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from her 1998 album “One Wish” became a smash on radio and number one single on the Billboard R&B Chart.
This time around, in an interview we did with him last year, he shared the story behind “We Can’t Be Friends”: Shep Crawford: Actually it was written for a group by the name of 98 Degrees, I don’t know if you remember the group, you might be too young to remember.
He asked to make it a duet between them and a group called Shades of Brown. “We Can’t Be Friends” was a song I wrote a very long time ago, one of the songs I wrote before I was a noted producer.
So I went back in and made it a duet and it didn’t happen with the groups. I remember as a kid watching the end of a TV series called Joanie Loves Chachi and they broke up.