My favourite is the Latin dance scene when she is wearing the heels and the dress!GetBack wrote:My favorite is in the shower and in front of the fan!
both so truePlay wrote:Truth!GetBack wrote:Jennifer's "If You Had My Love" is the perfect lead single from On the 6! No one can touch her sultry and sexiness in this video during 1999!
She has millions of amazingly sexy moments in the music video
Thank you ...he's one of my favorite producers as well ...and you're the first to vote so...time will tellStar wrote:One of my most favourite producers. Loving the countdown so far. I'd have What About Us a lot higher.
Voted Lose My Breath in the poll
The Voice, the late Whitney Houston at No. 9. This song made me a fan in the early 1999. Of course I loved older tracks before, but actually the My Love Is Your Love cd was the first by Whitney I ever bought... after I saw her performing this track at a huge German TV show. When her album dropped I wasn't that impressed with the first single (Heartbreak Hotel) and I already had the Mariah duet on the #1's album. Then It's Not Right was released and that live performance changed everything. I believe it was one of her most modern and R&B influenced singles till then. I absolutely love the album and this song is still one of my favorites from her... except for the overwhelming ballads ...Anyway, I remember TV playing the video over and over and I couldn't get enough of it. May she rest in peace.
9. It's Not Right But It's Okay
(Album: My Love Is Your Love)
Peak US: #4
Peak UK: #3
Peak Germany: #14
absolutely agree on the first point,GetBack wrote:Whitney's style in the My Love Is Your Love era is so high fashion, even for her videos, she was on point with her sense of style!
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" is the best song from that album. I honestly think that the album could have debuted a lot higher and this single could have even been #1 in the Hot 100, if they released this first!
First of all I gotta say, of course I love me some Jennifer and Whitney quite more than some Mr. Shawn Desman, but this countdown is about great productions and awesome tracks. And this one is amazing It's originally taken from the movie Honey, where it's just partly played, and was later released on Shawn's Back For More album, as it was unfortunately never released on the Honey Soundtrack. I believe it got the single treatment back in the day, but obviously it didn't chart well or at all. From the moment on, that snippet got played in Honey, I needed to know who the artist and especially this song was. Got me some hard time to find a proper version of it, but once I did, I loved it even more. Can't sit still when it's played, so it had to be in my Top 10
(Album: Back For More)
Peak US: -
Peak UK: -
Peak Germany: -
This probably will shock most of you, since over 50% voted this song to be my No. 1. Well, it is not, still it was very hard to find the right place on my countdown. Since my No. 1 was determined from the very beginning, I'm lucky your votes didn't impress me that much I guess y'all picked Beyoncé because you already know I'm a big fan of hers, but still, on this countdown she is my No. 7. (We'll meet her again , don't worry ) It's a great track for sure. When I first heard it back in 2006 I didn't even think of Darkchild in the first place, so I was quite surprised finding out it was him, who produced the song. This song started Beyoncé sophomore solo era, aka as B'Day. It was all about having a good time and the album is filled with up-tempos mostly. Though some people think this era was a huge mess until Irreplaceable was released, I still feel this was a perfect first single choice. ...so, maybe y'all would like to vote again
7. Déjà Vu
Peak US: #4
Peak UK: #1
Peak Germany: #9
1. The Boy Is Mine
Brandy & Monica
(Album: Never Say Never / The Boy Is Mine)
Peak US: #1
Peak UK: #2
Peak Germany: #5