The group Jagged Edge got their start and the attention of the mainstream audiences with their recorded single called That Way That You Talk. The group then went on to capitalize on this new found success by releasing the full length album called A Jagged Era, that would eventually maintain a gold status
|Girl It's Over||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|Jagged Edge - Promise|
|I Don't Wanna||Hard||2003|
|What's It Like||Hard||2003|
|Jagged edge - Goodbye||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|Let's Get Married||J.E. Heartbreak||2000|
|I'll Be Damned||Baby Makin' Project||2007|
|Respect||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|Round And Round||Baby Makin' Project||2007|
|True Man||J.E. Heartbreak||2000|
|What You Tryin' To Do||J.E. Heartbreak||2000|
|Can We Be Tight||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|In The Morning||Hard||2003|
|He Can't Love You||The Best Of||2011|
|Wednesday Lover||A Jagged Era||1998|
|Head of Household||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|Jagged Edge - All Out Of Love||Bad Company||2002|
|Wifey||This Is the Remix [EP]|
|Without You||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|Funny How||A Jagged Era||1998|
|Jagged Edge ft. Jermaine Dupri & Loon Promise|
|Gotta Be||Slow Jams #1|
|Sunrise||Baby Makin' Project||2007|
|Can't Get Right||Baby Makin' Project||2007|
|Remedy||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|The Rest Of Our Lives||A Jagged Era||1998|
|He Can't Love U||J.E. Heartbreak||2000|
|Goodbye||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|Season's Change||The Hits||2006|
|Best Man||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|Jagged Edge - Walked Outta Heaven|
|Sexy||04-17-10 Hip-Hop Rnb Singles||2010|
|Full Time Lover||Xclusive R&B 10.5||2008|
|Baby Feel Me||Jagged Edge||2006|
|Way To Say I Love You||Baby Makin' Project||2007|
|Lay You Down||Lay You Down||2010|
|Tonight||Purple Sub - Pillow Talk||2009|
|Slow Motion||A Jagged Era||1998|
|Get This||Baby Makin' Project||2007|
|Driving Me To Drink||Jagged Little Thrill||2001|
|Walk Out Of Heaven||Down South Rap, R&B||2005|
|Lets Get Married||Romantic Valentines Day||2011|
|Keys To The Range||J.E. Heartbreak||2000|
|The Way That You Talk||A Jagged Era||1998|
|Addicted To Your Love||A Jagged Era||1998|
Jagged has kinda a set fan base, they know our sound. Whenever they hear a Jagged record, they know it.
City of Atlanta
The group Jagged Edge got their start and the attention of the mainstream audiences with their recorded single called That Way That You Talk. The group then went on to capitalize on this new found success by releasing the full length album called A Jagged Era, that would eventually maintain a gold status by the record certification company. The album would produce the single called I Gotta Be that would reach number eleven on the R&B charts of the United States as well as the Hot 100. They would tour to support this album gaining many additional fans throughout the United States as well as in their home city of Atlanta, Georgia with their musical style that revolved around R&B and a style called the New Jack Era.
Jagged Edge would continue to tour for support of their album and then take a short break. After the break the group would go back in the studio to produce their next full length album called J.E. Heartbreak in the year 2000. The album would prove to be a great success for the group and break them further into the mainstream with many singles that would receive airplay on the numerous R&B radio stations around the country. The album would sell copy after copy and would eventually be certified as double platinum.
The album contained the hit called Let’s Get Married and the single would top R&B charts throughout the country and go to number eleven on the Hot 100 charts. The second single off of the album was called He Can’t Love You would also garner similar success but would not quite reach the number one mark. The single called Promise that had a late release date would also go on to reach number one on R&B charts and number nine of the Hot 100. There was one flop on the album and it was called Keys to the Range.
After a supporting tour for their last album, the group Jagged Edge would go back into the studio to produce the album called Jagged Little Thrill, which was released in 2001. Like their previous album, Jagged Little Thrill would be certified platinum, which mainly stemmed from the single Where The Party At that would top out at number one on R&B charts and number three on the Hot 100. They would not be stopped and get plugging along going back to the studio to release the album called Hard in 2003.
The album did not fair quite as well as the others and would only achieve gold status although it did have some singles to make it to the Hot 100. After that album, the band would release their self titled album called Jagged Edge in May of 2006. The album still did not gain the attention as their other albums but would go gold by the end of a year of release. During the same year, the group would release a greatest hits album called The Hits, which would also contain a few more tracks other than their top charting singles. The group went through a label change over this time but would come out to release another album that was controversially called Baby Makin’ Project.
The group’s success has waned over the last couple of years as their albums have not gotten quite the representation on the charts as the one’s released prior to the last. The many fans of Jagged Edge can go to their official website to find out when they will be on tour and what appearances they have scheduled for the next year. Some of their music may be available as free music downloads or at minimum for internet viewing.
Did You Know
The group’s last album would feature the female artist Ashanti on the song called Put a Little Umph In It.