|Krush Groove is the soundtrack album to the Michael Schultz movie Krush Groove, and was released in September 1985, four weeks before the movie.
The album contains the song Holly Rock, by Sheila E., written by Prince (although credited to Sheila E.), which was not available on any of Sheila E.'s own studio albums.
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Prince's contribution, Holly Rock, was recorded in April 1985. Sheila E. also raps on Krush Groovin' but neither she or Prince wrote the lyrics and/or the music.
A Love Bizarre appears in the movie but is not included on the soundtrack.
The album produced six singles, (Krush Groove) Can't Stop The Street (by Chaka Khan), Feel The Spin (by Debbie Harry, Krush Groovin' (by (Run-D.M.C., Sheila E., Kurtis Blow and Fat Boys, collectively as Krush Groove All-Stars), Tender Love (by Force MDs), Holly Rock (by Sheila E.) and She's On It (the debut single by American hip-hop trio the Beastie Boys).
It reached number 79 on the US Billboard Pop Chart, and number 14 on the Billboard R&B Chart.