'Bout It

'Bout It
'Bout It
Studio album by Jesse Powell
Released September 8, 1998
Label MCA Records
Producer Rodney Jerkins
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R&B singer Jesse Powell's second album 'Bout It released in 1998 on MCA Records. It was released September 8, 1998 on MCA. It charted on the US Pop #63, R&B #15, Heatseekers #1, and was certified gold by the RIAA. The singles released from the album were "I Wasn't With It", "You", and "'Bout It, 'Bout It".

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "I Wasn't With It"   4:21
2. "I Can Tell"   4:42
3. "She Wasn't Last Night"   5:02
4. "'Bout It, 'Bout It"   3:51
5. "Are You Missin' My Love?"   4:55
6. "Up And Down"   4:46
7. "You Should Know"   4:22
8. "You're The One I Love"   4:17
9. "You"   5:18
10. "I Wasn't With It" (remix, CD only) 4:28


  • Gerald Albright – Saxophone
  • Carter Bradley – Make-Up
  • James "Chip" Bunton – Production Coordination
  • LaShawn Daniels – Engineer, Vocal Producer
  • Felipe Darrell – Associate Executive Producer
  • Kevin "KD" Davis – Mixing
  • Ken Deranteriasian – Engineer
  • Joey Elias – Vocals (bckgr), Producer
  • Paul "PE" Elliot – Engineer
  • Paul Erickson – Engineer
  • Mark J. Feist – Producer, Engineer, Mixing
  • Ben Garrison – Mixing
  • Jeff Gibbs – Engineer
  • Rawle Gittens – Engineer
  • Reno Greenfield – Drum Programming
  • Susan Herndon – Engineer
  • Ashley Ingram – Multi Instruments, Producer
  • Jhane Isaacs – Stylist
  • Eric Jackson – Guitar
  • Fred Jenkins III – Multi Instruments, Producer, Mixing
  • Rodney Jerkins – Producer, Mixing, Vocal Producer
  • Jon-John – Multi Instruments, Producer
  • Kenny "K-Smoove" Kornegay – Producer
  • L.D.J. – Multi Instruments, Producer
  • Tim "Flash" Mariner – Engineer
  • Manny Marroquin – Engineer, Mixing
  • Meire Murakami – Design
  • Kenji Nakai – Engineer, Mixing
  • Ashley Pigford – Design
  • Catrina Powell – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Jacob Powell – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Jesse Powell – Vocals, Vocals (bckgr), Producer
  • Tamara Powell – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Chris Puram – Mixing
  • Jon-John Robinson – Producer
  • Pete Rock – Producer, Remixing
  • Carl Roland – Programming, Multi Instruments, Producer
  • Sauce Money – Rap
  • Louis Silas, Jr. – Executive Producer
  • Dwight Sills – Guitar (Acoustic), Producer
  • Dexter Simmons – Mixing
  • Michael Stokes – Engineer, Mixing, Production Supervisor
  • Joe Warlick – Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
  • Emerald Williams – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Darryl Young – Producer

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