Let's Get to It is the fourth studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue, released on 14 October 1991 by PWL Records. Like the majority of her previous recordings, production credits and creations were handled by Stock, Aitken and Waterman, but also featured other writers and producers for the works of the studio album. Unlike her previous records, the album derives a more pop and R&B influenced-music, with various styles off new jack swing, hip-hop, dance-pop, house music and disco, similar to her previous studio album.
Critically, the album received mixed reviews from music critics. Most critic's noticed a musical and symbolic change towards Minogue's image, while some criticized it for being too unrecognizable and criticized most of the input of the record. Let's Get To It remains Minogue's least successful studio album to date, missing the top ten in both her native Australia and United Kingdom. Nonetheless, the album was certified gold in Australia. A promotional tour, entitled Let's Get to It Tour managed to have success around Europe.
Recorded during the summer of 1991, Let's Get to It was Minogue's last studio album for PWL. Combining new jack swing, soul, dance, house and techno influences, Let's Get to It allowed Minogue to develop her songwriting with six tracks co-written with Mike Stock. The album is long out-of-print.
Let's Get to It is Minogue's least successful album to date. It is her only studio album to miss the top ten in both Australia and the United Kingdom, reaching #13 and #15 respectively. It is also her only studio album not to be certificated by BPI. The album also reached #37 on the Japanese Oricon Albums Chart.
A VHS was released following the album titled Let's Get To...The Videos. The video included four music videos from Minogue's previous album Rhythm of Love, two music videos from Let's Get to It, and exclusive behind the scenes footage.