Fake" is a song written by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and recorded by American recording artist Alexander O'Neal. It is the first single from the singer's second solo album, Hearsay (1987).
Fake was the lead single from Alexander O'Neal’s sophomore album Hearsay. Jimmy Jam lauded Alexander’s versatility as a vocalist being able to both caress a tender ballad and yet rise to the challenge of a funky song like Fake. The song went on the R&B charts that year and set the tone for the rest of the album’s chart success.
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Listen to music from Alexander O'Neal like Criticize, Fake & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Alexander O'Neal. Alexander O'Neal (born November 14, 1953, in Natchez, Mississippi), was a member of The Time when the group first formed in 1980. However, he was dropped immediately from the group, supposedly for seeming "too black".
Alexander O'Neal (born November 15, 1953) is an American R&B singer, songwriter and arranger from Natchez, Mississippi. In a music career spanning more than 40 years, O'Neal is an accomplished R&B and soul singer. O'Neal came to prominence in the middle of the 1980s as a solo artist, releasing fourteen singles that entered the Top 40 charts in the US during the 1980s and 1990s.
Fake" is a 1987 single by Alexander O'Neal. The single was O'Neal's most successful song on both soul and pop charts. Fake" went to number one on the Hot Black Singles chart for two weeks, and peaked at number twenty six on the Hot 100. The single was also O'Neal's most successful single on the dance charts peaking at number seven. The song was later interpolated for Patti LaBelle's 1997 hit, "When You Talk About Love" repeating the "Patti Patti" refrain after the singer demands her background to say her name.
Fake, A Broken Heart Can Mend (7"). Fake (Extended Version) (12", Maxi). 650859 7. Alexander O'Neal.
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- Producer – Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis
NotesProduced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
|ZS4-07100||Alexander O'Neal||Fake / A Broken Heart Can Mend (7")||Tabu Records||ZS4-07100||US||1987|
|4Z9-06788||Alexander O'Neal||Fake (12", Single)||Tabu Records||4Z9-06788||US||1987|
|650859 7, TBU 650859 7||Alexander O'Neal||Fake (7", Single)||Tabu Records, Tabu Records||650859 7, TBU 650859 7||Europe||1987|
|12AP 3367||Alexander O'Neal||Fake (Extended Version) (12", Maxi)||CBS/Sony||12AP 3367||Japan||1987|
|TBU 650859 6, 650859 6||Alexander O'Neal||Fake (Extended Version) (12")||Tabu Records, EPIC||TBU 650859 6, 650859 6||Spain||1987|