Throw Ya Hands Up

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"Throw Ya Hands Up"
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Single by Stereos featuring Jhevon Paris
from the album Stereos
A-side "Throw Ya Hands Up"
ReleasedSeptember 1, 2009
Genre Pop rock
Label Universal Music Canada
Songwriter(s) Patrick Kordyback, Jesse Colburn, Jhevon Paris, Aaron Verdonk , Stereos
Producer(s) Gavin Brown
Stereos singles chronology
"Summer Girl"
"Throw Ya Hands Up"
"Turn It Up"

"Throw Ya Hands Up" is a song recorded by Canadian band Stereos, which features vocals from rapper Jhevon Paris. [1] It is the Stereos' second single from their self-titled debut album. It was released digitally on September 1, 2009. [2] [3] On the issue dated September 19, 2009, the song debuted on the Canadian Hot 100 at number three. [4]


Music video

The music video was shot in Miami, Florida. [5] It starts off with the Stereos performing by the shore of Watson Island near the MacArthur Causeway. Other settings in the video include a pool party, a yacht, and other various locations at midnight.



RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Canada (Music Canada) [7] 2× Platinum80,000*

* Sales figures based on certification alone.

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