"Every Little Step" is a single released by R&B singer Bobby Brown in 1988 on the MCA label. It had a cultural impact comparable to Michael Jackson's 'Billy Jean', only on a smaller scale. The video featured Brown twisting, turning, and spinning, creating a new era for dancers from the local clubs to the school dances. The video also featured Brown's stair step haircut that became the norm for urban blacks across the country.
Released as the fourth single on his second album Don't Be Cruel, it reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100, #1 on the Hot Black Singles chart, and #6 on the UK Singles Chart. Brown also raps on the song in the video version. This version is available on The Remix Album Dance!... Ya Know It.
Usher also covered Evey Little Step on his 1999 Live album.
The song was sampled in "If You Must" by Del Tha Funkee Homosapien.