Lovin' Me (Theme from

Album: Lovin' Me (Theme from "R&B Divas") [feat. Nicci Gilbert, Monifah, Syleena Johnson & Keke Wyatt] - Single

Artist: Faith Evans

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Prolific Music Group, Inc. & Entertainment One U.S., LP

Tracklist For Lovin' Me (Theme from "R&B Divas") [feat. Nicci Gilbert, Monifah, Syleena Johnson & Keke Wyatt] - Single By Artist Faith Evans

Title Artist Time
1
Lovin' Me (Theme from "R&B Div Faith Evans 3:38 USD 1.29

Reviews For Lovin' Me (Theme from "R&B Divas") [feat. Nicci Gilbert, Monifah, Syleena Johnson & Keke Wyatt] - Single By Artist Faith Evans

  • My FRIEND WROTE IT!

    5
    By PumpkinSeeEED
    Song is a smash my Friend Belle Johnson Wrote it. You can like her fan page on FB she's a phenomenal writer. Has toured with Eric Benet, Christina Auguliara, and Jennifer Lopez. She's also penned for NIkki Gilbert's Soul Kittens Cabaret. You will definitely hear more of her work soon!
  • Awesome song!

    5
    By CD May
    Love this song!!!
  • Love

    5
    By Clbrick
    Beautifully well written and inspirational song. Ladies sound great!!! Love this song!!!
  • Amazing

    5
    By NeneNaturally
    Amazing song, powerful message, wonderful voices. I am so happy to see real r&b coming back.
  • Power Full

    4
    By Kells Necole
    I really like this song, but where is brave or fearless @ I REALLY LOVE THIS SONG!!!!
  • Love

    5
    By brownesugga34
    Empowering!
  • RnBDIVAS rocK!!!

    5
    By Dumbbaby
    I looooove this song.. It makes me feel so happy.. When I'm down>> I play it.. Should be Women's National Theme song.. Girl power at its best ! I am so grateful for these blessed/talented women/ divas!! Thank you.. We needed this..
  • Food for the SOUL!

    5
    By Leashell
    Love it, this song is food for the soul..... THANK YOU! Ladies, or should I say DIVAS ;0)
  • LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By Morris07
    What more can I say!!!
  • Loving Me #CurvyDivas

    5
    By DSA Achiever2013
    I love this song! Not only is it musical but it's meaningful as a 17 year old curvy diva I've already experienced everything in this song especially the "they said my voice was right but my curves were all wrong " thank you ladies for standing up and showing that in the words of Nicci Gilbert "the big and talls can be just as cute as the smalls" Kayla Songstress Robinson,Detroit

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