Pleasures U Like is the third studio album by Jon B. It was the third album for Tracey Edmonds' label Yab Yum Record label which at the time of its release changed their name to Edmonds Record Group. On Pleasures U Like, Jon reunites with past producers Babyface and Tim Kelley and Bob Robinson (Tim & Bob), who each produce one song. Also present on the album is Joshua P. Thompson, a songwriter and producer who is best known for his work with the R&B singer Joe.
Despite the album being certified gold, Jon felt it was not marketed and promoted properly. The only song released from the album as a single was "Don't Talk"- which was due primarily to Jon wanting to get out of his contract with Epic Records. As a result, this would be his final album released on a major label. Ten years after the release of Pleasures U Like, a song from the album "Calling on You" would later be known as the sample on Drake's song "Cameras" from his sophomore album Take Care.
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