Mission to Please is the 27th album by The Isley Brothers on Island Records released on May 14, 1996. This album was a return to commercial glory for the band in the years following their last platinum-certified album, 1983's Between the Sheets as it also was certified platinum based on the strength of the charted singles "Let's Lay Together", their first R. Kelly collaboration after the success of their duet together, "Down Low", the Babyface-composed ballad, "Tears", the Ronald and Angela Winbush-duet collaboration, "Floatin' On Your Love", and the mid-'90s quiet storm radio staple, "Mission to Please You". Some of the success came off the fact that Ronald had cultivated a new image as the video villain, "Mr. Biggs", in a series of R. Kelly videos starting with "Down Low" helping to re-introduce the music of the Isley Brothers to a new generation of R&B fans. This is also noted as being the last album to feature youngest brother, Marvin Isley, as he would leave the group a year later due to diabetes and die on June 6, 2010. It also helped relaunch their label T-Neck Records.