“Love Me” is the lead single from American R&B group 112 from their second studio album, Room 112 and options vocals from rapper Mase. Q and Mike share lead vocals on the music, with Slim providing adlibs. It peaked at quantity 17 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and reached quantity eight on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart. A music video directed by Frosty for the track was made, featuring the group and Mase performing in a white background. The track contains a sample of the 1981 record, “Don’t You Know That?” by recording artist Luther Vandross from his debut album, Never Too Much.
The video version of the track is slightly totally different from the album model. It features a number of the similar couples from the “Tender Kisses” video and is filmed in the identical means as “Tender Kisses” in appearance and the general look of unhappiness. One scene focuses on a person, unconscious, who has a door on his chest indicating the door to his heart. A girl standing over him has a window on her chest and reaches into the window to retrieve and flower and locations it into the doorway on the person’s chest. Text is out there beneath the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms could apply.
“Love Me” adopted up Spencer’s quantity-one success of “Tender Kisses” on the Hot R&B Singles chart by peaking at number 2 in April 1992. On the Billboard Hot 100, the single carried out moderately, hitting quantity 48 by the summer of 1992. “Love Me” is a 1992 track by American singer–songwriter Tracie Spencer. Released on February 4, 1992, this song is the fifth and last single from Spencer’s second album, Make the Difference which was released in August 1990.