Round And Round is the sixth track on Prince’s twelfth album Graffiti Bridge, and is credited to Tevin Campbell (his only track on the album). Soon after the album’s release, Round And Round was released as the album’s second single (and the first single to be credited to Tevin Campbell). The track is also featured in the movie Graffiti Bridge. In 1991, the Soul Mix Edit of the track was included as the first track on Tevin Campbell’s first album T.E.V.I.N. (sixth track and fifth song on the vinyl release).
While specific recording dates are not known, basic tracking took place circa December 1989 at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota (during the same sessions that produced New Power Generation). The original version of the track, before being remixed by Junior Vasquez, was included as the sixth track on a 1990 configuration of Graffiti Bridge, but when the track was remixed in Spring-Summer 1990, Prince liked the results and included the remixed version on the album. The original version (prior to the remixes) of the song remains unreleased.