Outside the United States, the song peaked within the top ten of the charts in the United Kingdom. The songs serves as the opening track on La Face Records.
There is also a radio version that excludes Left Eyes rap bridge, catered to Adult R&B formats.The video features rapper Lisa Lopes of TLC, Young Blood Z, T.I would say that I wasn’t the greatest of parents in my younger years mainly because I was on the road a lot. I’m in the process of trying to put together a hat line.I really didn’t get a chance to watch my children grow. I think that’s growth and becoming a man in general. That’s been my signature since the beginning of my career."U Know What's Up" is a 1999 hit song by singer-songwriter-producer Donell Jones' second studio album, Where I Wanna Be. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart on November 13, 1999, and stayed at number one for eight consecutive weeks.
It peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, remaining there for two consecutive weeks.I would say “Where I Wanna Be” was my most personal album that I put out and “Forever” is no different than that.Everything about “Where I Wanna Be,” I lived every moment of that and that’s why those songs are so personal. It’s my life, my struggles, growing up…life in general. I feel like it’s a natural progression for me to be able to make more decisions for my own career instead of have someone else dictate my career. I think it’s the quality of the music that has been coming out.Since then the Chicago native has consistently released quality music that many R&B listeners can enjoy.It goes without saying that Jones’ most successful and highly appreciated album is “Where I Wanna Be,” which was released in 1999.Speaking of relationships, do you have any advice for other couples out there? The album includes the title track and “Beautiful” as the official singles.