"A Boom (A One, Two, Three, Four)" is a song by American-recording artist, Aluma Irika. Though the song was originally intended to be released on the soundtrack to her 2010 documentary film, Rock and Roll and Me, after Irika cancelled the production of the movie during its final stages, the soundtrack was left and unfinished, with this song being the only track completely finalized.

The song received positive reviews, but the song was a commercial failure, considering it failed to chart anywhere. Lyrically, the song discusses the darker themes of being a singer, referencing drug use, paparazzi, and abuse.