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So Good (Electrik Red song)

"So Good"
How to Be a Lady: Volume 1
Released February 3, 2009
Format CD Single, Digital Download
Recorded 2009
Genre R&B
Length 3:25 (Original Version)
3:29 (Remix)
Label Def Jam Records/Radio Killa
Writer(s) Sean Hall, Terius Nash, Christopher Stewart
Producer The-Dream, Tricky Stewart, Sean K.
Electrik Red singles chronology

"Drink In My Cup"
"So Good"

Lil Wayne singles chronology
"Respect My Conglomerate"
"So Good"
"Maybach Music 2"

"So Good" is the lead single for the debut album How to Be a Lady: Volume 1 by Urban girl group Electrik Red. The single was released on February 3, 2009 in the US and internationally on April 7, 2009. The remix version features rapper Lil Wayne, both the original and remix versions have music videos and were included on the album.

Track listing

Russian CD Single[1]

  1. So Good (Clean) - 3:32
  2. So Good (Dirty) - 3:32
  3. So Good (Instrumental) - 3:30

US Digital Download 1[2]

  1. So Good (Main Version) - 3:25

US Digital Download 2

  1. So Good (Remix) (Feat. Lil Wayne) - 3:29

Chart performance

Chart (2009) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 60


External links

  • So Good (music video) Electrik Red official site
  • So Good (Remix featuring Lil Wayne) (music video) Electrik Red official site
  • Electrik Red official site
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