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.