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"I Shouldn't Have Done It" Single by Slick Rick from the album The Ruler's Back B-side I Shouldn't Have Done It Released June 6, 1991 Format Vinyl, Cassette, CD Recorded 1990 Genre Hip hop Length 4:05 Label Def Jam Recordings Writer(s) Ricky Walters Producer Vance Wright Slick Rick singles chronology "Hey Young World" (1989) "I Shouldn't Have Done It" (1991) "Mistakes of a Woman in Love with Other Men" (1991) "I Shouldn't Have Done It" was the first single released from Slick Rick's second album, The Ruler's Back. It was released on June 6, 1991, by Def Jam Recordings with production from Vance Wright and lyrics written by Slick Rick. It would be the most successful single from the album, being the only one of three singles to make it to the Billboard charts. It reached number fifty on the Hot R&B Singles chart and number two on the Hot Rap Singles chart. The single was used in the soundtrack for the motion picture Livin' Large!, and clips from the film was used in the music video for the song. Track listing A-side "I Shouldn't Have Done It" (Extended Mix)- 4:05 "I Shouldn't Have Done It" (Radio Edit)- 3:08 B-side "I Shouldn't Have Done It" (Instrumental)- 4:06 "I Shouldn't Have Done It" (A Cappella)- 3:08 This hip hop song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e