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"Move This"
Move This 1992.jpg
Single by Technotronic
from the album Pump Up the Jam: The Album
Released 1989 / 1992
Genre Hip house, Eurodance
Length 5:19 (album version)
3:46 (radio version)
Label ARS Entertainment Belgium
Songwriter(s) Manuela Kamosi, Jo Bogaert
Technotronic singles chronology
"Voices"
(1991)
"Move This"
(1989)
"Hey Yoh, Here We Go"
(1993)

"Voices"
(1991)
"Move This"
(1992)
"Hey Yoh, Here We Go"
(1993)
Music video
"Move This" on YouTube

"Move This" is a 1992 hit by Technotronic featuring Ya Kid K, which reached #6 on the Billboard Hot 100.[1]

About the song

It was Ya Kid K's first single released.[2] This song also appears on Technotronic's debut album Pump Up the Jam: The Album, which was released in 1989. While the full-length album version has a running time of 5 minutes and 19 seconds, it was re-recorded with updated synths and shortened to 3 minutes and 46 seconds for the radio version. The single CD contains the original album version faded out at 4:48.

The single version has been released on Ya Kid K's album One World Nation as an album track before, lacking some patterns from the final single edit.

"Move This" is featured in the motion picture Let's Go to Prison, starring Will Arnett and Dax Shepard.

Critical reception

Billboard wrote about the song: "Pop-juiced hip-houser was first heard on Technotronic's "Pump Up The Jam" album a couple of years ago. Resurrection via a Revlon TV commercial has sparked heavy pop radio interest. Ya Kid K's rhymes are appropriately cute'n'clever, and the beats and melody are strong enough to withstand heavy competition."[3]

References

  1. ^ McAleer, Dave (2004). Hit singles: top 20 charts from 1954 to the present day. San Francisco: Backbeat Books. p. 459. ISBN 0879308087.
  2. ^ "About Ya Kid K". MTV Artists.
  3. ^ "Billboard: Single Reviews" (PDF). Billboard magazine. Retrieved 2018-01-25.

External links

This page was last edited on 28 February 2018, at 18:51
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