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In the height of the Bad Boy era, Stevie worked as a mega porducer on some of the music empire's tracks and even helped Faith out with a ,000 check when she hit a financial rough patch.“I wanted to purchase a house, I was renting this expensive apartment in the city and I wanted to buy me a house in South Jersey," Faith shared with VLAD TV in October 2014.I would be like, “I’m sorry, we don’t speak the same language! Sometimes you meet people who aren’t great for you but thankfully I am in a different place. If you feel like Sexually he is trying to push you to fast speak up. Anybody that knows your worth it will stick around.On things she would not put up with now that she is older and knows better When I was younger I didn’t question things but now I am annoying! They might not talk to you about it, they may talk to you about it but if they argue with you or if they call you a name or if they roll out they are not meant to be in your life anyways….
After Swing Mob folded and Jordan signed with Bad Boy, he continued a working relationship with Swing's younger brother and fellow Jodeci member Dalvin De Grate, producing and singing on De Grate's solo debut album, Met. He has been previously linked to Eve and Alex Martin.He worked often with label owner Sean "Puffy" Combs, producing on several Bad Boy projects, such as the self-titled debut album of R&B quartet 112. He has also produced for Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Brian Mc Knight, Ma$e, Lil' Kim, Deborah Cox, Simbi Khali, Tamia and Tevin Campbell.Jordan produced their lead single "Only You" featuring The Notorious B. Jordan also co-wrote the 2001 hit single "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" for Eve. Jordan went on to win a Grammy Award for production work on Combs' No Way Out album, most notably the Notorious B. In the summer of 1997, three of the aforementioned Stevie J-produced records (I'll Be Missing You, Mo Money Mo Problems, and Honey) topped the Billboard Hot 100 consecutively from the chart weeks of June 14 through September 27, 1997. G.'s Life After Death album, such as "Mo Money Mo Problems", "Nasty Boy", "Notorious Thugs" (featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony), "Another", "You're Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You)", and "Last Day". From the album, he produced songs like "Honey" (the album's lead single), "Breakdown" (featuring Bone Thugs-n-Harmony), "Babydoll", and for Carey's #1's (1998) "I Still Believe" and "Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To)".