|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Enjoy Yourself (Remixes)||4||Audio||1995||MoJazz|
|3||You're Gonna Love It||9||Audio||1995||MoJazz|
|4||You're Gonna Love It||9||Audio||1995||MoJazz|
|5||Backspin Musiq Presents Future Soul Sessions Vol. 2||2||Audio||2008-11-10||Wallshaker Music|
|6||Get Me Off||4||Audio||1995||Motown|
|7||Backspin Musiq Presents Future Soul Sessions Vol. 2||2||Audio||2008-10-27||Wallshaker Music|
|8||You're Gonna Love It||9||Audio||1995||MoJazz|
|9||Summer Nights (Remixes)||3||Audio||1995||Motown|
|10||Can't Get Enough||11||Audio||1997||MoJazz|
|11||Summer Nights (Remixes)||7||Audio||1995||Motown|
|12||Get Me Off||4||Audio||1995||Motown|
|13||Mocha Soul||6||Audio||2003||Big3 Records|
|14||Get Me Off||6||Audio||1995||MoJazz|
|15||Can't Get Enough||11||Audio||1997||MoJazz|
|16||Get Me Off||4||Audio||1995||Motown|
|17||It Is What It Is||11||Audio||2007||JCS Records|
|18||The Definition Of Love||12||Audio||2003||Big3 Records|
Impromp2 was formed in 1993 when Johnny Britt, originally a solo artist, decided he wanted to meld his smoky jazz trumpet and romantic soul singing with a like minded rapper. Wanting to do his own thing, he came up with the idea for Impromp2 then auditioned nearly 50 guys before finding the perfect partner in Sean Thomas.
Impromp2 was among the first acts signed to Motown Records’ subsidiary MoJazz Records. They released their first album, You’re Gonna Love It, in 1995, capturing the urban radio world’s attention with their unique group make-up and musicality. The album was produced by Scotland’s Steve Harvey, a master of smooth groove who would prove to be a key element in the polishing of the Impromp2 sound.
Impromp2 soldiered on, performing before former President Bill Clinton at the White House and participating in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.