Steppin' Out (Cleopatra Album) - Making The Album - Writing and Recording

Writing and Recording

After the success of their debut Comin' Atcha! and gaining attention in the U.S., including a Top 40 entry for "Cleopatra's Theme," the girls entered the studio to start work on their then-untitled second album. The girls decided the direction of this album would be R&B and not pop like their first album. Cleo again was the main songwriter having penned the entire first album and her sister and band mates are credited as co-writers.

Employing a variety of production teams including Cutfather & Joe, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis Stargate and bass guitarist and background vocalist Debra Killings. The album was recorded at various U.S. and U.K. locations as well as in Norway and Denmark.

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