'''"Movin' On"''' is a song by American recording artist Mýa Harrison. It served as the second single from her self-titled debut studio album. The song was written and composed by Harrison, Mark Andrews and Darryl Pearson. The lyrics of the bouncy R&B track speak of a woman leaving her cheating ex-boyfriend.
The song received generally positive reviews from contemporary music critics, who praised the singles' remix stellar production and Silkk's rap cameo. "Movin' On" became a top 40 hit on Billboards Hot 100; peaking and spending three non-consecutive weeks at number thirty-four. It fared better on the US Hot R&B Singles chart peaking at number four. Internationally, the single reached the Top 20 in New Zealand.
The song's accompanying music video was filmed by director G. Thomas Ferguson and University Music CEO Haqq Islam. The video was shot in the non-fictional high school University High. In the video, Harrison displayed her cheerleading skills and towards the end of the video leaves her cheating ex-boyfriend.