"Bring It All to Me" is an R&B song with pop influences, released in 1999 by American R&B Vocal trio, Blaque featuring JC Chasez. "Bring It All to Me" was released as the second single from Blaque's self-titled debut album Blaque. The (original) album version, which features JC, was serviced to the radio, while an alternate version, with just the girls was used for the music video, since the version with JC was not picked up by urban radio stations. The song samples Shalamar's "I Don't Wanna Be the Last to Know". The single propelled the trio's success in the United States becoming the group's first and (to date) only top 5 hit, and second top ten hit peaking at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 January 22, 2000 issue, and at number one on the Rhythmic Top 40. It also reached number sixteen on the New Zealand RIANZ singles chart, number fifty-one on the Dutch singles chart, and number fifty-seven on the Swiss singles chart.
- "Bring It All to Me" (main version) - 3:46 
- "Bring It All to Me" (remix) featuring 50 Cent - 4:09
- "Bring It All to Me" (Triple Threat Mix) featuring Free, NY Glaze & Jazz-Ming Mackey - 4:31
- "Bring It All to Me" (remix instrumental) - 4:12
End of year charts
|End of year chart (2000)
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100