Faith Evans discography

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Faith Evans discography
FaithEvansApr05.jpg
Evans performing in April 2005.
Studio albums 6
Compilation albums 1
Singles 34
Soundtrack albums 18

This is a comprehensive listing of official releases by Faith Evans, an American R&B, hip hop and soul singer. As of January 2009, she has released four regular studio albums, one holiday album, and thirty-four singles on Bad Boy Entertainment and Capitol Records.

Newly contracted to Bad Boy Records in 1995, Evans was consulted by executive producer Sean Combs to contribute backing vocals and writing skills to Mary J. Blige's My Life (1994) and Usher's self-titled debut album (1994) prior to starting work on her debut record album Faith.[1] Released on August 29, 1995 in North America, the album was a collaboration with Bad Boy's main producers The Hitmen, including Chucky Thompson and Combs, but it also resulted in recordings with Poke & Tone and Herb Middleton. Faith became a success based on the singles "You Used to Love Me" and "Soon as I Get Home". The album was certified platinum with 1.5 million copies sold, according to RIAA.[2] After The Notorious B.I.G.'s murder during March 1997, Combs helped Evans produce her tribute song named "I'll Be Missing You", based on the melody of The Police's 1983 single "Every Breath You Take". The song, which featured Combs, Evans, and all-male group 112, became a worldwide number-one success and debuted on top of the Billboard Hot 100 during 1997, scoring that for eleven weeks. The next year, Evans was featured on "Heartbreak Hotel", a collaboration with singers Whitney Houston and Kelly Price, that scored number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[3]

Two years in the making, Evans' second solo effort, Keep the Faith, was released during October 1998. Almost entirely written and produced by her, Evans considered the album difficult to complete as she had initially felt discouraged about the progress at first.[4] Upon its release, however, the album garnered generally positive reviews by music critics, with Allmusic noting it "without a doubt a highlight of 1990s soul-pop music".[5] Also enjoying commercial success, it eventually went platinum and produced the top ten singles "Love Like This" and "All Night Long" prompting Evans to start an 18-city theater tour with Dru Hill and Total the following year.[4]

Evans' third album on the Bad Boy imprint, named Faithfully (2001), involved her working with a wider range of producers, including The Neptunes, Mario Winans, Buckwild, Vada Nobles, Cory Rooney, and others.[6] Her first project with husband Todd Russaw as executive producer and creative partner, the album scored number 14 on the Billboard 200 album chart and number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, eventually being certified platinum, but yielded moderately successful singles, with the Jennifer Lopez-written "I Love You" becoming the only top twenty entry.[7] Released amid Bad Boy Records' transition from distributor Arista Records to Universal, Evans felt Faithfully received minimum assistance by the company, and during 2004, she finally decided to end her business with Bad Boy as she was convinced Combs couldn't improve her career any more due to his other commitments.[8]

After ending with Bad Boy Evans contracted with Capitol Records company, becoming the first contemporary R&B artist to do so, and started work on her fourth studio album The First Lady, named after her nickname on her former label.[8] As opposed to having an in-house team of producers who supplied most of the previous material, she and Russaw were able to gain more creative control of the album and consulted producers such as Bryan-Michael Cox, Jermaine Dupri, Mike Caren, Pharrell Williams, and Chucky Thompson to contribute to it.[9] Upon its release in April 2005, The First Lady scored at number two on the Billboard 200 and #1 of the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, becoming Evans' best-charting album to date. It was eventually certified gold by the RIAA.[10] At the end of the year, Evans released A Faithful Christmas, a holiday album of traditional Christmas songs and original tracks. The effort would become her last release on Capitol Records as the company was bought during 2007.[11]

Following a longer hiatus, Evans signed a deal with E1 Entertainment in 2010. Her fifth studio album Something About Faith was released on October 5, 2010 in the United States.[12] In the US, the album debuted and peaked at number fifteen on the Billboard 200, number four on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number one on the Independent Albums chart, failing however to chart outside the US - making it Evans' only album since her debut Faith to chart in the US only.[13] Something About Faith has spawned the single and music video "Gone Already"; which spent over thirty-three weeks on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, where it peaked at number twenty-two.[14]

