Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 No Diggity
Blackstreet feat. Dr. Dre 5 5:06
2 All My Life
K‐Ci & JoJo 3 3:43
3 Fantasy
Mariah Carey 4:42
4 Nobody Knows
Tony Rich 4:19
5 Sexual Healing
Marvin Gaye 5 4:00
6 Natural Woman
Mary J. Blige 2:57
7 Gangsta’s Paradise
Coolio 3:48
8 Disco Lady
Johnnie Taylor 4:28
9 My One Temptation
Mica Paris 3:40
10 Wake Up Everybody
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes 3:35
11 Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Maxwell 3:45
12 Be Careful
Sparkle feat. R. Kelly 5:17
13 Me and Mrs. Jones
Billy Paul 5 4:50
14 Roof Garden
Al Jarreau 5:29
15 My Prerogative
Bobby Brown 4:49
16 Don’t Stop ’til You Get Enough
Michael Jackson 4.65 6:05
17 Lean on Me
Club Nouveau 3.5 4:00
18 Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday
Stevie Wonder 5 3:05
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time
R. Kelly 2 4:57
2 Teardrops
Womack & Womack 5 5:01
3 Pony
Ginuwine 4:11
4 I’ll Make Love to You
Boyz II Men 5 3:57
5 Fu-Gee-La
Fugees 3:31
6 Nobody
Keith Sweat feat. Athena Cage 4:13
7 Coming Home
Roméo 3:33
8 Never Knew Love Like This Before
Stephanie Mills 5:19
9 Best of My Love
The Emotions 3.75 3:39
10 For the Cool in You
Babyface 4:52
11 There’ll Be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry)
Billy Ocean 4:50
12 Just Kickin’ It
Xscape 3:25
13 Never Too Much
Luther Vandross 5 3:51
14 Tha Crossroads
Bone Thugs‐n‐Harmony 3:46
15 Kiss and Say Goodbye
The Manhattans 4:27
16 Fire
Ohio Players 4:22
17 Don’t Let Go (Love)
En Vogue 4:04
18 Back Stabbers
The O’Jays 5 3:06
19 Everyday People
Sly & The Family Stone 4 2:22

