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"5 Minutes" is the debut single performed by American R&B vocalist, Lil' Mo. The song features production and guest vocals by frequent collaborator Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott and originally served as the lead single from the original soundtrack of Why Do Fools Fall in Love (1998). However, because it was ignored by American mainstream radio outlets, the song was instead released as the soundtrack's first international single while contenders "I Want You Back" and "No Fool No More" were chosen in its place as a leading single.

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  • "5 Minutes" is the debut single performed by American R&B vocalist, Lil' Mo. The song features production and guest vocals by frequent collaborator Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott and originally served as the lead single from the original soundtrack of Why Do Fools Fall in Love (1998). However, because it was ignored by American mainstream radio outlets, the song was instead released as the soundtrack's first international single while contenders "I Want You Back" and "No Fool No More" were chosen in its place as a leading single.
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  • "5 Minutes" is the debut single performed by American R&B vocalist, Lil' Mo. The song features production and guest vocals by frequent collaborator Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott and originally served as the lead single from the original soundtrack of Why Do Fools Fall in Love (1998). However, because it was ignored by American mainstream radio outlets, the song was instead released as the soundtrack's first international single while contenders "I Want You Back" and "No Fool No More" were chosen in its place as a leading single.
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