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Steady B - Going Steady
Steady B - Going Steady
Performer: Steady B
Title: Going Steady
Label: Jive
Country: US
Released: 1989
Cat: 1286-1-JD
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1546 mb | MP3 size: 1505 mb | WMA size: 1002 mb
Genre: Hip hop

1Going Steady (Single Edit)
Written-By – E. Jones, J. Irving, L. Goodman
2Going Steady (Instrumental)
Written-By – E. Jones, J. Irving, L. Goodman
3Ego Trippin' (Instrumental)4:04
4Ego Trippin' (LP Version)4:04
5Going Steady (Extended Remix)
Remix – Lawrence (L.G. The Teacher) GoodmanWritten-By – E. Jones, J. Irving, L. Goodman
6Going Steady (LP Version)
Written-By – E. Jones, J. Irving, L. Goodman


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ZB43369Steady B Going Steady ‎(7")JiveZB43369Germany1989
ZD 43370Steady B Going Steady ‎(CD, Single)JiveZD 43370UK1989
1286-1-JDCDSteady B Going Steady ‎(12", Promo)Jive1286-1-JDCDUS1989
ZT 43370Steady B Going Steady ‎(12")JiveZT 43370Germany1989


  • Arranged By, Mixed By, ProducerLawrence Goodman, Steady B
  • Executive-ProducerLawrence Goodman
  • Written-ByT. Thomas, W. McGlone


℗1989 Zomba Recording Corp
Made in U.S.A.
An original Sound Recording made by Zomba Recording Corporation


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Zomba Recording Corporation
  • Made By – Zomba Recording Corporation



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Comments (1)
There is something about this 12" which works well.Going steady extended mix that really hits the the soft spot for the smooth operators out there, it's the women's vocal blinded into the tune that works a treat, some may not like it because it's a crossover style like a few years later when Hip Hop RnB was pretty big for awhile however if we move on to Ego Trippin it's right up pure Philly Hip Hop smashing it to the point to any 80s hip hop fan...A great 12 IMO!!