10 Hottest Club Songs
If you're looking to find the 10 hottest club songs, then look no further as you may find these ten sizzling selections to suit what you're looking for. When it comes to the club scene, you need the right drinks, a big enough audience, the right decorations and special effects, but most importantly of all, you also need the right music. The type of music that's going to get people bopping and hopping on the dance floor. Whether it's hip hop, new jack swing, R&B, or dance/electronica, you're bound to groove with the right soundtrack.
- "Can I Get A..." by Jay-Z featuring Ja Rule and Amil-ion. Originally released for the "Rush Hour" motion picture soundtrack as well as Jay-Z's third album "Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life," the track "Can I Get A..." is one of Jay-Z's most commercially successful singles and it definitely has club banger written all over it.
- "If" by Janet Jackson. Sampling "Someday We'll Be Together" by Diana Ross & The Supremes, Janet Jackson depicts herself as a very naughty seducer on this punchy dance track that presents as a strange fast-paced hybrid of new jack swing and hip hop served on a heavy metal guitar riff.
- "Bizarre Love Triangle (Remastered)" by New Order. This hot 80s classic has gained immense popularity over time. Originally performed by English rock group New Order, the track has been covered by a number of different artists over the years, however, the latest Remastered version has all the right ingredients for the dance floor.
- "Motownphilly" by Boyz II Men. The debut single from Boyz II Men, "Motownphilly," implies the inspiration of motown R&B music originating straight from the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The end result is a sizzling and highly irresistible party track that's bound to make the party go buck-wild.
- "Stereo Love" by Edward Maya and Vika Jigulina. This spicy Romanian masterpiece of a club song proves to be an interesting mix dance, electronica, and techno. Edward Maya and Vika Jigulina make for a perfect duo on what I'd like to classify as one successful cross-over hit that has the club scene blazing.
- "Been Around The World (Bad Boy Remix)" by Puff Daddy featuring Mase and Carl Thomas. Puff Daddy sets the dance floor on fire (as usual) with the help of Mase and Carl Thomas on the remix to the original smash "Been Around The World." This song is a necessity for any club scene.
- "Too Close" by Next. Featuring a sample of "Christmas Rappin'" by Kurtis Blow, "Too Close" is Next's highest charting and most well-known single to date. "Too Close" has just the right funk, rhythm, and song content that are ideal for the night club scene. This single is lethal on the dance floor.
- "Why You Get Funky On Me" by Today. Released off of the "House Party" motion picture soundtrack, Today's "Why You Get Funky On Me" is a fine piece of new jack swing, this party jam has enough spunk and rhythm to get you out of your seat and moving on the dance floor.
- "Beautiful Girls (DJ Rob Dinero Remix)" by Sean Kingston with Ben E. King. DJ Rob Dinero's remix of Sean Kingston's "Beautiful Girls" combines Kingston's song with its original sample from Ben E. King's "Stand By Me," featuring one verse from each song played separately one after the other in perfect seamless fashion.
- "Get You Home" by Foxy Brown featuring Blackstreet. If you're looking for something in between slow and fast but has the right tempo for bumping and grinding, then there's nothing like Foxy Brown's "Get You Home" featuring the soulful voices of Blackstreet. Foxy's tone has the right amount of nastiness and posture.