CeCe Peniston - The Heart And Soul Of CeCe Peniston (Four Selections From "Finally") album download
|1||Keep On Walkin'||4:31|
|3||I See Love||4:46|
|4||You Win, I Win, We Lose||4:02|
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Finally (CeCe Peniston album). Along with the release of Peniston's single Keep On Walkin'" that successfully entered the music charts, a four track promo EP entitled The Heart and Soul of CeCe Peniston (Four Selections from Finally) was issued in United States in support of the singer's debut album.
Finally is the debut album by American singer CeCe Peniston, released on January 28, 1992 by A&M Records. Prior to the release of this album, Peniston released her debut single "Finally", which topped the US Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play chart on October 26, 1991, peaking eventually at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number two in the UK Singles Chart. Along with the release of Peniston's single "Keep On Walkin'", a four-track promo EP titled The Heart and Soul of CeCe Peniston (Four Selections from Finally) was issued in the United States in support of Finally. Apart from her third US Dance number-one hit "Keep On Walkin'", the EP also featured "Crazy Love", which was also promoted with a single, as well as two other songs from Finally-"I See Love", and "You Win, I Win, We Lose" (with background vocals by Malaika).
American recording artist CeCe Peniston entered the music industry as a backup vocalist on the Overweight Pooch's album Female Preacher, released in July 1991 on A&M Records.
Redirected from Finally 2011). Finally" is the 1991 debut single by American musician CeCe Peniston from her debut album, Finally. Finally" became Peniston's first (and biggest) hit song, peaking at number five on the US Billboard Hot 100 in January 1992 and becoming her only US top-ten hit to date. Prior to that, the track was a major success on the US Dance charts, where it spent two weeks at number one in late 1991.
CeCe Peniston’s 1991 house hit Finally started out as a poem she wrote in college when she was 21. It was also the first song she ever wrote-it became a Dance hit in 1992 and paved the way for Peniston’s career as a vocalist. Peniston was pulled into the studio to sing backing vocals for a female rapper named Overweight Pooch. She told 5 Magazine: I came over, did the background vocals for her and the label heard it.
Finally " is the debut album by R & B, dance singer CeCe Peniston, released in 1992 on A & M Records. The album yielded two singles " Finally " ( co - written by Peniston ) and " We Got A Love Thang " that topped the dance charts. Keep On Walkin " was also a 3 R & B hit. We Got a Love Thang ( 5:29 ) Finally ( 4:03 ) Inside That I Cried ( 5:51 ) Lifeline ( 4:52 ) It Should Have Been You ( 5:50 ) Keep on Walkin ' ( 4:30 ) Crazy Love ( 4:48 ) I See Love ( 4:46 ) You Win, I Win, We Lose ( 4:02 ) Virtue ( 4:47.
CeCe Peniston (born Cecelia Peniston, September 6, 1969 in Dayton, Ohio) is an American Female R&se singer-songwriter music singer who scored an international hit single in 1991 with her debut song "Finally". Cecelia Peniston moved to Phoenix, Arizona, United States at the age of 9. She attended Trevor Browne High School in Phoenix and later took to entering beauty pageants where she was crowned Miss Black Arizona in 1989.
The Heart & Soul Of CeCe Peniston (Four Selections From "Finally"). CeCe Peniston (born Cecilia Veronica Peniston; September 6, 1969) is an American recording artist and former beauty queen. At the beginning of the 1990s, she was considered to be one of the most successful dance club artists in the history of the . Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play, scoring five major number one hits in the chart within three years. Her signature song Finally ( in the Hot 100 and in UK Top 75) became one of the biggest dance singles, selling three million copies worldwide.