Rub You the Right Way
|"Rub You The Right Way"|
|Single by Johnny Gill|
|from the album Johnny Gill|
|Released||March 13, 1990|
at Flyte Tyme Studios
|Genre||New jack swing|
|Writer(s)||James Harris III, Terry Lewis|
|Producer(s)||Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis (album version)
DJ Eddie F, Dave "Jam" Hall, Pete Rock (remix)
|Johnny Gill singles chronology|
"Rub You the Right Way" is a song by Johnny Gill. Taken as the first single from the artist's debut album under Motown, the hit song spent one week in May 1990 at number-one on the US R&B chart, and made it to number three on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in August of that year. The single also peaked at number sixteen on the dance charts and was Gill's first single upon the breakup of New Edition and his biggest hit to date. A remixed version of the song exists with a rap verse from CL Smooth.
|US Billboard Hot 100||3|
|US Billboard Hot R&B Singles||1|
|US Billboard Dance Music/Club Play Singles||16|
|US Billboard Hot 100||23|
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