Faith Evans

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Full Name
Faith Renée Evans (Born June 10, 1973 in Lakeland, FL)

See Also: The Notorious B.I.G., Monifah, Syleena Johnson & Kelly Price

Albums
Faith Evans
Faith Evans - Keep The Faith
Faith Evans - Faithfully
Faith Evans - The First Lady
Faith Evans - A Faithful Christmas
Faith Evans - Something About Faith
Faith Evans - R&B Divas

Mixtapes
Faith Evans - Remixes, Unreleased & Featured

Singles
Tribute To The Notorious B.I.G. (Single)
Faith Evans - Again (Single)
Faith Evans - Again (Import Single)

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The Almighty R.S.O. - Doomsday: Forever R.S.O.

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Bad Boy Greatest Hits Vol. 1
Eric Benét - Lost In Time
The Best Man
Black-Ty a.k.a. Tyrese - Invisible Bully: The Lost Tapes
Brown Sugar

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Capone-N-Noreaga - The War Report 2: Report The War
Clipse - Lord Willin'
Keyshia Cole - Calling All Hearts (Deluxe Edition)

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El DeBarge - Second Chance
DJ Finesse - The One And Only R&B King Pt. 4
DJ Hurricane - Don't Sleep
Dramacydal - Revenge Iz Sweet
DMX - The Great Depression
DMX - The DMX Files: Live And Uncensored (DVD)
Jermaine Dupri Presents 12 Soulful Nights

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The Fast And The Furious

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The Game - The Documentary

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Aaron Hall - Inside Of You
Hav Plenty
High School High
Hoodlum

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Jadakiss - The Last Kiss
Jay-Z - The Blueprint²: The Gift & The Curse
Jon B - Pleasures U Like
Junior M.A.F.I.A. - Conspiracy

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Kandi - Hey Kandi
Talib Kweli - The Beautiful Struggle

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Living Single
LSG - Levert Sweat Gill

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Merry Fucking Christmas 6: The Miracles Of Christmas (Thug Radio Mixtape)
More Than A Game
MTV Party To Go Vol. 9

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NFL Jams
The Notorious B.I.G. - Duets: The Final Chapter
The Nototious B.I.G. - Greatest Hits
Notorious

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112
112 - Room 112

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Q. Parker - The MANual
Rahsaan Patterson - Bleuphoria
Kelly Price - Priceless
Puff Daddy & The Family - No Way Out

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Redman - Reggie
Royce Da 5'9" - Defending The Crown Part III: The Coroner

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Saigon - The Greatest Story Never Told
Scarface - The Fix
Slim - Love's Crazy

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Tony Thompson - Sexsational
A Tribe Called Quest - Beats, Rhymes And Life
A Tribe Called Quest - Stressed Out (Single)
A Tribe Called Quest - The Anthology
2Pac - Rare & Unreleased
Tyrese - Stay (Remix) (Single)

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Waiting To Exhale
Wild Wild West

Bio From AllMusic.Com
In spite of the fact that Faith Evans carved out a 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.

Evans was born on June 10, 1973, and grew up in Newark, NJ, where she began singing in church at the mere age of two. A high school honor student, she sang in her school's musical productions before winning a full scholarship to Fordham University. After just one year, though, she left college to put her jazz and classical training to use in the field of contemporary R&B. It didn't take her long to find work, and over the next few years, she sang backup and wrote songs for artists like Hi-Five, Mary J. Blige, Pebbles, Al B. Sure!, Usher, Tony Thompson, and Christopher Williams. Thanks to her work on Blige's 1994 sophomore effort, My Life, Evans met producer/impresario Sean "Puffy" Combs, who signed her to his Bad Boy label. In 1995, Evans released her debut album, Faith, which went platinum on the strength of the hit R&B singles "You Used to Love Me" and "Soon as I Get Home." The same year, she met fellow Bad Boy artist The Notorious B.I.G. (some accounts say at a photo shoot, others a phone conversation) and married him after a courtship of just nine days; shortly thereafter, she guested on a remix of his smash single "One More Chance."

Over the next couple of years, Evans continued her behind-the-scenes work, performing and writing for records by the likes of Color Me Badd and LSG. She and Biggie also had a son, Christopher Wallace Jr., in late 1996; however, by that point, their marriage had already become strained. Biggie had publicly taken up with rapper Lil' Kim and rumors had been spreading about an Evans liaison with Biggie's rival 2Pac (alluded to on 2Pac's venomous "Hit Me Off" (He means Hit 'Em Up)). The couple had unofficially separated when Biggie was shot and killed in March 1997. A grief-stricken Evans was prominently featured on the Puff Daddy tribute single "I'll Be Missing You," which with its cribbed Police hook zoomed to the top of the charts and became one of the year's biggest hits.

Evans' sophomore effort, Keep The Faith, followed in 1998 and spun off several R&B hits over the next year, including "Love Like This," "All Night Long," and the Babyface-produced R&B number one "Never Gonna Let You Go." In the meantime, she worked with Aaron Hall, Tevin Campbell, and DMX, among others, and also made high-profile guest appearances on two 1999 hits, Whitney Houston's "Heartbreak Hotel" and Eric Benét's "Georgy Porgy." She began dating and eventually married record executive Todd Russaw, who took an active role in helping manage her career. In 2001, Evans released her third album, Faithfully, a more up-tempo record that received her strongest reviews to date; it also produced hit singles in "You Gets No Love" and "I Love You," and her duet with Carl Thomas on "Can't Believe" was nominated for a Grammy. However, it would be her last Bad Boy album. The First Lady, released on Capitol in 2005, missed the top spot of the Billboard 200 by one position. Singles-wise, it didn't perform nearly as well. After a five-year hiatus from recording -- during which she penned the African American Literary Award-winning memoir Keep the Faith -- Evans released Something About Faith on the independent E One label. — Steve Huey

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