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Real Love" is a song recorded by American singer Mary J. Blige for her debut studio album What's the 411? (1992). It was written and produced by Cory Rooney and Mark Morales. The song samples Audio Two's 1987 song "Top Billin'", and was issued as the album's second single on August 25, 1992.
Real Love" Released: 2006. Rush the Floor" Released: 2006. Massari is the self-titled debut album by Lebanese/Canadian R&B artist Massari released on May 31, 2005 under the label CP Records. It was co-written and co-produced by both rapper Belly and Massari and other producers included on the album are DaHeala and Lynx. The album features the hit tracks "Smile for Me" (featuring Loon), "Be Easy", " "Real Love", and "Rush the Floor" (featuring Belly)
The album will come four years after their debut studio album New Eyes, which featured the breakout hits "Rather Be" and "Real Love" with Jess Glynne. Clean Bandit's more recent succesful singles "Rockabye" featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie, "Nowhere" featuring Rita Ora and KYLE, and "Symphony" with Zara Larsson are all set to appear on the second album. The group has also released the cover art for What Is Love?, which sticks to the colorful, surreal theme of their previous album and single artwork
Real Love (Sarah Connor album). Real Love is the eighth studio album by German recording artist Sarah Connor, released by Epic on October 22, 2010 in German-speaking Europe. Connor's first album in two years, it involves production by Alexander Geringas, Robin Grubert, Michelle Leonard, and Erik Lewander as well as her frequent contributors Kay Denar and Rob Tyger.
Real Love (Phat Remix) by Colin Butts, Alex Ellenger (1993). Real Love (Thomas Penton Remix) by Thomas Penton (2004). Released as the album's second single on August 25, 1992, it became Blige's first top-ten hit, peaking at number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100. It also peaked at number one on both the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Rhythmic charts, and was eventually certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on November 4, 1992.
Oh when I met you I just knew That you would take my heart and run Until you told me how you felt for me You said I'm not the one So I slowly came to see All of the things that you were made of And now I hope my dreams and inspiration Lead me towards a real love. The second single from the album, "Real Love" was Mary J. Blige's first top-ten hit. The song was released on the 25th of August 1992 and peaked at number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100. This song's drum sequence is sampled from "Top Billin'" by Audio Two.
Love so true, and oh baby, I thought that love was true I thought that you were the answer to the question in my mind But it seems that I was wrong, if I stay strong, maybe I’ll find A real love.