I'm Still in Love with You (New Edition song)

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"I'm Still in Love with You"
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Single by New Edition
from the album Home Again
B-side "You Don't Have to Worry"
ReleasedSeptember 15, 1996
Format CD single, 7", 12", cassette, maxi
Recorded1996
Genre
Length4:39 (album version)
Label MCA
Songwriter(s) James Harris III, Terry Lewis
Producer(s) Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
New Edition singles chronology
"Hit Me Off"
(1996)
"I'm Still in Love with You"
(1996)
"You Don't Have to Worry"
(1996)

"I'm Still in Love with You" is the second single from American R&B/pop group New Edition as a sextet from their sixth studio album Home Again (1996). The song was released on September 15, 1996 as the album's second single by MCA. Ralph Tresvant and Ricky Bell sing lead vocals; all six members sing background vocals throughout the song. The video for "I'm Still in Love with You" was shot at Villa Vizcaya in Miami, and once again featured all six members. The song was a big success on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number seven, and was the second single to be certified gold from the Home Again project.

Contents

Track listings and formats

12" vinyl [1]
  1. "I'm Still in Love with You" (LP Version)
  2. "You Don't Have to Worry" (Vocal Version) (featuring Missy Elliott)
  3. "You Don't Have to Worry" (Vocal Version) (featuring Fat Joe)
12" promo [2]
  1. "I'm Still In Love With You" (Concrete Jungle Full Version) 4:45
  2. "I'm Still In Love With You" (Concrete Jungle Instrumental) 4:44
  3. "I'm Still In Love With You" (Concrete Jungle Drumapella) 4:45
  4. "I'm Still In Love With You" (Unplugged Full Version) 5:05
  5. "I'm Still In Love With You" (Unplugged Instrumental) 5:08
  6. "I'm Still In Love With You" (Brooklyn Baller's Full Version) 4:52
  7. "I'm Still In Love With You" (Brooklyn Baller's Instrumental) 4:47
CD single [3]
  1. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Single Edit)
  2. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Acappella)
  3. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Intro Version)
  4. "You Don't Have to Worry" (Vocal Version) (featuring Missy Elliott)
Promo CD/Maxi-Single [4]
  1. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Single Edit)
  2. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Single Edit Long Intro)
  3. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Album Version)
  4. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Instrumental)
  5. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Suite)
  6. "I'm Still in Love with You" (Acappella)

Charts and certifications

Weekly charts

Chart (1996)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 [5] 7
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales [6] 7
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs [6] 7
U.S. Rhythmic Top 40 [6] 4
U.S. Top 40 Mainstream [6] 16

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
United States (RIAA) [7] Gold600,000 [8]

*sales figures based on certification alone

Credits

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