A Little Bit of Love (RuPaul song)

"A Little Bit of Love"
Single by RuPaul
from the album Foxy Lady
Released February 25, 1997
Format CD
Recorded 1996
Genre Dance
Length 3:55
Label Rhino
Writer(s) RuPaul, Joe Carrano
Producer(s) RuPaul and Joe Carrano
RuPaul singles chronology
"A Little Bit of Love"

"A Little Bit of Love" is a song and music video performed and produced by drag icon RuPaul and released on February 25, 1997. This was the second single released from the Foxy Lady album. The song was written by RuPaul and Joe Carrano and released through Rhino Records and features guest vocals by Vicki Sue Robinson.

The song reached number twenty-eight on the Hot Dance Club Play chart in the US. The CD single contained six remixes: Welcome's Extended Original Mix, Moretta Electro-Funk Mix, Welcome's Sly Vocal Extended Mix, Hot Mix Version Mix, Moretta Love Beats Mix, and the Edge Factor Dub Mix.

The single's music video depicted RuPaul along with female impersonator Jazzmun and transgender cabaret performer Candis Cayne as aliens out to conquer the world. The video received a GLAAD Media Award nomination for "Best Video of 1998." The clip, directed by Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey, was in included on RuPaul's Work It Girl compilation DVD.

RuPaul performed the song that same year on The Ricki Lake Show.[1]

Track listings

  1. A Little Bit Of Love (Plastik Vocal) (7:44)
  2. A Little Bit Of Love (Edge Factor Dub) (7:30)
  3. A Little Bit Of Love (Welcome's Sly Vocal Extended Mix) (7:32)
  4. A Little Bit Of Love (Welcome's Extended Original Mix) (7:07)

Chart performance

Chart (1997) Peak
US Dance Club Songs (Billboard)[3] 28


  1. "Video A Little Bit of Love (Live on Ricki Lake) van RuPaul - Myspace Video". Vids.myspace.com. 2009-12-18. Retrieved 2012-02-01.
  2. "RuPaul - A Little Bit Of Love (vinyl) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2012-02-01.
  3. "RuPaul – Chart history" Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs for RuPaul. Retrieved January 29, 2011.
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