A prominent feature, Evans has contributed guest vocals to more than sixty collaborations on other artists' albums. Her 1997 tribute single featuring Puff Daddy and 112, entitled "I'll Be Missing You," became her biggest-selling hit to date and won her a Grammy Award in 1998.[15]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales threshold)
US US R&B UK SWI
Faith 22 2
Keep the Faith
  • Second studio album
  • Release date: October 27, 1998
  • Label: Bad Boy Records
6 3 69
Faithfully
  • Third studio album
  • Release date: November 6, 2001
  • Label: Bad Boy Records
14 2 193
The First Lady 2 1 22 89
Something About Faith
  • Fifth studio album
  • Release date: October 5, 2010
  • Label: E1/Prolific Imprint
15 4
  • US: 77,000
Incomparable
  • Sixth studio album
  • Release date: November 24, 2014
  • Label: Prolific Music, BMG Chrysalis
27
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Holiday albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart position
US US R&B UK SWI
A Faithful Christmas
  • First holiday album
  • Release date: October 25, 2005
  • Label: Capitol Records
70

Compilation albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart position
US US R&B UK SWI
R&B Divas
  • Compilation album
  • Release date: October 2, 2012
  • Label: Prolific Music/E1
46 6

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Albums
US US R&B US
D/C
UK NZ AUS NL
1995 "You Used to Love Me" 24 4 42 Faith
"Soon as I Get Home" 21 3
1996 "Ain't Nobody" 67 14
"Kissing You" Waiting to Exhale soundtrack
"Come Over" 109 56 Faith
1997 "I'll Be Missing You"
(with Puff Daddy featuring 112)
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
  • RIAA: 3x Platinum[18]
No Way Out
1998 "Love Like This" 7 2 24 33 79 Keep the Faith
1999 "All Night Long"
(featuring Puff Daddy)
9 3 4 23 29 78
"Never Gonna Let You Go" 17 1
"Lately I" 78
2001 "Can't Believe"
(featuring Carl Thomas)
56 14 Faithfully
"You Gets No Love" 38 8
2002 "I Love You" 14 2
"Burnin' Up"
(featuring Missy Elliott)
60 19 30 31
"Alone in This World" 73
2005 "Again" 47 7 12 49 The First Lady
"Mesmerized" 111 56 1 48 41 12
2006 "Tru Love" 27
2010 "Way You Move"
(featuring Snoop Dogg)
Something About Faith
"Gone Already" 119 26
2012 "Lovin' Me" (R&B Divas Theme)
(featuring Nicci Gilbert, Monifah, Syleena Johnson & Keke Wyatt)
R&B Divas
"Tears of Joy" 79
"Dumb"[20]
2014 "I Deserve It"
(featuring Missy Elliott & Sharaya J)
19 Incomparable
2015 "Make Love"
(featuring KeKe Wyatt)
48

