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Album Review

The First Lady was one of Faith Evans' strongest albums, not just creatively but commercially. It topped Billboard’s R&B Albums chart, came within one spot of topping the Billboard 200, and won Evans a Soul Train award for best female R&B/soul album. It was her lone release for Capitol, and this, her fifth proper studio album, is her first for the independent E One label. Several past collaborators, including Chucky Thompson, Brad Todd, and Carvin & Ivan, are on-board, as are Mike City and Salaam Remi. The standouts include the disco throwback “Party,” the Toni Braxton-worthy breakup ballad (albeit with heavier bottom) “Gone Already,” and the midtempo boogie track “Sunshine” (which carries a subtle, smooth groove touch resembling that of Michael Wycoff's “Looking Up to You”).

Biography

Born: 10 June 1973 in Lakeland, FL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

In spite of the fact that Faith Evans carved out a lengthy recording career in her own right, her name will forever remain linked in the minds of many to her late husband, the Notorious B.I.G. Evans was an active session singer and songwriter before signing her own solo deal and marrying Biggie, and while she never matched the level of his stardom, she continued to come into her own as a vocalist in the years after his untimely death. Each one...
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