Keep On Walkin' (song)

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"Keep On Walkin'"
Single by CeCe Peniston
from the album Finally
B-side Remix
"I'm in the Mood"
"Finally"
Released May 5, 1992
Format CD single
CD Maxi
Cassette
7" single
12" Maxi
Recorded 1991
Genre House, Dance-pop, New jack swing
Length 3:49
Label A&M
Writer(s) Steve Hurley, Marc Williams, Kym Sims
Producer(s)

Steve Hurley, Ike Lee, Aaron Lyles, Maurice Joshua, Manny Lehman, Mark Mazzetti

Music sample
Music video
"Keep On Walkin'" - official on YouTube
"Keep On Walkin' - live" on YouTube
CeCe Peniston singles chronology
"We Got a Love Thang"
(1992)
"Keep On Walkin"
(1992)
"Inside That I Cried"
(1992)
Compact disc

"Keep On Walkin'" is a 1992 song by the musician CeCe Peniston, recorded for her debut album release Finally on A&M Records.

The song (written by Steve Hurley, Marc Williams and Kym Sims) was released as the singer's third single from the album and was her third number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. In addition, the single peaked at number three on the US R&B chart, number fifteen on the Hot 100, and number ten in the UK.

An additional, "Special Extended" remix version of the track was later released on "I'm In The Mood.

Credits and personnel[edit]

Track listings[edit]

CD Maxi, Europe, AMCD 878, 390878-2[1]
  1. "Keep On Walkin'" (7" Version) - 3:43
  2. "Keep On Walkin'" (12" Original Mix) - 5:04
  3. "Keep On Walkin'" (Silky Soul 7") - 4:09
  4. "Keep On Walkin'" (Silky Soul 12") - 6:26
  5. "Keep On Walkin'" (Maurice's Underground Vox) - 6:05
  6. "Keep On Walkin'" (Silky Soul Dub) - 5:52
CD Maxi, US, Promo, 75021 7337-2[1]
  1. "Keep On Walkin'" (LP Edit) - 3:58
  2. "Keep On Walkin'" (Original Feel 7") - 3:55
  3. "Keep On Walkin'" (Silky Soul 7") - 4:09
  4. "Keep On Walkin'" (Hard Urban 7") - 4:25
  5. "Keep On Walkin'" (Mellow 7") - 4:19
  6. "Keep On Walkin'" (Original Feel 7" without Rap) - 4:22
  7. "Keep On Walkin'" (Hard Urban 7" without Rap) - 4:25
  8. "Keep On Walkin'" (LP Version) - 4:30
  9. "Keep On Walkin'" (Silky Soul 12") - 6:25
  10. "Keep On Walkin'" (Hard Urban 12" Mix without Rap) - 5:52

Charts[edit]

Chart successions[edit]

Preceded by
"Club Lonely"
by Lil Louis & The World feat. Joi Cardwell
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play
number-one single

June 27, 1992
Succeeded by
""Nothing Can Stop Us"
by Saint Etienne
Preceded by
"Set Me Free"
by Clubland
Canadian RPM 10 Dance/Urban
number-one single

August 1, 1992
Succeeded by
"Set Me Free"
by Clubland

Music awards and nominations[edit]

ASCAP Awards[edit]

Year Nominated artist Nominated work Award Category Result
1992 Steve "Silk" Hurley "Keep On Walkin'" ASCAP Award ASCAP Writer's Award Won[11]

Billboard Music Video Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1992 "Keep On Walkin'" Best Female Artist - R&B/Rap[12] Nominated

Keep On Flossing[edit]

"Keep On Flossing"
Single by L.C. and CeCe Peniston
B-side Remix
Released August 9, 2011
Format digital single
Recorded 2011
Genre Hip-hop, dance
Length 3:25
Label WWMG
Producer(s)

Duane DaRock

Music sample
CeCe Peniston chronology
"Stoopid!"
(2011)
"Keep On Flossing"
(2011)
"Finally '11"
(2011)

On August 9, 2011 Peniston released a remixed version of the song "Keep On Flossing", as a duet with fellow West Swagg Music Group rapper Lavon Collins self-called as L.C. (The One).[13]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Track listings[edit]

Digital single[13]
  1. "Keep On Flossing" (Radio Version) - 3:26
Digital single, Promo[14]
  1. "Keep On Flossing" (Radio version) - 3:26
  2. "Keep On Flossing" (A cappella version) - 3:25
  3. "Keep On Flossing" (Instrumental version) - 3:25

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k For reviewing track lists, covers and/or additional notes regarding the all releases of the single "Keep On Walkin'" issued to date, follow the discogs link.
  2. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Keep On Walkin'" - Belgium (in Dutch)". Radio 2. Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroep. 1992-06-27. top30-2.radio2.be. Retrieved 2011-03-20. "#16" 
  3. ^ a b For peak positions of "Keep On Walkin'" single in Canadian RPM 100 chart, use the first link. For its peak position in RPM 10 Dance/Urban chart, use the second link. Note: Up to 1994 RPM published only Top 10 positions for dance/urban category, since 1995 Top 30 list is effective.
  4. ^ a b For peak positions of "Keep On Walkin'" single in the Netherlands, follow the Dutch Top 40, or the Single Top 100 link, depending on a preferred chart list. Both are considered as the official charts in the country, however 'Nederlands Top 40' does not provide an albums chart. Note: "Keep On Walkin'" scored at #4 in Dutch 'Tipparade' list that compiles 30 records that did not enter the Dutch Top 40 list (ie. similar to U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100). Therefore, #4 in Dutch 'Tipparade' equals to #44 in Nederlandse Top 40.
  5. ^ For the peak position of "Keep On Walkin'" in Ireland, search either by the song's title, or the artist's name using the following link.
  6. ^ For peak positions of "Keep On Walkin'" single in UK, choose the singles link, or the chartstats link to view full run of the single in England.
  7. ^ For the top position of "Keep On Walkin'" in U.S. Cashbox chart, follow the either the cashboxmagazine link, or see the pdf document at hitsofalldecades link in addition.
  8. ^ a b c d For peak positions of "Keep On Walkin'" in USA, use the general links, and/or, in order to view there not-listed top positions, respectively additional information such as peak date(s) and/or weeks spent on chart(s), you will have to subscribe to billboard.biz website to vie also the specific billboard.biz links.
  9. ^ "American Top 40 Year-End Survey 1992". American Top 40. KIIS-FM. 18.ocn.ne.jp. Retrieved 2011-07-20. 
  10. ^ a b c d e For peak year-end chart positions of "Keep On Walkin'" in UK year-end chart, use the hitsofalldecades link. For U.S. end of year lists, only billboard.biz subscribers will access the specific billboard.biz links.
  11. ^ "'Steve "Silk" Hurley - Biography". Silk Entertainment. Comcast Interactive Media. March 2007. home.comcast.net. Retrieved 2011-03-20. "He received ASCAP Writer's Awards for "Keep On Walkin'", "Too Blind To See It" and "I'm Not Over You" 
  12. ^ "Peniston Leads Nominees For Billboard Music Video Awards". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. 1992-10-17. p. 79. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  13. ^ a b "CeCe Peniston - "Keep On Flossing" - Digital Single". iTunes. Apple. itunes.apple.com. Retrieved 2011-10-01. 
  14. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "Keep On Flossing" - Digital Single, Promo". New Digital 12Inch. DJ-LEAGUE EU. http://newdigital12inch.com. Retrieved 2011-10-01. 

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