Credits

CD 1

violin:
Gerald Vinci (track 16)
drums (drum set):
John “JR” Robinson (session drummer) (track 16)
bass guitar:
Louis Johnson (bass, member of Brothers Johnson) (track 16)
trumpet:
Gary Grant (brass) (track 16)
strings arranger:
Benjamin Wright (track 16)
electric piano:
Greg Phillinganes (track 16)
wind instruments arranger:
Jerry Hey (track 16)
percussion:
Paulinho da Costa (track 16)
Richard Heath (track 16)
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 16)
Randy Jackson (brother of Michael and Janet) (track 16)
percussion arranger:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 16)
alto saxophone, flute and tenor saxophone:
Larry Williams (keyboard,sax,flute) (track 16)
baritone saxophone, flute and tenor saxophone:
Kim Hutchcroft (track 16)
trombone:
Bill Reichenbach, Jr. (jazz trombonist) (track 16)
guitar family:
Marlo Henderson (track 16)
David Williams (Guitarist) (track 16)
flugelhorn and trumpet:
Jerry Hey (track 16)
additional background vocals:
Jim Gilstrap (track 16)
Mortonette Jenkins (track 16)
Augie Johnson (track 16)
Paulette McWilliams (track 16)
Zedric Williams (track 16)
additional performer:
R. Kelly (track 12)
Ol’ Dirty Bastard (American rapper and producer) (track 3)
additional writer:
Jerry Wexler (track 6)
arranger:
Teddy Riley (US R&B singer & producer) (track 1)
William "Skylz" Stewart (US hip-hop producer) (track 1)
background vocals and lead vocals:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 16)
co-producer:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 16)
composer:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 16)
R. Kelly (track 12)
Carole King (track 6)
Bill Withers (track 17)
guest performer:
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (track 1)
Queen Pen (track 1)
instruments:
Teddy Riley (US R&B singer & producer) (track 1)
William "Skylz" Stewart (US hip-hop producer) (track 1)
lyricist:
Michael Jackson (“King of Pop”) (track 16)
Bill Withers (track 17)
Gerry Goffin (track 6)
mixer:
Bruce Swedien (track 16)
performer:
R. Kelly (track 12)
Larry James Sanders (US R&B singer Larry Sanders, known for "Gangsta’s Paradise") (track 7)
producer:
Kenneth Gamble (tracks 10, 13)
Marvin Gaye (track 5)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (tracks 10, 13)
Quincy Jones (track 16)
Teddy Riley (US R&B singer & producer) (track 1)
William "Skylz" Stewart (US hip-hop producer) (track 1)
programming:
Teddy Riley (US R&B singer & producer) (track 1)
William "Skylz" Stewart (US hip-hop producer) (track 1)
recording engineer:
Bruce Swedien (track 16)
writer:
Rory Bennett (track 2)
Bobby Brown (R&B singer, New Edition member) (track 15)
Odell Brown (track 5)
Victor Carstarphen (track 10)
Artis L. Ivey Jr. (US rapper, actor, chef & record producer) (track 7)
Andre Young (Andre Young, rap producer) (track 1)
Kenneth Gamble (track 13)
Marvin Gaye (track 5)
Cary Gilbert (track 13)
Gene Griffin (track 15)
Joel “Jo‐Jo” Hailey (R&B singer, member of K‐Ci & JoJo) (track 2)
Chauncey Hannibal (track 1)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (track 13)
Larry James Sanders (US R&B singer Larry Sanders, known for "Gangsta’s Paradise") (track 7)
Gene McFadden (track 10)
Ron Miller (Motown songwriter Ronald Norman Miller) (track 18)
Doug Rasheed (track 7)
Teddy Riley (US R&B singer & producer) (tracks 1, 15)
David Ritz ("Sexual Healing" co-composer) (track 5)
William "Skylz" Stewart (US hip-hop producer) (track 1)
Richard Vick (track 1)
Randy Waldman (track 2)
Lynise Walters (track 1)
Bryan Wells (track 18)
John Whitehead (track 10)
Bill Withers (track 1)
Stevie Wonder (track 7)
phonographic copyright by:
MJJ Productions Inc. (rights holder, not an imprint) (1979) (track 16)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1982) (track 5)
publisher:
EMI Songs Ltd. (track 5)
IQ Music Ltd. (track 7)
Jobete Music (track 7)
Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!) (track 17)
DJ-mixes:
edits:
No Diggity by Blackstreet feat. Dr. Dre (track 1)
has remixes:
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Cheat on You by Mase feat. Lil’ Cease & Jay‐Z (track 16)
I'm Hot by Erick Sermon (track 5)
samples:
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 231) (track 5)
cover recording of:
Lean on Me (track 17)
is based on:
Pastime Paradise (track 7)
is the basis for:
Hello Brooklyn 2.0 (track 5)
Sexual Rapping (track 5)
later parody versions:
AlGore Paradise (track 7)
Amish Paradise (track 7)
later translated parody versions:
Paratiisihumppa (track 7)
later translated versions:
later versions:
partial recording of:
Wake Up Everybody (track 10)
recording of:
All My Life (track 2)
Be Careful (track 12)
Disco Lady (track 8)
My Prerogative (track 15)
No Diggity (track 1)
Sexual Healing (track 5)
Me and Mrs. Jones (1972) (track 13)
referred to in medleys:
Riff Off (track 1)

