Step Up (Original Soundtrack)
August 8, 2006
Hip hop, R&B, dance
Kwamé, Jazze Pha, Donovan "Vendetta" Bennett, Ron "NEFF-U" Feemstar, Raphael Saadiq, Wyclef Jean, Jerry "Wonder" Duplessis, Bryan-Michael Cox, Kendrick "WyldCard" Dean, Junod "J-Spark" Etienne, Stereo, The Neptunes, Ryan Tedder, Julian Bunetta, Eric Reichers, R. Huggins, Tony Bongiovi, Gabriel René
Step Up soundtracks chronology
Singles from Step Up (Original Soundtrack)
" (When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me"
Released: 4 July 2006
" Get Up"
Released: July 25, 2006
" Say Goodbye"
Released: August 8, 2006
Released: 3 November 2006
The soundtrack to
was released on August 8, 2006 on Step Up Jive Records and features new music from Mario, Ciara, Kelis, Chris Brown, Yung Joc, Jamie Scott, and Chamillionaire. The lead singles from the soundtrack are Sean Paul's " (When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me" featuring Keyshia Cole and Ciara's " Get Up" featuring Chamillionaire. Other tracks include Kelis' "80's Joint", Anthony Hamilton's "Dear Life", Youngbloodz's "I'mma Shine", and Petey Pablo's "Show Me the Money"and Dolla's"Feelin 'Myself". The title track is performed by newcomer Samantha Jade and produced by Wyclef Jean. The soundtrack was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on May 3, 2007. 
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Step Up (Samantha Jade song) [ edit ]
Step Up" is the debut single by Australian recording artist Samantha Jade, released on 3 November 2006 through Jive Records. It is the title track from the soundtrack album of the film,  . Step Up The song was written by  Diane Warren and was produced by Wyclef Jean. 
Music video [ edit ]
music video for "Step Up" premiered on YouTube on 10 August 2006. The video features scenes of Jade singing and dancing, and intercut scenes from the film. 
In the United States, "Step Up" peaked at number 92 on the
chart in 2006. Billboard Pop 100 In Australia, the song failed to enter the  ARIA Singles Chart, but debuted and peaked at number 50 on the ARIA Digital Singles Chart dated 12 February 2007. The track didn't chart in Australia due to digital sales not being added into the main chart until later in the year. 
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