This article is about the song by Mary J. Blige. For the song by Usher, see U Remind Me
"You Remind Me" is a song by American singer Mary J. Blige. It served as Blige's debut single, the first from her debut album What's the 411? (1992). Written by Eric Milteer and produced by Dave "Jam" Hall, it was originally used on the soundtrack of 1991 comedy film Strictly Business. The song marked Blige's first top forty hit, reaching number twenty-nine on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot R&B Singles chart. The music video was released in 1992.
Formats and track listings
||"You Remind Me" (Straight from the Heart Radio Edit)
||"You Remind Me" (Straight from the Heart Mix)
||"You Remind Me" (Album Version)
||"You Remind Me" (Ad's Radio Mix)
Credits and personnel
Credits adapted from the What's the 411? liner notes.
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