"Slave to the Music" is a song by the Dutch Eurodance group Twenty 4 Seven. It was released on 13 August 1993, as the third single and first song from their second studio album, Slave To The Music. The song peaked within the Top 10 in at least eight countries. It was a number-one hit in Zimbabwe and peaked at number 2 in Australia.
"Slave to the Music" was a major hit on several continents, remaining one of the group's most successful songs to date. In Europe, it peaked within the Top 10 in Denmark, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden. It didn't chart on the UK Singles Chart in the United Kingdom, but reached number 20 on the Eurochart Hot 100. Additionally, "Slave to the Music" managed to climb into the Top 20 in Switzerland and the Top 30 in Flemish Belgium. Outside Europe, the single peaked at number 2 in Australia and Zimbabwe. In Israel, it reached number 17. It was awarded with a gold record in Germany and Poland, with a sale of 250,000 and 15,000 singles. In Australia, the song earned a platinum record, after a sale of 70,000 units.
The music video for the song was released in September 1993 by Garcia Media Production, a studio company of Garcia Media based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It was directed by Fernando Garcia and Steve Walker. The video features scenes with a jumping toad and a dancing boy called Dion, the scene shows Stay-C & Nance singing. The music video contains different coloured backgrounds. During the making a green screen was used.. "Slave to the Music" was uploaded to YouTube in October 2013. By August 2020, the video had more than 1,1 million views.