Soft and Wet
|"Soft and Wet"|
U.S. 7" single
|Single by Prince|
|from the album For You|
|Released||June 7, 1978|
|Writer(s)||Prince, Chris Moon|
|Prince singles chronology|
"Soft and Wet" is a song written by Prince. It was his first single, released in 1978 from his debut album, For You. The track is in the funk-disco vein, comprising drums, bass guitar and synthesizers.
The lyrics were co-written by Chris Moon, the producer/songwriter/engineer who discovered Prince in Minneapolis. The song peaked at number 92 (two weeks) on the US Hot 100 chart on November 25, 1978.
R&B singer N'Dambi covered the song for her 2005 album "A weird kind of wonderful" it appears on the Japan-only issue of the said album.
- A. "Soft and Wet" – 3:01
- B. "So Blue" – 4:26
|US Billboard Billboard Hot 100||92|
|US Billboard Hot Soul Singles||12|
- Soft and Wet (7", Single) Discogs
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