Stephanie Mills ‎– (You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (1987)

“(You’re Puttin’) A Rush on Me” is a 1987 single by American singer Stephanie Mills. The single was her third number one on the Hot Black Singles chart and second number one in 1987. The single spent one week at the top spot and crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number eighty-five. “(You’re Puttin’) A Rush on Me” also peaked at number twenty-three on the dance charts.

Written by Paul Laurence (Freddie Jackson/Lillo Thomas/Evelyn “Champagne” King/Meli’sa Morgan) and Timmy Allen (Change/Millie Jackson/Lillo Thomas), the US 12″ featured a range of mixes by Louil Silas Jr.

(You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (Extended Club Mix)                  8:33

(You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (Radio Edit)                               5:50

(You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (Instrumental)                            5:50

(You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (Rushapella)                              5:05

(You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (Bonus Beats)                           6:00

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Stephanie Mills ‎– (You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (1987)

Stephanie Dorthea Mills (born March 22, 1957) is an American R&B, soul and gospel singer, songwriter, and Broadway star.

In 1973, Mills’ musical recording career was launched when she was signed to Paramount records by Michael Barbiero, and her first single “I Knew It Was Love” was released. She was later signed to Motown. Her first two albums there failed to generate a buzz as the label could not find Mills’ sound and she left the label in 1976.

Musical success was elusive until 1979, when signed under the 20th Century Fox Records record label, Mills found her breakthrough in disco music, recording songs such as “Put Your Body In It“, “You Can Get Over”, and “What Cha’ Gonna Do With My Lovin'”. The resulting album, What Cha’ Gonna Do with My Lovin’, was Mills’ first gold record.

Success for Mills had peaked until 1986, when her version of the Angela Winbush-penned “I Have Learned to Respect the Power of Love”, hit #1 on the R&B singles chart. Mills truly returned, however, with her next release, If I Were Your Woman in 1987 under MCA Records, which she was now signed. The hits from the album include the title track, originally a hit for Gladys Knight & the Pips in 1971; a three-week #1 R&B hit, “I Feel Good All Over” (a song her label mate Patti LaBelle did not wish to cover); and “You’re Puttin’ a Rush on Me”, to name a few of the songs released. The album reached platinum status.

“(You’re Puttin’) A Rush on Me” was her third number one on the Hot Black Singles chart and second number one in 1987. The single spent one week at the top spot and crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number eighty-five. “(You’re Puttin’) A Rush on Me” also peaked at number twenty-three on the dance charts.

(You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (Urban Mix)                     6:26

(You’re Puttin’) A Rush On Me (Sub-Urban Mix)              5:15

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