The Force M.D.'s debut studio album, "Love Letters," released on September 28, 1984, marked a significant moment in the evolution of R&B music. With their unique blend of soulful harmonies and contemporary R&B sensibilities, the group had matured into a formidable force in the music industry. "Love Letters" showcased their remarkable vocal talents and set the stage for their future success. The album included standout tracks such as "Let Me Love You," "Forgive Me Girl," and "Itchin' for a Scratch," each of which contributed to the group's growing reputation as a quiet storm and contemporary R&B sensation.
One of the album's defining moments was the release of the single "Tears," which soared to the top of the R&B charts and solidified The Force M.D.'s status as a major player in the genre. "Tears" captured the essence of quiet storm R&B with its emotional lyrics and smooth, melodic delivery. This top-ten R&B hit from "Love Letters" showcased the group's ability to connect with listeners on a deep and soulful level, setting the stage for a career filled with memorable performances and chart-topping hits. "Love Letters" remains a classic in the R&B landscape, a testament to The Force M.D.'s enduring talent and influence in the world of music.