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|"U Got It"|
|Single by Cleopatra|
|from the album Steppin' Out|
|Songwriter(s)||Hallgeir Rustan, Yonah Lynvest, Cleopatra Lynvest, Zainham Higgins, Christine Higgins, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen|
|Cleopatra singles chronology|
"U Got It" is a 2000 single by U.K. girl-group Cleopatra, the second single from their second album, Steppin' Out . It was written and produced by Stargate and Cleo Higgins and was the only single from the album to be released as a single in the United States.
The video for the song was the number one requested on Nickelodeon and also made the TRL and 106 & Park countdowns. Despite that, the single failed to make an impact on charts.
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