Music in the 90s produced a lot of classic material. Most of the times when we talk about music in the 90s, we tend to lean to hip hop. The slow jams in the 90s had a lot of great artists and groups also. Groups like Jodeci, Jagged Edge, 112, Shai, H-Town, Silk and many more put out classics. One of those groups dropped their debut album 30 years ago today. Lose Control was the debut album from Silk and it blessed the world 30 years ago. Silk formed in 1989 and they were later discovered by Keith Sweat. Happy Days was their first single and it dropped about a month before the album. Lose Control took off after they released their all-time classic Freak Me. Freak Me dropped in February of 1993 and it was certified platinum. The track eventually became the #1 R&B song in the country.
Lose Control was the third single and by far my favorite track off the album. Lose Control is one of my favorite tracks ever of any genre. Silk is one of my favorite acts from the 90s. They last released an album in 2016. In 2018, Silk celebrated 25 years in the music business with two star studded concerts—one at B.B. King’s in New York in February and the other in Atlanta in March. They were also honored with an episode on the popular series Unsung that same year. Check out the track listing for Lose Control and the stream link is below that.
- Interlude (Interlude)
- Happy Days ft. Keith Sweat & The Riddler
- Don’t Keep Me Waiting ft. Gerald & Sean Levert
- Girl U For Me
- Freak Me
- When I Think About You
- Baby It’s You
- Lose Control
- It Had to Be You
- I Gave to You