New Music: Faith Evans Enlists Joseline Hernandez As She Revisits The 90s With ‘Faith 20’ Team Curtains December 28, 2015 R&B Queen Faith Evans celebrates her 1995 debut LP Faith, as she revisits some of her favourites with new EP Faith 20. Known for writing her hit songs “Soon As I Get Home” and “Again,” Faith has also received credits for writing for other R&B greats like Mary J. Blige & Usher, and let’s not ever forgot her epic collaboration on ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ with peer R&B Divas Whitney Houston and Kelly Price. Watch: Team Curtains Interviews Faith Evans Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of her seminal Faith album, Evans commemorates the album with a revamped abbreviated version titled Faith20. This comes after the announcement that Faith’s 2014 album Incomparable, which includes hit single “I Deserve It” featuring Missy Elliott & Sharaya J, “Make Love” featuring KeKe Wyatt and “Fragile,” receives a Grammy nomination. @faithevans "I remember the day you just to play with my kitty kat and stick your tongue real deep where my booty at"! Your new album!!!!!!! — Joseline Hernandez (@MsJoseline) December 26, 2015 Faith calls upon Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta‘s Joseline Hernandez for the revisit of “You Used To Love Me.” The new vocal version features a sample of the ‘Stingy with my Kutty Katt‘ reality star, and a rap verse, served full of sexually charged lyrics and a fierce attitude. Recently Evans announced that she will release a posthumous duet album with her ex- husband Notorious B.I.G. that will be titled The King & I. Rumour has it that Faith also plans on joining the rest of Bad Boy family on tour next year. The project is available for stream, below: Interview: Cotten Kandi recently caught up with Antonique Smith, who played Faith Evans in 2009’s ‘Notorious’ movie. They speak on her the release of her six-track Love Is Everything EP, dating and her activism Feeling The New Music? Share this TEA:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) You must log in to post a comment.