Faith Evans Revisits Her Debut LP With ‘Faith 20’

blame it on Meka December 25, 2015

Shortly after the debut of Ready To Die from The Notorious B.I.G. (and Craig Mack’s Project: Funk Da World), the third album to drop from Bad Boy Records was the self-titled debut from Faith Evans. After writing for the likes of Mary J Blige, Al B. Sure! and Usher Evans would break out on her own with her eponymous album, with singles like “You Used to Love Me” and “Soon As I Get Home” becoming R&B benchmarks.

Celebrating her seminal album, Faith returns with a new EP Faith 20. An abbreviated version of the album, the project has Faith updating some of her best-known jams from the original. With millennial versions of songs like “Fallin’ In Love” and “Used To Love Me,” the project is available for stream below.