"The Diva, The Doc* & The Joc"*** is about a Tony Award-winning mother and a risk averse, cerebral father are blessed with a son who is a natural-born competitive athlete, they are forced outside their parental comfort zones and into the high octane world of youth sports.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Diva, The Doc & The Joc - Thought 'Ya Knew - Netflix
Thought 'Ya Knew is the second solo studio album released by American singer CeCe Peniston, issued on January 10, 1994 by A&M Records. Peniston collaborated with her Chicago-based producer Steve Hurley, Carsten Schack and Kenneth Karlin (better recognized as duo Soulshock & Karlin) from Denmark, David Morales, Sir Jinx, and on one track (“Forever in My Heart”) also with the multiple Grammy Award-nominee Brian McKnight. Decided not getting pigeonholed into the dance genre, the singer recorded for the set several ballads, trying to move into a R&B direction. Unlike its predecessor Finally, her second album was, therefore, a calculated mixture of pop ballads and R&B beats, though incorporating also other genres, such as jazz (“I'm in the Mood”), funk (I'm Not Over You“), reggae (”Through Those Doors“) and gospel (”I Will Be Received"). The album received generally mixed reviews from music critics, and commercially, it proved to be a moderate success. Debuting on February 12, 1994 at number 102 on the Billboard 200, the album reached its peak a week later at number ninety-six, while spending nineteen weeks on the US chart in total. Overseas, the album entered the UK Albums Chart at number thirty-one, but charted for only two weeks there. Other territories included Switzerland (at number thirty-two), Japan (at number sixty-six), Netherlands (at number sixty-nine), and Germany (at number ninety-two). Four official singles were released from the set, three of which entered the Billboard Hot 100, as well as the UK Singles Chart. All of them became successful on the dance chart, bringing Peniston two additional number one hits on the US Hot Dance Club Songs. In Japan, the album was shortly followed by Remix Collection, which featured alternate versions of songs issued on singles. The album was not accompanied by a worldwide tour.
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