two. I have been fortunate enough to listen to the later version and I must say that I do prefer this earlier version a lot more. The earlier omitted tracks are more upbeat, though I did enjoy Everyday's A Party. The vocal-stylings remind me somewhat of Brandy Norwood's, particularly from earlier on in her career though the biggest influence was undoubtedly Ball, whose actual sister Lisa was a member. It's a shame that neither of these promos got a commercial release. Along with the shelved work by Sisqo's group LovHer and Whitney's group Sunday, this album is truly a lost gem. Not a dull moment on it.
EDIT: Despite what many people choose to think, Poke and Tone (The Trackmasters) were not involved in the production of this album. Producers here include Amon Flanagan, Designated Hitters, Travon Potts, Willie Briggs, Touch Tone and Dave Hall.
Could I 4:52
You Don't Know Me Like That 4:18
Best Friend 3:50
This Is How We Roll 4:20
No More 4:45
Trials & Tribulations 5:02
She Don't Love You 4:18
Give It To Me Straight 4:50
You Don't Know Me Like That (Featuring Rah Digga) 4:40
A more comprehensive article written on the group here.