30. Queen Pen "Party Ain't A Party" (1997)
Producer: Teddy Riley, Knobody
Album: My Melody
Label: Lil' Man / Motown Records
On the strength of her appearance on BLACKstreet's '96 single "No Diggity," Queen Pen had a little buzz leading into the release of her debut LP, My Melody, which dropped a year later. And while she had a few noteworthy singles from the album ("Man Behind The Music" and "All My Love," respectively), it's the Earth, Wind and Fire-inspired "Party Ain't A Party" which proved to be her only timeless record.