"U Got 2 Let the Music" is a song by Italian group Cappella. It was released in 1993 as the fourth single from their second studio album, U Got 2 Know. The song had a great success in many countries including the UK, where it reached number two on the singles chart, becoming the 36th best-selling single of 1993 in the UK. It was held off from the top spot only by Meat Loaf's "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)". In Austria, Finland and Switzerland, "U Got 2 Let the Music" peaked at number one. The song did also chart in Australia, Japan and Southeast Asia.
"U Got 2 Let the Music" was re-released in 1998, 2004 and 2006, in remixed versions.
Cappella started as a studio project with Italian producer and manager Gianfranco Bortolotti and his record company Media Record's team of DJs and producers ganging together, striving for the perfect commercial dance formula. The band had some minor hits in the late 80s and early 90s with singles like "Bauhaus (Push the Beat)" (1987), "Helyom Halib" (1989) and "Take Me Away" (1992). After Cappella became progressively more commercial, and received sustained success Bortolotti chose British singer/dancer Kelly Overett and American rapper Rodney Bishop as a regular public face of the band. "U Got 2 Let the Music" would be the first release with Overett and Bishop. In an 1993 interview with Music & Media, Bortolotti said, "We have given Capella a new image with Anglo-Italian Kelly and American Rodney as the groups singers and public image. Capella's sound is also less techno and more pop-oriented now."