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Peep This

Peep This is the debut Jamie Foxx’s studio album.  It was released through Fox Records on July 19, 1994. The album was recorded between 1993 and 1994 at Jamie’s home studio. It peaked at #78 in the Billboard 200.

“You can hear every word and all the different stories that I tell.”– Jamie says about the album

Download the album: iTunes / Amazon


Jamie Foxx released 2 singles from the album: “Infatuation” and “Experiment”.

The first single “Infatuation”, was released on May 16, 1994. The song peaked at #36 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart and #92 The Billboard Hot 100.
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“Experiment” was released on September 5, 1994 as the second official single. It peaked at #88 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart.
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  1. “Peep This” – 2:50
  2. “Experiment” – 4:44
  3. “Miss You” – 4:20
  4. “Dog House” (feat. The Poetess) – 4:57
  5. “Infatuation” – 5:01
  6. “Baby Don’t Cry” – 4:23
  7. “Precious” – 4:02
  8. “Your Love” – 4:50
  9. “Summertime” – 4:49
  10. “If You Love Me” – 4:15
  11. “Don’t Let the Sun (Go Down On Our Love)” – 5:25
  12. “Peep This Out” – 0:27
  13. “Light a Candle” (Bonus track) – 5:05

Album Artwork



Album Song Chart Peak position
“Peep This” R&B Albums 12
“Peep This” The Billboard 200 78
“Infatuation” Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 36
“Infatuation” The Billboard Hot 100 92
“Experiment” Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 88


  • Jamie Foxx (vocals, piano, drums)
  • The Poetess (rap)
  • Victor White (guitar, background vocals)
  • Kenny Ford, Sr. (piano)
  • Kenny Ford, Jr. (bass)
  • Jeffrey Suttles (drums)
  • Keith Martin, Sheree Ford-Payne, Anastacia Newkirk, Nathan Walton, Jerome Monroe, Emage (background vocals)
  • DaMone Arnold

All songs were written or co-written by Jamie Foxx. Samples include “I Need A Freak (performed by Sexual Harrassment), “Beatbox (Diversion One)” (performed by Art Of Noise) and “If I Was Your Girlfriend” (performed by Prince).


“In Living Color” comic actor Foxx chases his first musical hit, as he starts out-of-the-gate with a straightforward, slow-paced ballad. Despite the mechanical, formulaic production, the soul of the song shines throught with a heartfelt vocal. A Foxx worth pursuing. – Billboard magazine, 1994