Star (702 album)

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Star
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Studio album by 702
Released March 25, 2003
Recorded 2002
Genre R&B
Length 64:06
Label Motown
Producer Kedar Massenburg (exec.), Shante Paige (exec.), Todd Russaw (exec.), Ted Bishop, Mike City, Charles Farrar, Mario Winans, The Neptunes, Kevin 'Shékespere' Briggs
702 chronology
702
(1999)
Star
(2003)
Singles from Star
  1. "Star"
    Released: December 10, 2002
  2. "I Still Love You"
    Released: 2002[1]
  3. "Blah Blah Blah Blah"
    Released: January 28, 2003

Star is the third and final studio album from American R&B group 702, released March 25, 2003 by Motown.

The album peaked at number forty-five on the Billboard 200 chart. and is mostly remembered for its cult classic single "I Still Love You".

Release and reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[2]

The album peaked at forty-five on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached the twenty-second spot on the R&B Albums chart.[3]

Andy Kellman of Allmusic gave the work a rather dismissive review, stating that "it continues in the group's tradition of being able to deliver a couple of solid singles surrounded by middling to fair album tracks."[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Let Your Hair Down"   Briggs, Grinstead, Grinstead, Stewart, Williams 2:46
2. "Star" (featuring Clipse) Thornton, Thornton, Williams 4:04
3. "Trouble"   Bell, Boyce, Brown, Mickens, Smith, Thomas, Westfield, Winans 3:29
4. "Feelings"   Briggs, Grinstead, Grinstead, Stewart, Williams 3:41
5. "Come & Knock on My Door"   Briggs, DeBarge, Grinstead, Grinstead, Jordan, Stewart, Williams 4:04
6. "I Still Love You" (featuring Pharrell Williams) Hugo, Williams 4:47
7. "Reality"   Cottrell, Green, Walker, Winans 2:29
8. "Certified"   Jones, Lewis, Stephens, Titi 4:33
9. "Places"   Jones, Lewis, Stephens, Titi 7:34
10. "Stringing Me Along"   Flowers 3:57
11. "No Way"   Briggs, Grinstead, Grinstead, Stewart, Williams 3:27
12. "Blah Blah Blah Blah"   Jackson-Jones, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Reynolds 3:15
13. "Betcha She"   Austin, Bishop, Charley 3:32
14. "Better Day (Ghetto Girl)"   Best, Evans, Grinstead, Grinstead, Newsome, Powell, Pugh, Walters, Williams 3:59
15. "Jealousy"   Flowers 4:12
16. "I'm Wit It"   Ammen, Farrar, Russell 4:17

Chart history[edit]

Album[edit]

Chart (2003)[3] Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 45
U.S. R&B Albums 22

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions[4]
U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks
2003 "I Still Love You" 49

Personnel[edit]

Information taken from Allmusic.[5]

  • a&r – Nina Freeman, Kedar Massenburg, Shante Paige, Marsha Reid
  • arranging – Ted Bishop
  • art direction – Chris Kornmann
  • assistant – Vincent Alexander, Mike Butler, Vadim Chislov, Stephen Glicken, Dion Peters, Alexis Seton, Rich Tapper, Javier Valverde, Jeff Vereb, Artese Williams
  • composing – R. Bell, G. Brown, J.J. Jackson, L. Jackson, P.J. Jackson, E. Jordan, S.K. Russell, Mario Winans
  • creative direction – Sandy Brummels
  • design – Chris Kornmann
  • drums – Pharrell Williams
  • engineering – Wayne Allison, Ted Bishop, Ben Briggs, Dru Castro, Andrew Coleman, Larry Ferguson, Eliud "Lou" Ortiz, Hernán Santiago, Mike Tocci, Darren Venbitti
  • executive production – Kedar Massenburg, Shante Paige, Todd Russaw
  • guitar – Greg Charley
  • instrumentation – Charles Farrar
  • keyboards – Ted Bishop, Dave Hunter, Tevin Thomas
  • mastering – Chris Gehringer
  • mixing – Ben Arrindell, Kevin "KD" Davis, Duro, Larry Ferguson, Rich Keller, Phil Tan
  • photography – Albert Sanchez
  • production – Ted Bishop, Mike City, Charles Farrar, Mario Winans
  • programming – Ted Bishop, Charles Farrar, Pharrell Williams
  • rapping – Clipse
  • vocals – 702, Pharrell Williams

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