|Single by Darin|
|from the album Darin|
|Released||7 September 2005|
|Genre||Pop, R&B, Dance|
|Songwriter(s)||RedOne, Darin, Bilal Hajji|
|Darin singles chronology|
"Step Up" is the third single released by Swedish singer Darin. The song is taken from his second album, Darin . The song was co-written by Darin with RedOne and Bilal Hajji and enjoyed much success in Sweden, where it charted for 26 weeks, debuting at number one.
The video has a very R&B theme to it featuring Darin singing through a broken window in front of green strobe lights similar to that of Yeah! by U.S. singer Usher. Darin is seen with his dancers performing in front of a wall of graffiti in a basement style setting where there also is a crowded party, with Darin being seen dancing in the crowd. In the video there is a wall with a picture of Darin painted on it, in front of which he is seen singing. The video is produced and directed by Mikedalica and Harakiri, and is featured on the DVD Tour Videos Interview.
The single debuted on the official Swedish singles chart at number one and remained on the chart for 26 weeks in total. The single has only been physically released in Sweden but has charted from digital sales at number nine in Finland and is available to download, as part of the album Darin , in various countries around the world.
|Swedish Singles Chart||IFPI||1||Platinum|
|Finnish Singles Chart||IFPI||9|
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