Brownstone "If You Love Me" (1994)

Album: From the Bottom Up

For fans of BenZel and Jessie Ware, "If You Love Me" has risen to the top again, and they can thank the ladies of Brownstone for the original hit. Brownstone harmonized, danced, and got sassy as hell in the chart-topping hit—and it was all acapella, making it more effective than anyone could have anticipated. It was a ladies' anthem to the fullest extent. The visuals were energized, too, with exaggerated emotion put into scenes where the focus was nothing more than the females' incredible voices.

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