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|Studio album by Cherrelle|
|Released||October 20, 1985|
|Producer||Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis|
High Priority is the second album by American singer Cherrelle. Released on October 20, 1985, It reached #9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart and #36 on the Billboard Top 200. It generated Cherrelle's biggest pop hit with her duet with Alexander O'Neal, "Saturday Love" which peaked at #26 on the Billboard Hot 100.
After the success of her debut album, Fragile, Cherrelle returned to the studio to record her second album. She worked predominantly with Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis again on this project, and co-wrote and co-produced the track "Where Do I Run To" herself.
The uptempo lead single, "You Look Good to Me" would reach #26 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The second single was "Saturday Love," which would go on to be a hit peaking at #2 on the R&B charts, Cherrelle's best showing to that point, and would crossover and reach #26 on the Billboard Hot 100. It would also go on to huge popularity in the UK, climbing to #6 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming one of Cherrelle's most recognisable hits. Subsequent singles, the slow jam "Will You Satisfy?" would peak at #57 on the UK Singles Chart and "Artificial Heart" would reach #18 on the R&B chart and become Cherrelle's biggest hit on the Hot Dance Club Play chart at #5.
- "The Opening" - 1:06
- "You Look Good to Me" - 4:43
- "Artificial Heart" - 5:00
- "New Love" - 3:55
- "Oh No It's U Again" - 4:52
- "Saturday Love" featuring Alexander O'Neal - 5:00
- "Will You Satisfy?" - 4:12
- "Where Do I Run To" - 3:42
- "High Priority" - 6:04
- "New Love" (reprise) - 0:50
- Cherrelle discography at Discogs
- Ron Wynn. "High Priority - Cherrelle - Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards - AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 6 January 2015.