Jay Sean had a launch party for the album at the Royal Exchange, London.Sean, along with his Cash Money Records family, was in London to celebrate the milestone. Alesha Dixon, Alexandra Burke and Craig David was on the party too. radio stations on and was officially released on i Tunes on 30 June 2009.It is his lowest charting album in the UK to date, largely due to many of its tracks already being available in the UK as part of his previous album My Own Way.Three songs from All or Nothing which were not released as official singles in the UK entered the UK Indie Singles Chart independently, based on downloads from the album, on the week of release: "Do You Remember" at #6, "Far Away" (featuring Keisha Buchanan) at #16, and "Stuck in the Middle" (featuring Craig David) at #20.
The song was also Sean's highest UK chart entry reaching number three.Following the album's release, "Do You Remember" was released as the second single and in January 2010 peaked at number ten in the US and subsequently making him the first male artist in seven years to have his first two charting singles appear in the Hot 100 simultaneously.Accorging to aggregated music reviews site Metacritic, the album received mixed reviews by critics who scored the album 59/100."Ride It" also re-entered the UK Indie Singles Chart at #24, based on downloads from the All or Nothing album.In Japan, the album debuted on the Japan Oricon Albums Chart at #13 on the week dated 1 March 2010.