Don't Leave Me

Don't Leave Me

"Don't Leave Me" is a single by R&B group Blackstreet, produced by R&B producer and New Jack Swing legend Teddy Riley. Following the path of Tupac's "I Ain't Mad At Cha" a single released after his death in September 1996, "Don't Leave Me" was the second song released as a hit single to implement the melody of "A Dream", an underground album track from the Motown family group by DeBarge featured on their 1983 LP, In A Special Way that otherwise would not have been as well-recognized without these songs of the late 1990s that implemented the melody. The popularity of the DeBarge melody that resulted from the Tupac and BLACKstreet songs gave way to "A Dream" making its way to the big screen by having a special rendition implemented in dance audition scene of the 1997 20th Century Fox film Soul Food.

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