"Let the Beat Go On" is a song recorded by the Sweden-based musician and producer Dr. Alban. It was released in August 1994 as the third single from his third studio album, Look Who's Talking. The song is written by Alban with Kristian Lundin and John Amatiello, and the chorus is sung by Swedish singers Nana Hedin and Jessica Folcker. This Eurodance song charted in many European countries, peaking at number-one in Spain, number 3 in Finland and number 9 in Belgium. On the European Hot 100 Singles, "Let the Beat Go On" reached number 21. Outside Europe, it peaked at number 8 on the dance music chart in Canada and number 12 in Israel.
Billboard wrote that Alban "should easily match the success of the previous "Away From Home" with this jaunty ditty, which combines elements of pop/rave, hi-NRG, and electro-trance. His tense vocal snaps over a twinkling array of keyboards that will remind some of vintage Giorgio Moroder. Behind the frenzied vocal/synth action is a giddy pop chorus that never leaves the brain after the first spin. Those who like to hang onto the cutting edge will probably prefer the riotous Jungle Speed mix. A gem from the set "Look Who's Talking."Music & Media noted, "Probably the doctor's most one-dimensional Euro effort ever, he'll get automatic daytime airplay anyway because of the simple, unavoidable melody."