ready "Prize Possession".