Ten is the 8th album by Brian McKnight, released December 5, 2006, and his first and only for Warner Bros. Records (after leaving his longtime parent labels a year earlier; McKnight had been with Polygram Records, Mercury Records, and Motown; three years later, he would sign a new deal with eOne Music). The album was originally titled, Brian and scheduled to be released on November 14, 2006. Due to the death of Gerald Levert, who died four days prior to the album’s initial release date, it was pushed back and renamed.
The first single, “Find Myself In You” was also available on the soundtrack to the motion picture “Madea’s Family Reunion”. The second single was “Used To Be My Girl” and was followed up in 2007 by “What’s My Name”.
Upon its release Return of the Mack received mixed reviews from music critics, who praised the vocals but misled production. The album debuted at number thirty-two on the US Billboard 200, selling about 63,000 copies in its first week.