CD 2

drums (drum set) programming:
Rayford Griffin (track 4)
bass guitar:
Larry Graham (track 19)
trumpet:
Cynthia Robinson (track 19)
strings arranger:
Wade Marcus (track 8)
membranophone:
Greg Errico (track 19)
synthesizer:
Kenny Edmonds (R&B musician Kenny Edmonds) (track 4)
guitar:
Freddie Stone (track 19)
guitar and keyboard:
Sly Stone (track 19)
bass:
Reggie Hamilton (track 4)
wind instruments [Horn Arrangements] arranger:
Wade Marcus (track 8)
keyboard:
Rose Stone (track 19)
saxophone:
Jerry Martini (track 19)
horn and strings arranger:
Paul Riser (track 1)
additional keyboard:
additional engineer:
Tony Black (producer, engineer) (track 1)
additional performer:
Hart Hollman (track 1)
arranger:
R. Kelly (track 1)
assistant engineer:
David Betancourt (engineer) (track 4)
Milton Chan (Recording Engineer) (track 4)
Marty Hornburg (track 4)
Jamie Seyberth (track 4)
assistant mixer:
Mark Johnson (engineer) (track 1)
assistant recording engineer:
Jason Bacher (track 1)
Rick Behrens (track 1)
Trey Fratt (track 1)
background vocals:
Carla Benson (track 15)
Evette Benton (track 15)
Barbara Ingram (track 15)
Bruce Kelly (track 1)
R. Kelly (track 1)
The Manhattans (New Jersey vocal group, notable for "Kiss and Say Goodbye") (track 15)
Sparkle (US R&B singer) (track 1)
composer:
Lauryn Hill (track 5)
Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) (track 5)
Winfred Lovett (track 15)
Pras Michel (track 5)
Salaam Remi (track 5)
Sylvester Stewart (track 19)
Cecil Womack (track 2)
Linda Womack (track 2)
Kenny Edmonds (R&B musician Kenny Edmonds) (track 4)
R. Kelly (track 1)
Luther Vandross (track 13)
conductor:
Paul Riser (track 1)
dedicated to:
Eazy‐E (track 14)
editor:
Chaz Harper (track 1)
engineer:
Brad Gilderman (track 4)
instruments:
MFSB (track 15)
lead vocals:
R. Kelly (track 1)
lead vocals [singing voice on 1st lead]:
Gerald Alston (track 15)
lyricist:
Winfred Lovett (track 15)
Sylvester Stewart (track 19)
Kenny Edmonds (R&B musician Kenny Edmonds) (track 4)
R. Kelly (track 1)
Luther Vandross (track 13)
mixer:
R. Kelly (track 1)
Stephen George (track 1)
Mick Guzauski (track 4)
orchestra:
producer:
Kenneth Gamble (track 18)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (track 18)
Reggie Lucas (track 8)
James Mtume (musician, aranger, writer -NOT the group Mtume) (track 8)
Kenny Edmonds (R&B musician Kenny Edmonds) (track 4)
R. Kelly (track 1)
programming:
Stephen George (track 1)
Chris Brickley (track 1)
recording engineer:
Stephen George (track 1)
Carl Robinson (US bassist, guitarist & recording engineer) (track 1)
Chris Brickley (track 1)
spoken vocals [spoken voice on 2nd lead]:
Winfred Lovett (track 15)
vocals:
Jerry Martini (track 19)
Rose Stone (track 19)
Larry Graham (track 19)
Freddie Stone (track 19)
Sly Stone (track 19)
vocals arranger:
Reggie Lucas (track 8)
James Mtume (musician, aranger, writer -NOT the group Mtume) (track 8)
Tawatha Agee (track 8)
writer:
Billy Beck (track 16)
Byron McCane (track 14)
Leroy Bonner (track 16)
Wayne Brathwaite (track 11)
Patrick Brown (track 17)
Barry Eastmond (track 11)
Marqueze Ethridge (track 17)
Anthony Henderson (track 14)
Leon Huff (Philly soul producer, of Gamble & Huff) (track 18)
Ernie Isley (track 14)
Marvin Isley (track 14)
O'Kelly Isley, Jr. (track 14)
Ronald Isley (track 14)
Rudolph Isley (track 14)
Ivan Matias (track 17)
Chris Jasper (track 14)
Marshall Jones (US bassist & songwriter, member of Ohio Players) (track 16)
Steve Howse (track 14)
Reggie Lucas (track 8)
Andrea Martin (Singer/songwriter for various dance/soul artists) (track 17)
Gene McFadden (track 18)
Al McKay (track 9)
James Mtume (musician, aranger, writer -NOT the group Mtume) (track 8)
Raymon Murray (track 17)
Billy Ocean (track 11)
Organized Noize (Atlanta hip-hop production group) (track 17)
Clarence Satchell (track 16)
Rico Wade (track 17)
Maurice White (Earth, Wind & Fire) (track 9)
John Whitehead (track 18)
James "Diamond" Williams (US drummer for Ohio Players) (track 16)
Charles Scruggs (track 14)
Cecil Womack (track 2)
Linda Womack (track 2)
phonographic copyright by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1969) (track 19)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1972) (track 18)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1977) (track 9)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1981) (track 13)
publisher:
Bovina Music Inc. (track 14)
EMI Songs Ltd. (tracks 9, 13, 15)
Mijac Music (track 18)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (tracks 18–19)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 18)
mixed at:
recorded at:
The Enterprise (aka Enterprise Studios) in Burbank, California, United States (track 4)
has remixes:
Backstabbers by The O’Jays (track 18)
mash-ups:
sampled by:
Back Stabbaz by Fast Crew (track 18)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 145) (track 19)
is based on:
Crossroad (different song from "Tha Crossroads") (track 14)
later translated versions:
Best of My Love (Japanese Version) (track 9)
recording of:
Back Stabbers (track 18)
Best of My Love (track 9)
Don't Let Go (Love) (track 17)
Fire (track 16)
Fu-Gee-La (track 5)
Never Too Much (track 13)
Pony (track 3)
Teardrops (track 2)
Tha Crossroads (DJ U-Neek’s Mo Thug remix) (track 14)
Everyday People (1969) (track 19)
referred to in medleys:
Riff Off (track 4)