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Filipino Freestyle: Jocelyn Enriquez: Do You Miss Me?

"Do You Miss Me?" is a song written by Glenn Gutierrez, performed by Jocelyn Enriquez, released in 1996 on Tommy Boy Records. "Do You Miss Me?" came about when her actual lover abruptly ended their relationship. The song became the lead single from her second album, Jocelyn released in 1997. The song made a sharp impression on the public, becoming her biggest hit thus far. "Do You Miss Me?" peaked at #17 on the Rhythmic Top 40, #14 on the Top 40 Mainstream chart, #8 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart, #49 on the Billboard Hot 100 (Dec. 7, 1996) and #12 on the Canadian Singles Chart. In 2001, a fast-paced rock cover version of the song was released by Lucky Boys Confusion.

 Jocelyn Enriquez Do You Miss Me Freestyle Mix

About Jocelyn Enriquez at Billboard.com:

For a majority of her childhood in San Francisco, Jocelyn Enriquez had the opportunity to flex her vocal talents. From her early adolescent years performing with the San Francisco Girls Chorus and the San Francisco Opera Company later on, her stage experience eventually won her a recording contract with Classified Records by the time she turned 16. Her debut Lovely hit the streets in 1994, prompting Tommy Boy Records to take notice and release Enriquez's follow-up, conveniently titled Jocelyn three years later. Her first single "Do You Miss Me" hit the R&B and dance charts in 1997, and Enriquez earned the opportunity to tour with such acts as the Fugees, LL Cool J, Brandy, Mase and Dru Hill. Following her return to the Bay Area in 1998, she accepted the award for Best R&B Artist at the Bay Area Music Awards and was honored at the 1998 "Bridge Builders" Asian American Leadership Awards. ~ Mike DaRonco, Rovi

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