Quiet as kept, one of the best and influential R&B albums of the 90s came in the form of the 1995 self-titled debut album from Faith Evans. A longtime writer for the likes of Mary J Blige (her own seminal album, My Life) and Usher, her first album on Bad Boy Records is arguably one of the label’s best-ever projects.
Faith is now re-releasing an abbreviated version of her album to commemorate its twentieth anniversary, the apropos-titled Faith 20. Releasing on December 25th, the EP has Faith updating some of her best-known jams from the original. With fans expecting millennial versions of her classics “Soon as I Get Home” and “You Used to Love Me You Used to Love Me,” Faith makes the first offering “Fallin’ In Love” available now.