Workout (RuPaul song)

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"WorkOut"
Rupaulworkoutsingle.jpg
Single by RuPaul
from the album Red Hot
Released 2005
Format CD
Recorded 2004
Genre
Length 3:56 (album version)
Label RuCo, Inc.
Songwriter(s)
[1]
Producer(s)
[1]
RuPaul singles chronology
"Looking Good, Feeling Gorgeous"
(2004)
"WorkOut"
(2005)
"People Are People"
(2006)

"Looking Good, Feeling Gorgeous"
(2004)
"WorkOut"
(2005)
"People Are People"
(2006)

"WorkOut" is the second single from RuPaul's album Red Hot. The song is a dance/house song about feeling liberated while dancing. The expression "work out" is (not exclusively) gay slang for expressing one's self exuberantly; it is similar to RuPaul's coined phrase "You better work!". Two versions of the single were made available; one version, with 8 tracks, was released by RuPaul on her own RuCo, Inc. label. The other version, a 3 track version released only in Germany, was released on the Dance Street label.

Music video[edit]

The music video was catered to club play and features a montage of RuPaul in different outfits singing the song in locations such as a roof top and a dance club.

Track listings[edit]

  • WorkOut (The RuMixes) (Ruco, Inc. Single)
  1. WorkOut (Blueroom Radio) – 3:30
  2. WorkOut (Junior's Spirit Club) – 7:51
  3. WorkOut (Eric Kupper Dub) – 7:52
  4. WorkOut (Blueroom Mix Show) – 7:22
  5. WorkOut (Junior's NYC Radio) – 3:39
  6. WorkOut (Joe Carrano's Ragged Radio) – 3:31
  7. WorkOut (Junior's Club Dub) – 6:55
  8. Looking Good, Feeling Gorgeous (D1 Music ReDux) – 4:39
  • German Single
  1. WorkOut (Joe Carrano's Ragged Radio)
  2. WorkOut (Junior's Spirit Club)
  3. Looking Good, Feeling Gorgeous (Looking Good Feeling Gomi Mix)

Credits and personnel[edit]

  • RuPaul – lead vocals, producer
  • Omri Anghel – producer
  • Robert Brown – songwriter
  • Sharlotte Gibson – background vocals
  • Frankie Knuckles – songwriter
  • Eric Kupper – songwriter
  • John Madden Jr. – songwriter
  • Darrell Martin – producer, background vocals
  • Tom Trujillo – background vocals

Source:[1]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
position
US Dance Club Songs (Billboard)[2] 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "WorkOut—The RuMixes". RuPaul.com. Retrieved August 14, 2011. 
  2. ^ "RuPaul Chart History (Dance Club Songs)". Billboard. Retrieved January 29, 2011.