Keep It Comin' Love

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"Keep It Comin' Love"
Single by KC and the Sunshine Band
from the album Part 3
Released May 16, 1977
Format 7" Vinyl
Recorded 1976
Genre Disco[1]
Length 3:53
Label TK Records
Writer(s) Harry Wayne Casey
Richard Finch
Producer(s) Harry Wayne Casey
Richard Finch
KC and the Sunshine Band singles chronology
"I'm Your Boogie Man"
(1977)
"Keep It Comin' Love"
(1977)
"Black Water Gold"
(1978)

"Keep It Comin' Love" is a 1977 disco song recorded by KC and the Sunshine Band. It appeared on their 1977 album Part 3. The song, like its predecessor "That's the Way (I Like It)", became widely successful due to its sexual double entendres. The song shows the influence of island and Caribbean rhythms.

KC and the Sunshine Band version[edit]

"Keep It Comin' Love" peaked at no. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, but made it to number one on the Hot Soul Singles chart.[2] It was also a minor crossover to the Adult Contemporary chart, peaking at no. 36.[3] The song was also an international chart hit, reaching no. 1 in Canada and charting in Australia (no. 28), Belgium (no. 5), the Netherlands (no. 8), New Zealand (no. 19) and the UK (no. 31).

The song was featured in the films Private Parts (1997), Blow (2001) Inside Deep Throat (2005), Wedding Crashers (2005) and Freak Out (2006).

It was featured in a 2010 Payless ShoeSource commercial.

It was featured and heard in MineCon 2013 on November 2-3, 2013 at Orlando, Florida.

Chart performance[edit]