After teasing us with the impressive remake of “Fallin’ In Love,” Faith Evans delivers the brand new EP ‘Faith 20,’ to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her 1995 debut album Faith.
The six-track project is a gift to fans who have followed her since her early days on Bad Boy Records, with re-recorded and reworked versions of standout songs like “Ain’t Nobody,” “No Other Love,” and “Used To Love Me” which features a surprise feature from “Love & Hip Hop” reality star Joseline Hernandez.
Prodigy of Mobb Deep joins Faith on the remake of “No Other Love,” and fellow Bad Boy alum Daron Jones of 112 and Kelly Price guest on the short but praiseful “Thank You Lord”.
In previous interviews, Faith revealed that she was working on another tribute album to be called “The King & I” featuring duets with her late husband The Notorious B.I.G.
Celebrate 20 years of Faith below!
Tags: faith evans