Taking the hip-hop musical to a whole new level is the Walt Disney Records soundtrack to the upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie 'Let It Shine', premiering in Australia on September 28th. In Let It Shine, Cyrus DeBarge is the musical director at his father's Atlanta, Georgia, church, and he's been having some challenges convincing his preacher father that hip-hop is not the devil's music. 'Let It Shine' follows 16-year-old Cyrus, who has a gift for rhyme yet lacks the self-confidence to take the stage and, through his rap song, tell his longtime crush, Roxanne Andrews, how he feels about her. After he and his best friend, Kris McDuffy, enter a songwriting contest, Kris is mistakenly named the winner for a song Cyrus wrote. Fearful of being thrust into the spotlight, Cyrus panics and allows Kris to take credit for his heartfelt lyrics, and soon he's standing by as Roxanne begins to fall for Kris.The soundtrack features 13 songs - soulful ballads, funky jams and epic hip hop battles - performed by the movie's stars including Hollywood Records' artist Coco Jones, Tyler James Williams and Brandon Mychal Smith.The tracks were written by top songwriters and producers in contemporary pop/R&B: Antonina Armato & Tim James, Toby Gad, Adam Hicks, to name a few. Let It Shine is a major priority for Disney Channel, who will be supporting the video clips from the show all throughout September. Disney Channel will also be using the music as the key selling point in their marketing campaigns hitting this September.