|Single by T-Boz|
|from the album Fled|
|Released||July 18, 1996|
|T-Boz singles chronology|
"Touch Myself" is song recorded by American musician Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins for the soundtrack album of Fled. It was released by Rowdy Records as the album's lead single and as Watkins' first solo single apart from her group TLC on July 18, 1996.
A music video (directed by Bille Woodruff) was made with and without clips from the film.
A remix was also made featuring rapper Richie Rich, and produced by Jermaine Dupri. The remix also had a music video which did not contain clips from the movie. In 1997 it was released as the third single from Richie Rich's 1996 album Seasoned Veteran. It peaked at number 40 giving her her first top 40 hit.
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||48|
|U.S. Hot Dance Music||3|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||40|
Credits and personnel
Credits adapted from the CD single.
- Recording and management
- Recorded and mixed at DARP Studios (Atlanta, GA)
- Mastered at The Hit Factory (New York City, New York)
- Contains a sample of "Hey Young World", written by Ricky Walters and performed by Slick Rick, published by Def American Songs, Inc., courtesy of Def Jam Recordings, Inc.
- Contains a sample from "Who the Cap Fits", written by Edmund Carl Aiken, Jr. PKA Shinehead, and performed by Shinehead, published by African Love Music/Def American Songs, Inc. under license from African Love Music
- Managed by Hiriam Management
- Published by EMI April Music Inc., Darp Music (ASCAP)