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Evans' sophomore effort, Keep the Faith, followed in 1998 and spun off more than a few R&B hits over the next year, counting "Love Like This," "All Night Long," and the Babyface-produced R&B number one "Never Gonna Let You Go." In the interim, she worked with Aaron Hall, Tevin Campbell, and DMX, among others, and also made prestigious guest appearance on two 1999 hits, Whitney Houston's "Heartbreak Hotel" and Eric Benet's "Georgy Porgy."
She began dating and finally married record managerial Todd Russaw, who took an active role in helping direct her career. In 2001, Evans released her third album, faithfully, a more up-tempo record that established her strongest reviews to date; it also shaped hit singles in "You Gets No Love" and "I Love You," and her duet with Carl Thomas on "Can't Believe" was designated for a Grammy. It was her last album for Bad Boy, however; Evans stirred to Capitol in 2005 for The First Lady