"If You Love Me" is a song by R&B group Brownstone, released on October 24, 1994 by MJJ Music and Epic Records. It is the second single from their debut album From the Bottom Up. The song was written by Gordon Chambers, Nichole Gilbert, and Dave Hall, and features a sample from "Spellbound" (1990) by American rapper K-Solo. "If You Love Me" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance in 1996, but lost to "Creep" by TLC.
"If You Love Me" is Brownstone's biggest hit, peaking at number eight on both the US Billboard Hot 100 and the UK Singles Chart, as well as number two on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart. It also topped the New Zealand Singles Chart for five weeks and reached the top 20 in Australia, France, Ireland and the Netherlands. The music video for the Remix features rapper Craig Mack. In 2015, Canadian rapper Tory Lanez sampled the song for his hit single "Say It". Billboard named the song number 84 on their list of 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time.