|One on One|
|Studio album by|
|Released||18 April 1994|
One on One is the second studio album by British pop singer Yazz. The album was released in April 1994, more than five years after her debut album, Wanted. The album contains the UK Top 40 hit single "How Long", a duet with Aswad.
Yazz commenced recording sessions for a second album with Big Life Records in 1989, as the follow-up to Wanted. Following the release of the "Treat Me Good" single (UK #20, SUI #28, NED #48, GER #55,AUS #100) in June 1990, an album titled Revolution of Love was scheduled for release, but was ultimately shelved when Yazz parted with the record company.
Following the release of Yazz's first single with Polydor Records in March 1992, "One True Woman" (UK #60), an album of the same name was planned for release in May 1992, but was cancelled. Several tracks recorded for this album ended up on One on One, eventually released two years later, although "One True Woman" was not among them.
Three singles were released from the album: a cover version of the Ace song "How Long" (UK #31, GER #52), "Have Mercy" (UK #42, GER #86), and a cover version of The Korgis' "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" (UK #56). The album failed to chart, however.