by Bell Biv DeVoe (featuring SWV)

Album: Three Stripes (2017)
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  • On this song, Bell Biv DeVoe hooked up with fellow '90s R&B trio, SWV. Ricky Bell admitted to Lenny Green on WBLS that he was unsure about how his performance would be alongside SWV lead singer Cheryl "Coko" Gamble.

    "Tight before we did the song, I was intimidated," he stated. "You know a duet with Coko, she's amazing. I even called my manager like 'I don't know man. I don't know if this is going to work'. I was just real hesitant. But once I finally went in and Coko laid her part and I went in and did my vocals I was like okay cool."
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