His father has disowned him but his mother and Flipper still occasionally give him money, when he asks.
Although the album was created for the movie, it was released before the movie's premiere in May 1991.
It has 11 tracks, all of which are written by Stevie Wonder, except for one.
Jungle Fever is a 1991 American romantic drama film written, produced and directed by Spike Lee, and stars Wesley Snipes, Annabella Sciorra, Lee, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Samuel L.
Jackson, Lonette Mc Kee, John Turturro, Frank Vincent and Anthony Quinn.
As Lee's fifth feature-length film, the film explores an interracial relationship—its conception and downfall—against the urban backdrop of the streets of New York City in the 1990s.
Flipper Purify (Wesley Snipes), a successful and happily married architect from Harlem, is married to Drew (Lonette Mc Kee)—together the two have one daughter, Ming (Veronica Timbers).
Flipper moves in momentarily with his father The Good Reverend Doctor Purify (Ossie Davis) and Mrs. Later, Angie comes home to a severe and brutal beating with a belt from her father after word gets out that she is dating a black man.
Flipper and Angie decide to find a place and move in together.
Angie and her boyfriend Paulie (John Turturro) have been dating since high school, and he runs a corner store.
Flipper and Angie begin to spend many nights in the office working late but one night, the two have sex.
Throughout the film, Lee depicts several implicit and explicit examples of racism.