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Something About You (New Edition song)

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Released  December 20, 1996
Genre  R&B
Recorded  1995
Label  MCA
Format  CD single, 12" maxi single
Writer(s)  James Harris III, Terry Lewis, Alan Aly, Edie Brickell, John Bush, John House, Kenneth Withrow

"Something About You" was the third single on New Edition's Home Again album, prominently sampling Edie Brickell's track "What I Am". While the song was released individually in the UK, a remix was released as a B-side with the accompanying single "One More Day" in the US (much like the release of its predecessors "I'm Still in Love with You"/"You Don't Have to Worry"). Ralph Tresvant sang lead vocals and Bobby Brown co-lead vocals. The video for "Something About You" shared the same location and setting as its predecessor "I'm Still in Love with You" where it was shot at Villa Vizcaya in Miami.

Personnel

  • Ronnie DeVoe: background vocals
  • Bobby Brown: ad-libs and background vocals
  • Ricky Bell: background vocals
  • Michael Bivins: background vocals
  • Ralph Tresvant: lead vocals and background vocals
  • Johnny Gill: background vocals
  • References

    Something About You (New Edition song) Wikipedia


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