What'cha Gonna Do

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"What'cha Gonna Do"
CD Single Cover for Eternal Whatcha Gonna Do CD1.jpg
Single by Eternal
from the album Eternal
Released 18 October 1999
Format CD single
Recorded 1999
Genre Soul, Rhythm & Blues
Length 4:09
Label EMI
Songwriter(s) Easther Bennett, Vernie Bennett
Producer(s) Troy Taylor, Charles Farrar
Eternal singles chronology
"Angel of Mine"
(1997)
"What'cha Gonna Do"
(1999)
"Angel of Mine"
(1997)
"What'cha Gonna Do"
(1999)
Alternative Cover
UK CD2
UK CD2

"What'cha Gonna Do" was the final single to be released from British R&B girl group Eternal. "What'cha Gonna Do" was the lead (and only) single from their final studio album Eternal. It was the only single released from the group as a duo (consisting of Easther & Vernie). It was released in late 1999.

Release[edit]

"What'cha Gonna Do" was released as a CD single on 18 October 1999. The single managed to chart at Number 16 on the UK Singles Chart making it their only single not to reach the Top 15. It also managed to peak at No.29 in Japan, No.30 on the Dutch Top 40 & No.34 in Sweden. "What'cha Gonna Do" also peaked at No.84 in Germany.

Music video[edit]

The music video is very different from Eternal's previous videos. The video is set out in a desert at night, the desert appears to be on a different planet as the girls float around through parts of the video. Easther and Vernie are seen in numerous outfits throughout the song and they also take part in a dance routine. At the end of the video the girls fly up to camera and sing the last line of the song, "Aint nowhere to run, when He's looking for you...", the video ends abruptly and the screen turns black.

Track listings[edit]

UK CD Single
  1. "What'cha Gonna Do"
  2. "We're Not Making Love Anymore"
  3. "Got To Be The One"
UK Mixes Single
  1. "What'cha Gonna Do" (The Beatmasters Remix)
  2. "What'cha Gonna Do" (Masters At Work Remix)
  3. "What'cha Gonna Do" (Lisa Marie Experience Remix)
  4. "What'cha Gonna Do" (Characters Remix)

Charts[edit]

Chart (1999) Peak
position
Dutch Single Top 100 30
German Singles Chart 84
UK Singles Chart 16

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