"Stomp!" is a song released by The Brothers Johnson from their fourth album, Light Up the Night, in early 1980. It reached number one on the Dance singles chart. It reached number one on the R&B singles chart and peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1980. It was a bigger success in the UK, where it peaked at number 6 on the singles chart. The song also reached number one on the New Zealand Singles Chart, staying in this position for six weeks in 1980.
- George Johnson – rhythm and lead guitar, lead and backing vocals
- Louis Johnson – bass, guitar, synthesizer, lead and backing vocals
- Greg Phillinganes – electric piano, synthesizer
- Steve Porcaro – synthesizer
- Rod Temperton – electric piano
- Paulinho DaCosta – percussion
- John Robinson – drums
- Jerry Hey – trumpet
- Gary Grant – trumpet
- Kim Hutchcroft – saxophone (baritone, soprano, tenor)
- Larry Williams – saxophone (alto, tenor), synthesizer
- Bill Reichenbach Jr. – Euphonium, conducting, trombone, slide trumpet
- Augie Johnson, Jim Gilstrap, Josie James, Merry Clayton, Michael Jackson, Scherrie Payne, Susaye Greene-Brown, Valerie Johnson, Quincy Jones – backing vocals
In popular culture
- The song was also used in one episode of the British television series Red Dwarf, in which the main characters win a basketball game against prison guards.
- It was also used in two episodes of the American series Freaks and Geeks, when the main characters visit a store in their local mall that sells disco-themed apparel.
- "Stomp!" can be heard playing in the background during a scene in the 2008 film Yes Man.
- The song was also included in the soundtrack of the 2006 film Akeelah and the Bee.
- The track was also used on Jane Fonda's 1982 fitness cassette, alongside tracks by the Jacksons and other artists.
- The track was remade by B.G., the Prince of Rap in 1996.