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Something Goin' On (In Your Soul)

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"Something Goin' On (In Your Soul)"
Something Goin' On (In Your Soul).jpg
European variant
Single by Todd Terry featuring Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown
from the album Ready for a New Day
LabelLogic Records/RCA Records
Songwriter(s)Todd Terry
Producer(s)Todd Terry
Todd Terry featuring Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown singles chronology
"Keep on Jumpin'"
"Something Goin' On (In Your Soul)"
""Keep on Jumpin'" (Steve Mac Remix)"
Music video
"Something Goin' On (In Your Soul)" on YouTube

"Something Goin' On (In Your Soul)" is a 1997 single by American DJ, record producer and remixer Todd Terry featuring American singers Martha Wash and Jocelyn Brown on vocals. The original song title was shortened to "Something Goin’ On" upon its release as a single, even though the full title was listed on Todd Terry’s Ready for a New Day album. The song peaked within the top 5 in Italy and the UK. It also reached number-one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart the week of July 26, 1997 and spent one week there. The track is the follow-up to their version of "Keep on Jumpin'", which also reached number-one on the Hot Dance Club Play in 1996, and would be the second of two back to back number-ones on the Dance Club Play chart for this collaboration between the three artists.

Critical reception

Fact placed "Something Goin' On (In Your Soul)" at number 21 in their list of 21 diva-house belters that still sound incredible in 2014. They wrote, "There is DEFINITELY something wrong with you if you don’t get why this is incredible."[1] Sunday Mirror commented, "Todd and the boys keep on jumpin' with a fat disco number the like of which hasn't been seen since the last one they did. Serious diva vocals come courtesy of Jocelyn Brown and Martha Wash. Fine."[2]

Track listings

UK 12"[3]
  • A1. "Something Goin' On" (Tee's Remix)
  • A2. "Something Goin' On" (Rhythm Masters Master Dub Mix)
  • B1. "Something Goin' On" (Loop Da Loop Uptown Mix)
  • B2. "Something Goin' On" (Loop Da Loop Downtown Mix)
12" promo[4]
  • A. "Something Goin' On" (TNT Dub Style) (7:12)
  • B1. "Something Goin' On" (Stoney's Diva 2000) (6:32)
  • B2. "Something Goin' On" (Pete's Holy Spirit Vocal Mix) (6:06)
12" commercial release[5]
  • A1. "Something Goin' On" (Tee's Freeze Mix With Preacher) (8:12)
  • A2. "Something Goin' On" (The DFA Mix) (6:38)
  • A3. "Something Goin' On" (Preacher Vocal) (1:26)
  • B1. "Something Goin' On" (Rhythm Masters Mix) (8:35)
  • B2. "Something Goin' On" (Vission & Lorimer Sweepin Style) (5:59)
CD maxi[6]
  • 1. "Something Goin' On" (Tee's Radio Edit) (3:35)
  • 2. "Something Goin' On" (Tee's Freeze Edit With Preacher) (3:35)
  • 3. "Something Goin' On" (The DFA Edit) (3:28)
  • 4. "Something Goin' On" (Tee's Freeze Mix With Preacher) (8:12)
  • 5. "Something Goin' On" (Rhythm Masters Mix) (8:35)
  • 6. "Something Goin' On" (Vission & Lorimer Sweepin Stylee!) (5:59)


Charts (1997) Peak
Belgium (Ultratop) 57
Belgium Dance (Ultratop)[7] 4
Canada Dance (RPM)[8] 9
Europe (Eurochart Hot 100)[9] 14
Germany (Media Control Charts) 93
Italy (Musica e dischi)[10] 4
Netherlands (Tipparade) 5
Netherlands (Single Top 100) 64
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[11] 14
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) 43
UK Singles (Official Charts Company) 5
UK Dance (Official Charts Company)[12] 1
US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 1


  1. ^ Muggs, Joe (January 23, 2014). "Let's Fackin' Ave It! 21 diva-house belters that still sound incredible". Fact. Retrieved December 15, 2019.
  2. ^ Sunday Mirror. June 29, 1997. p. 33. Retrieved November 28, 2020.
  3. ^ [1]
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  7. ^ "Ultratop Dance 13/09/1997". Retrieved May 17, 2018.
  8. ^ "RPM Dance (Aug 25, 1997)". RPM. Retrieved March 6, 2018.
  9. ^ "Music & Media: Eurochart Hot 100" (PDF). Music & Media. Retrieved June 21, 2018.
  10. ^ "Top National Sellers" (PDF). Music & Media. Vol. 14 no. 38. September 20, 1997. p. 14. Retrieved November 27, 2019.
  11. ^ "Official Scottish Singles Sales Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company. Retrieved June 6, 2018.
  12. ^ "Official UK Dance Singles Chart (06 July 1997-12 July 1997)". Retrieved February 12, 2018.

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