Faith Evans: “Maybe”

- By Bossip Staff Categories: New Music, News

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Here is the new single from Faith called “Maybe”. We haven’t heard from her in a minute. With the Neptunes on board, does she have a hit on her hands?


  • athena

    Don’t care

  • Deeboi



    The song is aight! I actually like Faith I think she is very underrated. She has such a smooth great voice. But sometimes I just want her to sing sing like she’s in church cause I know she can.

  • Marsha

    Its okay….It might grow on me, but she sounds good as uaual

  • mslively6

    i think it’s great to see Faith back at it, with the shortage –or virtual non-existance of REAL female vocalists in the industry these days (aside from Chrisette Michele and Beyonce), her reappearance is refreshing.

    it sounds like this song was created specifically with her in mind. sounds good to me.

    peace & love.

  • Deeboi

    Now time for my comment…the song is very Mary J-esque. Not really feeling it. The saxophone part is corny…BOO to the Neptunes. And at 2:18 it just sounds like cats caught in the middle of a tribal rain dance……………


    Track is ok…I guess…I heard it on

  • dayg715

    finally! my girl is back!! love the song!

  • The One

    Not a hit at all. Better luck next time.

  • tintin

    its okay but the lyrics are real bland plus this sounds like the 702 song pharrell produced years ago with the bells. I don’t know sounds a little too young.

  • Carolyn

    this song sucks ass!!! FAITH TRY HARDER NEXT TIME

  • Rebel78

    she looks like the PR girl for Derwin on The Game

  • PrettyMissSunshine

    I like it. I don’t love it but I do like it. I can hear the similarity to 702’s song “I still love you” But this song is very melodic and catchy. I am not a faith fan AT ALL, but I think she might have a winner with this one.

  • ifokust


    C’mon Faith….you was my favourite!!!!

    Keyshia Cole has this r&b thang on luck for 2008 I guess.


    i like it. sounds like 702s ‘i still love you’.

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