Arrington left Slave in 1982, forming Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame, and had hit singles such as "Weak at the Knees" (which was sampled by Three Times Dope, Jay-Z, Jermaine Dupri, . A, and others), and "Nobody Can Be You But You". His most successful album was his 1985 solo work Dancin' in the Key of Life, whose title track became a Top Ten R&B hit. The single also spent three weeks at number two on the dance charts. Another single from the album, "Feel So Real" reached in the UK Singles Chart in May that year. He was nominated for.
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Dancin' in the Key of Life is the debut solo studio album (not including two albums released earlier in the decade with Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame) by American R&B/soul singer Steve Arrington. It was released in 1985 via Atlantic Records, and was produced by Keg Johnson and Wilmer Raglin. The album peaked at number 185 on the Billboard 200 and number 32 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Its self-titled lead single peaked at on the Hot 100 and on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.
Album by Steve Arrington. Feel So Real (Vocal, Extended Version). is a remix of. Feel So Real by Steve Arrington (1985).