|3||If There Ain't Nothing|
|6||700 Mile Situation|
|8||I've Known the Garden|
|11||How I Do|
|12||They Say Vision (Guiseppe D Remix)|
|13||If There Ain't Nuthin'|
|14||Edge of Seventeen|
|18||They Say Vision|
|19||They-Say Vision (Bastone & Burnz club mix)|
|20||They Say Vision (DJ Encore remix)|
|29||They Say Vision - DJ Encore Remix|
Shareese Renée Ballard, better known by her stage name Res, is an African American singer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her musical style is a blend of indie pop, soul, and rock. She is currently involved in promoting and releasing her next solo project called ReFried Mac EP, produced by Philadelphia producer Tom Spiker. The Ep called ReFried Mac was released on October 29, 2013. She is also writing her next solo full length album called RESET, set for a 2014 first quarter single release.
Res released her debut album, How I Do, in 2001 along with its first single "Golden Boys." Despite heavy rotation on VH1, the song did not catch on in radio play. "Ice King" (Remixed by Nas) emerged as the second single later that year but also failed to break through with radio audiences and no video was filmed. In early 2002, Res released the third single from How I Do, "They-Say Vision."