The First Lady

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The First Lady

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The First Lady is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Faith Evans. Released by Capitol Records,it marked Evans' debut on the EMI subsidiary, following her departure from Bad Boy Records in 2003. Despite this, the singer reunited with much of her frequent contributors to work on the album, including The Neptunes, Chucky Thompson, and Mario Winans. Duo Carvin & Ivan of Karma Productions wrote and produced the predominant part of all songs that were inluded in the final track listing.

Generally well-received by critics, The First Lady debuted at two on the U.S. Billboard 200 with opening week sales of 157,000 units, giving Evans her highest-selling debut and best ever first-week sales. By the end of 2005, the album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In support of the album, Evans embarked on a concert tour, The First Lady Tour, in the United States and Europe in mid-2005. In 2006, it was nominated for Best Female R&B/Soul Album at the 20th Soul Train Music Awards.

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The title of the album was inspired by Evans' original nickname with Bad Boy Records, "The First Lady of Bad Boy." On her decision to use a truncated version of the name Diddy dubbed her with, Evans commented: " did carry over, 'cause I'm the first artist in my genre at Capitol," she said. "More so, I chose the title The First Lady because a lot of my personality reminds me of people like......
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