Peep This

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Peep This
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Studio album by Jamie Foxx
Released July 19, 1994
Recorded 1993–1994
Genre R&B, hip-hop, soul, pop
Length 55:28
Label Fox
Producer Jamie Foxx
Jamie Foxx chronology
Peep This
Singles from Peep This
  1. "Infatuation"
    Released: May 16, 1994
  2. "Experiment"
    Released: September 5, 1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Peep This is the debut studio album by American singer and actor Jamie Foxx, then of In Living Color fame. It was released on July 19, 1994, by Fox Records. The album peaked at #78 on the Billboard 200.[2] Without a seasoned producer to truly finish the album, Jamie's musical debut fell flat, showing disappointing record sales and failing to make the chart.

However, eleven years later, Foxx came out with the release of his chart-topping second album Unpredictable (2005).

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Peep This" Jamie Foxx 2:50
2. "Experiment" Jamie Foxx 4:44
3. "Miss You" Jamie Foxx 4:20
4. "Dog House" (featuring The Poetess) Felicia Morris 4:57
5. "Infatuation" Jamie Foxx 5:01
6. "Baby Don't Cry" Jamie Foxx 4:23
7. "Precious" Victor White 4:02
8. "Your Love" Jamie Foxx 4:50
9. "Summertime" Victor White 4:49
10. "If You Love Me" Jamie Foxx 4:35
11. "Don't Let the Sun (Go Down On Our Love)" Jamie Foxx 5:25
12. "Peep This Out" Jamie Foxx 0:27
13. "Light a Candle" Jamie Foxx 5:05
  • All songs written or co-written by Jamie Foxx. Samples include "Beatbox (Diversion One)" (as performed by Art of Noise) and "If I Was Your Girlfriend" (as performed by Prince).


Song Billboard Hot 100[3] Hot R&B Singles[4]
"Infatuation" 92 36
"Experiment" - 88


  • Jamie Foxx (vocals, piano, drums)
  • The Poetess (rap)
  • Victor White (guitar, background vocals)
  • Kenny Ford, Sr. (piano)
  • Kenny Ford, Jr. (bass)
  • Jeffrey Suttles (drums)
  • Keith Martin, Sheree Ford-Payne, Anastacia Newkirk, Nathan Walton, Jerome Monroe, Emage (background vocals)
  • DaMone Arnold


  1. ^ Peep This at AllMusic. Retrieved March 19, 2013.
  2. ^ "Jamie Foxx chart history – Billboard 200". Billboard. Retrieved March 19, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Jamie Foxx chart history – Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved March 19, 2013. 
  4. ^ "Artist Chart History - Jamie Foxx". Billboard. Archived from the original on April 24, 2009.