R&B songbird Faith Evans has released a new EP, Faith20, featuring classic remakes from her self-titled 1995 debut album.

The six song EP, which features collaborations from Prodigy, Kelly Price, Daron Jones of 112, and Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’s Joseline Hernadez, revamps fan favorites, including “Aint Nobody” and “Used to Love Me.” Check out the EP below.

Evans, a staple in R&B music who’s celebrating 20 years in the music business, is currently planning a reunion tour with Bad Boy Records family for 2016, in addition to working on tribute album, The King & I, featuring her late husband The Notorious B.I.G.

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Her last full length album, Incomparable, released in 2014, earned her a Grammy Nomination.

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