Bet You Didn’t Know: Secrets Behind The Making Of “A Low Down Dirty Shame”

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The Soundtrack

Though the film featured huge talent for the ’90s including Zhane, Changing Faces, UGK, Tevin Campbell and R Kelly, it failed to do exceptionally well on the charts. It peaked at number 70 on the Billboard 200 and 14 on the R&B charts. A review of the soundtrack by Stephen Thomas Erlewine of said “there is a noticeable lack of memorable material, leaving the record as nothing but a pleasant genre exercise.

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