Al "Boogie" Carty(Bass), Ricardo Ramos(Guitar), Carlisle Young(Engineer), Dirty Swift(Producer), Glen Marchese(Engineer), Josh Harris(Engineer), Bruce Waynne(Mixing), Dirty Swift(Mixing), Glen Marchese(Mixing), Josh Harris(Programming), Larry Gold(String Arrangements), Mike Rizzo(Mixing), Chris Frazer Smith(Management), Sylvia Rhone(A&R)
01． Officially Missing You [Album Version] (04:04)
02． Officially Missing You [MIDI Mafia Remix] (03:26)
03． Officially Missing You [Rizzo Global Club Mix] (07:08)
04． Officially Missing You [Rizzo Sexy Radio] (03:53)
05． Officially Missing You [Felix's Hechtic Club Mix] (06:25)
06． Officially Missing You [Felix's Hechtic Dub Mix] (06:22)
A native of Canada, urban R&B singer/songwriter Tamia got an early start in the music industry, singing on You Put a Move on My Heart, the first single from Quincy Jones' 1994 hit album Q's Jook Joint, when she was only a teenager. That paved the way for the release of her debut album in 1998.Tamia was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario. As a child, she took acting and singing lessons, eventually
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