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Both the single and album entered the US Hot 100, as well as the UK Top 75 chart (at No.

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This time around, Peniston co-authored three of thirteen tracks ("Whatever It Is", "Give What I’m Givin" and "Maybe It's The Way",), and along with Manny Lehman and Damon Jones, who later became Peniston's manager, she was also credited as an executive producer of her scheduled album release, Thought 'Ya Knew.

Apart from others, also fellow Ohio-born singer Norma Jean Wright joined the session.

But the track, remixed by Eddie Gordon's West End production team, had no supporting music video, and after peaking at No.

36 in April in the United Kingdom, an alternative title ("I'm Not Over You") was chosen for the US market as the second cut from the Thought 'Ya Knew album.

Back then, there was a female rapper [Overweight Pooch] who was on A&M, and I was asked to do some background vocals.

I came over, did the background vocals for her and the label heard it. I was thinking about dating in college, and how I hadn't found that Mr. We went to the studio, finished it up, sent it off to the label and they loved it. I came up with the melody and the lyrics to "Finally" and then R. [Jackson] and Felipe [Delgado], the guys I was working with at the time, put the music to it Her music career began in January 1991, when Felipe "DJ Wax Dawg" Delgado, her friend and a record producer based also in Phoenix, asked Peniston to record back-up vocals for Tonya Davis, a black female rapper known as Overweight Pooch after her childhood nickname.

While on her album Finally Darnnel Rush was credited, on its single release, the name of Kym Sims (who was a co-writer of "Keep On Walkin'") appeared as one of back-up vocalists. 15 in the Hot 100), Later in August, that was also her highest outing in the US R&B chart, scoring at No. On October 17, Billboard magazine announced that Peniston was the leading nominee in the Billboard Music Awards, being nominated in four categories: three times in the dance category with "Finally" (Best New Artist, Best Female Artist and Best Director), and one in the R&B/Rap category (Best Female Artist) for her urban hit "Keep On Walkin'". Additional songs taken from album Finally achieved the Top 40 status at least in the hip hop/R&B field. By the end of the year, Peniston received several awards for her achievements in the music industry for 1992.

With another hit record on the charts, Peniston began a year of touring clubs and small theaters in the USA in support of her album. Ultimately the song won two awards, and three of her singles released in 1992 were listed also within the Top 100 songs of the Billboard Year-End chart (at No. The grieving lyrics of her ballad "Inside That I Cried", co-written by Peniston's then-husband, Malik Byrd (who appeared also in its video), and produced in conjunction with Anita Baker's cohort, Steve Lindsey, peaked at No. Among them, one Billboard Music Award (as Best New Artist – Dance, the second went to the video director Claude Borenzweig), three ASCAP Awards (for Song of The Year, Most Performed Song of The Year, and Pop Songwriter of The Year), another three awards (as Best New Dance Artist, Best Dance Solo Artist, and for Best 12" Dance Record) at the Annual Winter Music Conference, and the BMI Urban Award of Achievement.

However, as the record promptly entered the music charts, it was soon to be evident Thought 'Ya Knew was not enjoying the high-profile success of her previous set Finally.

After its progress had stalled in the Billboard 200 at No.

Her travels started with a series of shows in the Philippines, Japan, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain and Italy, and after her return to the USA, Peniston continued with such R&B acts as Joe Public, the Cover Girls, R. While on tour, "Keep On Walkin'", a hip hop swinging composition, joined the list of Peniston's three consecutively running hits, bringing Peniston in June her third No. Within a year, Peniston was back in the studios to record her sophomore release, and the particular challenge for the vocalist was to avoid getting pigeonholed into the dance genre.

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