"Sing Hallelujah!" is a song recorded by the Sweden-based musician and producer Dr. Alban. It was released in 1993 as the third single from his second studio album, One Love. The song became a hit in many European countries, managing to reach to the top 5 in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland and Switzerland. In the UK, the song peaked at number 16 on the UK Singles Chart and on the Eurochart Hot 100, it peaked at number 4. Outside Europe, in Australia, "Sing Hallelujah!" peaked at number 5 and in Zimbabwe, it reached number 11. After "It's My Life", this was the second Dr Alban's hit which had an international scope. The song has been described as an "discothèques anthem with dance and disco sonorities". In 2005, "Sing Hallelujah!" charted again when it was re-recorded by the artist in new versions. It peaked at number 12 in Finland.
Larry Flick from Billboard wrote that the song "already has enjoyed a very hot run through much of England and Europe. The record's peppy pop/NRG personality is enhanced by rousing handclaps, insistent piano lines, and a chirpy gospel choir. Truly irresistible tune will have you raising your hands to the sky and singing along with the wonderfully catchy chorus."Music & Media commented, "Pulling teeth is apperently [sic] not so painful after all, because down at the doctor's a gospel choir breaks loose on a dance beat."The Network Forty noted that the song is "creating a buzz in the clubs".
"Sing Hallelujah!" made an impact on the charts on several continents, becoming a major hit in many countries. In Europe, it was a Top 5 hit in Flemish Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Switzerland, as well as on the Eurochart Hot 100, where the song peaked at number 4. In addition, it was a Top 10 hit in Austria, France, Greece, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal and Sweden. In the United Kingdom, "Sing Hallelujah!" only reached the Top 20, peaking at number 16 on the UK Singles Chart on April 25, 1993, after 4 weeks on the chart. Outside Europe, it went to number 5 in Australia, number 11 in Zimbabwe and number 15 on the US BillboardHot Dance Club Play. The single was awarded with a silver record in France, with a sale of 25,000 units, and a platinum record in Australia and Germany, after 70,000 and 500,000 singles were sold.