What Time Is It? (song)

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"What Time Is It?"
Single by High School Musical Cast
from the album High School Musical 2
Released July 17, 2007[1](Radio Disney)
July 31, 2007 (iTunes)
Format CD, digital download
Recorded 2007
Genre Dance-pop, teen pop, R&B
Length 3:18
Label Walt Disney
Writer(s) Matthew Gerrard and Robbie Nevil
High School Musical singles chronology
"Breaking Free"
(2006)
"What Time Is It?"
(2007)
"You Are the Music in Me"
(2007)
Corbin Bleu singles chronology
"Deal with It"
(2007)
"What Time Is It?"
(2007)
"I Don't Dance"
(2007)
Vanessa Hudgens singles chronology
"Say OK"
(2007)
"What Time Is It?"
(2007)
"You Are the Music in Me"
(2007)
Ashley Tisdale singles chronology
"Be Good to Me"
(2007)
"What Time Is It?"
(2007)
"He Said She Said"
(2007)

"What Time Is It?" is the opening musical number and first single from the Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical 2. It is featured on the High School Musical 2 soundtrack, and is the first song off the High School Musical 2 soundtrack.

The song had its world premiere on Radio Disney on May 25, 2007[1] as part of its Planet Premiere featurette. On June 8, Disney premiered the video as a sneak peek in multiple nations at close to the same time. The single was released on July 16, 2007 worldwide, and on July 17, 2007 in the United States.

The song was played during the Sydney Harbour New Years Eve fireworks on December 31, 2007.

Music video[edit]

Ashley Tisdale as Sharpay (center) in the music video.

The song's video clip and the sequence in the movie commence with the whole of the East High Wildcats in a classroom. On the blackboard in that classroom, a photo is visible with Sharpay and Ryan Evans performing "Bop to the Top", next to where it says "School's Out!" A poster for the East High Winter Musical, "Twinkle Town", featuring Troy Bolton (Zac Efron) and Gabriella Montez (Vanessa Hudgens) is also visible. When the clock has ten seconds to go before the bell, the class commenced chanting "summer!" getting louder until the bell rings, after which the song is performed. The music video contains clips directly from the movie, and was released on July 31, 2007 on the iTunes Store. The music video was also released on the Disney Channel.

Other versions[edit]

Formats[edit]

Enhanced CD single
No. Title Length
1. "What Time Is It?" (Radio Edit) 3:18
2. "High School Musical 2" (Movie Trailer) 2:09
iTunes digital tracklist
No. Title Length
1. "Radio Disney Interview: High School Musical 2"   2:14
2. "What Time Is It?"   3:31

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007)[2] Peak
position
Australian Singles Chart 20
Canadian Hot 100 66
Irish Singles Chart 10
UK Singles Chart 20
US Billboard Hot 100 6
US Billboard Pop 100 6

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