I'm Gonna Make You Mine (Tanya Blount song)

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"I'm Gonna Make You Mine"
I'm Gonna Make You Mine Single Cover.jpg
Single by Tanya Blount
from the album Natural Thing
ReleasedFebruary 2, 1994
Recorded1993–1994
Genre
Length4:47
Label Polydor
Songwriter(s)
  • M. Williams
  • J. McAllister
  • Chantay Savage
Producer(s)
Tanya Blount singles chronology
"I'm Gonna Make You Mine"
(1994)
"Through the Rain"
(1994)

"I'm Gonna Make You Mine" is a song released on February 2, 1994 by American R&B singer Tanya Blount. It is the lead single from her debut album, Natural Thing . The song peaked to No. 57 on the Billboard R&B Singles chart. [1] The song bears no relation to the same-named 1969 Lou Christie hit.

Contents


Track listing

I'm Gonna Make You Mine Promo CD Single


Critical reception

Billboard called it a "hip-swaying pop/funk jam (that) ushers a promising new vocalist into the urban radio fold. Chunky beats click respectably, while Blount vamps with ample range and confidence. She is clearly inspired by a solid song that is strengthened by a catchy sing-along chorus. A mixed bag of sturdy remixes aims for street juice, club approval and mature audience acceptance—and should succeed greatly. An enticing peek into Blount's "Natural Thing" debut." [2]

Charts

Chart (1994)Peak
position
UK Singles (OCC) [3] 85
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs ( Billboard ) [4] 57
US Adult R&B Songs ( Billboard ) [5] 34

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