"Party Up (Up in Here)" is a song by rapper DMX. It is one of DMX's more recognizable songs and is from his album ...And Then There Was X, released in 1999. There are three versions of the song: an explicit/album version; a censored album version, and a radio/video edit version. The song is #56 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the '00s.
In popular culture
- Michael Phelps listens to "Party Up" before his races, particularly his first world record and before he made the U.S. Olympic Team.
- The video for "Party Up" was filmed in Galveston, Texas at what is presently the Frost Bank building.
- The song appears on the soundtrack of the movie Gone In 60 Seconds (2000); it plays on the car radio of a stolen Humvee trying to evade the police.
- The song is also featured in How High, a film starring Redman and Method Man, as well as the movies Like Mike, King's Ransom, Coyote Ugly, Hardball, First Sunday and Zack and Miri Make a Porno
- The song also appeared in episodes of the television shows Malcolm in the Middle, Eastbound and Down and King of Queens.
- After the Los Angeles Lakers won the NBA championship in 2000, in the locker room, they were singing the song.
- The song takes shots at rapper Kurupt, for dissing him on "Callin Out Names" over DMX having an affair with Foxy Brown, Kurupt's former fiance.
- The song is featured in the beginning of Dave Chappelle: Killin' Them Softly, a Dave Chappelle comedy special.
- Professional wrestler Elix Skipper came out to a knock-off/interpretation of the song (with his own lyrics) as his entrance music while in WCW, following in the footsteps of pro wrestlers such as Diamond Dallas Page & Chris Jericho, who also used knock-offs of popular songs as entrance themes. 
- In one scene from the 2002 film Like Mike, Bow Wow's and Morris Chestnut's characters sing the song in the car.
- The censored version is also used in the video games, Def Jam Vendetta and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004.
- In GB's book Skool Daze, one of the characters from Croydon sings the song down the street after he passed his theory test.
- LP Version / Album Version - Explicit
- Radio Edit
End of year charts
|End of year chart (2000)||Position|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||71|