*Faith Evans is celebrating 20 years in the music business with taking fans back to her 1995 debut album “Faith.”
Singersroom.com reports the songstress revisited the classic LP with a new six-song EP. The EP, titled “Faith 20” features revamped versions of “Thank You Lord” featuring 112’s Daron Jones , “Ain’t Nobody” and “Fallin In Love.”
In addition, to Jones, “Faith 20” features “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Joseline Hernandez on Evans’ breakthrough hit “Used To Love Me.”
The EP isn’t the only thing Evans has for fans. The entertainer is currently planning a tour with her Bad Boy Records family for 2016.
To hear the new version of “Ain’t Nobody” from “Faith 20,” click on the audio below:
Singersroom notes the beginning of the tune as Burruss kicks things off warning McKinney of her man’s shadiness behind her back. Despite the caution raised by Burruss, McKinney isn’t buying it.
“Girl don’t tell me sh*t bout my man no more / Just like I don’t say what I heard about yours,” McKinney told her fellow “RHOA” star.
As for the Derek Blanks-directed video, McKinney and Burruss are seen making fun of the drama surrounding their hit reality show as they spoof Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live!” Replacing host Andy Cohen in the clip is a character named Randy Cohen. Also onboard for the fun
“Unnecessary Trouble is the latest song to come from McKinney, who premiered “Trade It All,” a tune from her upcoming EP, “Officially Yours,” earlier this year.
Also on board for the fun of the “Unnecessary Trouble” video is former “RHOA” cast member Claudia Jordan, who appears in a cameo.
To see the “Unnecessary Trouble” video, scroll below: