"Personality" is a 1959 R&B, pop hit with music and lyrics by Harold Logan and Lloyd Price. It was released as a single by Price, and became one of Lloyd Price's most popular crossover hits.
Although it is obviously about a woman, it attached itself to him, and he became known as Mr Personality.
The song was also recorded by Anthony Newley, and his version made #6 in the UK shortly before Price's recording hit. The B Side to the Newley recording was "My Blue Angel"; the original runs to just 2 minutes 35 seconds and was released on the ABC-Paramount label backed by "Have You Ever Had The Blues", apparently with no questionmark.
The single reached number 2 for three weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, kept from the number 1 spot by "The Battle of New Orleans" by Johnny Horton. The song was also a number 1 U.S. R&B hit, maintaining the top spot for four weeks. Billboard ranked it as the number 3 song for 1959, with the number 1 slot going to "The Battle of New Orleans".