As featured performer[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Albums
US US
R&B
US
D/C
UK
1995 "One More Chance"
(The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Faith Evans)
2 1 1 34 Ready to Die
1996 "How Can We Stop"
(Horace Brown featuring Faith Evans)
77 Horace Brown
"Stressed Out"
(A Tribe Called Quest featuring Faith Evans & Consequence)
108 56 3 Beats, Rhymes and Life
"You Could Be My Boo"
(The Almighty RSO featuring Faith Evans)
104 49 Doomsday: Forever RSO
1998 "Heartbreak Hotel"
(Whitney Houston featuring F. Evans & Kelly Price)
2 1 1 25 My Love Is Your Love
"How's It Goin' Down"
(DMX featuring F. Evans)
70 19 It's Dark and Hell Is Hot
1999 "Georgy Porgy"
(Eric Benet featuring F. Evans)
16 15 6 A Day in the Life
2000 "Love Is Blind"
(Eve featuring F. Evans)
34 11 Let There Be Eve…Ruff Ryders' First Lady
2001 "Roll with Me"
(Diddy featuring 8 Ball & MJG & F. Evans)
The Saga Continues
2002 "Ma, I Don't Love Her"
(Clipse featuring F. Evans)
86 40 38 Lord Willin'
"Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet)"
(Mos Def featuring F. Evans)
95 Brown Sugar soundtrack
"Relax Your Mind"
(Boyz II Men featuring F. Evans)
52 Full Circle
"I Miss You"
(DMX featuring F. Evans)
86 37 The Great Depression
"I Thought I Told You That"
(Anastasia featuring F. Evans)
Freak of Nature
"Someday"
(Scarface featuring F. Evans)
60 The Fix
2005 Hope"
(Twista featuring F. Evans)
31 24 25 Coach Carter soundtrack
2006 "Everything is Alright"
(Red Cafe featuring F. Evans)
non-album release
2007 "Got 2 Be Down"
(Robin Thicke featuring F. Evans)
60 The Evolution of Robin Thicke
2009 "Letter to B.I.G."
(Jadakiss featuring F. Evans)
125 The Last Kiss
"Can't Last a Day"
(Teena Marie featuring F. Evans)
41 Congo Square
2010 "Hood Pride"
(Capone-N-Noreaga featuring F. Evans)
The War Report 2: Report the War
"Lay with You"
(El DeBarge featuring F. Evans)
20 Second Chance
2011 "Believe It"
(Fonzworth Bentley featuring F. Evans)
C.O.L.O.U.R.S.
"Crazy (Baby)"
(Rahsaan Patterson featuring F. Evans)
97 Bleuphoria
"Stay (Remix)"
(Tyrese featuring F. Evans & Rick Ross)
Open Invitation
2013 "Rejoice with Me!"
(Bobby Jones featuring F. Evans)
Rejoice with Me!
2014 "I Feel Good, I Look Good, I’m God Good"
(Full Force featuring F. Evans with Sheila E & The God Good Choir & Children)
Full Force: With Love From Our Friends

Promotional singles[edit]

Year Title Album
2005 "Do My Thang"[21] The First Lady
2012
"Christmas Without You"[22]
(Eric Benét featuring Faith Evans)
non-album release

