"All the Way Up" is a 2009 pop rock single performed by actress/singer Emily Osment from her debut extended play, All the Right Wrongs. It was released on August 25, 2009 as the lead single. The song was co-written by Emily Osment and Anthony Fagenson, and was produced by James Maxwell Collins. Lyrically, Osment stated she wanted the song to be about "breaking out" and that "a lot of kids can relate to that". Musically, "All the Way Up" is an uptempo Pop-rock song, which influences from other genres as well, mainly rock and indie rock.
The song received generally positive reviews from music critics. Some have praised Osment's "spunk", and also make comment about how she chose not to join with Hollywood Records, like most other Disney Channel artist. However, some call the song childish, stating that Osment tries to come across as "fierce", but just falls flat in the end. However, some have praised the single, calling it a magnificent start to her career. Osment herself has stated that the song draws influence from Alanis Morissette's album, Jagged Little Pill.
"All the Way Up" failed to garner much attention on the music charts, but it did manage to enter the charts in a few international territories, as well as becoming a hit on Radio Disney where it peaked at number 7 on the Top 30 Most Requested Songs chart. The song also managed to chart on the Canadian Hot 100, debuting at number 77 on the chart the week of its release. After rising up one spot to 76 the following week, it then fell to 94, before completely falling off the chart the following week.
The music video was directed by Roman White and features Osment, along with the band Push Play rehearsing a performance of the song in their apartment.