“Party All the Time” is a single by American actor and comedian Eddie Murphy. It was written and produced by Rick James, who also contributed vocals and played instruments on the track. “Party All the Time” was released on September 23, 1985 as the lead single from his debut music album titled “How Could It Be.”
The song is a dance-pop and R&B tune with a catchy chorus, where Eddie Murphy sings about his desire to party and have a good time, contrasting with his more well-known comedic persona.
“Party All the Time” achieved commercial success upon its release, reaching high positions on various music charts, including #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. Despite Eddie Murphy’s reputation primarily as an actor and comedian, the song garnered attention and became one of his most recognizable ventures in the music industry.