Guest appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"One More Chance"[23] 1994 Notorious B.I.G., Mary J. Blige Ready to Die
"How Can We Stop"[24] 1996 Horace Brown Horace Brown
"On My Mind"[25] Color Me Badd Now & Forever
"You Could Be My Boo"[25] Almighty RSO Doomsday: Forever RSO
"Stressed Out"[26] A Tribe Called Quest, Consequence Beats, Rhymes and Life
"I Can't Believe"[27] 112 112
"Christmas Lullabye"[28] Faith Evans 12 Soulful Nights of Christmas
"Nothing Without You"[29] Karen Clark Sheard Finally Karen
"All the Times"[30] 1997 LSG, Missy Elliott, Coko Levert.Sweat.Gill
"Every Nation"[31] Red Hot R+B All Stars Diana, Princess of Wales: Tribute
"I'll Be Missing You"[32] Puff Daddy, 112 No Way Out
"For Awhile"[33] 1998 112 Room 112
"If You Leave Me"[34] Aaron Hall Inside of You
"Is It Real?"[35] Jeff Blake NFL Jams
"We're All in This Together"[35] Various Artists
"Heartbreak Hotel"[36] 1999 Whitney Houston, Kelly Price My Love Is Your Love
"Georgy Porgy"[37] Eric Benét A Day in the Life
"Right Back Where I Started"[38] Faith Evans In the Meantime: The Music That Tells the Story
"Love Is Blind"[39] Eve Let There Be Eve…Ruff Ryders' First Lady
"Good Life" 2000 Funkmaster Flex The Mix Tape, Vol. 4: 60 Minutes of Funk
"Easier"[40] Kandi Burruss Hey Kandi...
"Crown"[41] Natalie Wilson & The S.O.P. Chorale Girl Director
"2 B Real 2000 (Keep It Real)"[42] DJ Hurricane, Lost Boyz Don't Sleep
"I Thought I Told You"[43] 2001 Anastacia Freak of Nature
"Miss You"[44] DMX The Great Depression
"Everyday"[45] G-Dep Child of the Ghetto
"Overjoyed"[46] Jon B. Pleasures U Like
"What's Going On (Neptunes Mix)" Artists Against AIDS Worldwide
"A Dream"[47] 2002 Jay-Z, Notorious B.I.G. The Blueprint 2: The Gift & the Curse
"Someday"[48] Scarface The Fix
"Ma, I Don't Love Her"[49] Clipse Lord Willin'
"You Gets No Love" (Remix) G-Dep We Invented The Remix Vol. 1
"Relax Your Mind"[50] Boyz II Men Full Circle
"Hurting Woman"[51] 2003 Shirley Caesar Shirley Caesar and Friends
"Sister"[52] Kelly Price Priceless
"Don't Cross the Line"[53] Freeway Philadelphia Freeway
"We Know"[54] 2004 Talib Kweli The Beautiful Struggle
"Say a Prayer"[55] Donald Lawrence I Speak Life
"Wake Up Everybody" Various Artists Wake Up Everybody
"Don't Need Your Love"[56] 2005 The Game The Documentary
"Southern Comfort"[57] Shooter Jennings, Jessi Colter, CeCe White Put the "O" Back in Country
"Living the Life"[58] 2006 Notorious B.I.G, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg Duets: The Final Chapter
"1970 Somethin'"[58] Notorious B.I.G, The Game
"Got 2 Be Down"[59] Robin Thicke The Evolution of Robin Thicke
"Gonna Get It"[60] Boney James Shine
"Endow Me"[61] Coko, Fantasia, Lil' Mo Grateful
"O Holy Night"[62] 2008 Nat King Cole The Nat King Cole Holiday Collection
"So Gone"[63] Slim Love's Crazy
"So Fly" (Remix)[64] Slim, Big Boi
"Letter to B.I.G."[65] 2009 Jadakiss The Last Kiss
"Can't Last a Day"[66] Teena Marie Congo Square
"Love's Doors"[67] DJ Komori The Exclusives - R&B Hits Vol.3
"Clap"[68] 2010 Saigon The Greatest Story Never Told
"Don't U Know Me By Now"[69] Brian Culbertson XII
"Hood Pride"[70] Capone-N-Noreaga The War Report 2: Report the War
"Lay with You"[71] El DeBarge Second Chance
"Feel Good"[72] Eric Benét Lost in Time
"All I Do"[73] Redman Redman Presents... Reggie
"If I Fall In Love Again"[74] Keyshia Cole Calling All Hearts
"Crazy (Baby)"[75] 2011 Rahsaan Patterson Bleuphoria
"Believe It"[76] Fonzworth Bentley C.O.L.O.U.R.S. by Derek Watkins
"Doctor Love"[77] Jessica Reedy From the Heart
"Stay" (Remix)[78] Tyrese, Rick Ross Open Invitation
"Perfect Man" (Remix)[79] 2012 Lil' Mo P.S. I Love Me
"Two of Us" Q Parker MANual
"Voice of Reason"[80] Qwizman, Logic non-album release
"Hold You Down"[81] 2013 Raekwon Lost Jewlry
"You Own Me"[82] Robert Glasper Black Radio 2
"You Make Me Feel"[83] 2014 J. Moss Grown Folks Gospel

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Song Artist(s) Album
1995 "Kissing You" Faith Evans Waiting to Exhale
"Somebody Bigger Than You and I" Whitney Houston featuring Faith Evans, Bobby Brown,
R. Tresvant, J. Gill & Monica
The Preacher's Wife
1996 "I Just Can't" Faith Evans High School High
1997 "Until the Day (Remix)" Faith Evans with Nonchalant Living Single
"My Everything" Faith Evans with Barry White Money Talks
1998 "Tears Away" Faith Evans Hav Plenty
1999 "Best Man" Faith Evans The Best Man
"Mailman" Faith Evans Wild Wild West
2001 "Good Life (Remix)" Faith Evans featuring Ja Rule, Vita & Caddillac Tah The Fast and the Furious
2002 "Brown Sugar (Extra Sweet)" Mos Def featuring Faith Evans Brown Sugar
"Heaven Knows" Faith Evans The Fighting Temptations
2005 "Hope" Twista featuring Faith Evans Coach Carter
2009 "One More Chance (Remix)" The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Faith Evans Notorious
"Letter to B.I.G." Jadakiss featuring Faith Evans
"One More Chance" The Notorious B.I.G. featuring CJ & Faith Evans
"The Legacy Remix"
"If You Dream" Tank feat. Faith Evans, Toni Braxton, Omarion & others More Than a Game
2012 "No Betta"[84] Deitrick Haddon feat. Faith Evans A Beautiful Soul

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ Promotional release only.

References[edit]

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