Which is your favorite day of the week? I bet it’s not Monday! My favorite day is Saturday. It brings the start of the weekend, you get the much-needed escape from your rhythmic life, you hang out with friends and you Party. But what is your definition of a party? Everyone wants to enjoy in their own way. For me, it is to chill out at home with your close friends, have a beer or a pizza, and dance to some cool party numbers. Today, we give you some of the best party songs that never gets old and will tempt you to come to the dance floor. So let’s get this party started:
Artist: Lady Gaga feat. Beyonce
Album: The Fame Monster
This music video is just amazing. I love Lady Gaga for her uniqueness. This video is in continuation of her song- Paparazzi and was nominated for video of the year. The song was Grammy nominated for Best Pop Collaboration in 2011. It was charted in a number of countries, namely in the US, Canada, New Zealand, and was particularly successful in Europe.
This song is about a young man’s one-sided love with his best friend’s girlfriend. It was a big hit and climbed to no. 1 position in Billboard’s ranking(1981). The song got very famous in the US, Australia, the UK, etc.
3. Party Rock Anthem
Artist: LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett, GoonRock
Album: Sorry for Party Rocking
Party Rock Anthem is the first single from LMFAO’s second album ‘sorry for party rocking’. The single went to become number one in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, New Zealand, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Party Rock Anthem is currently ranked Billboard’s 5th most successful song of all time.
4. Sexy Back
Artist: Justin Timberlake feat. Timbaland
SexyBack became Timberlake’s first number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100, staying seven weeks at the top spot. The track won Best Dance Recording at the 2007 Grammy Awards. SexyBack is one of the best-selling singles of all time.
Artist: Usher feat. Lil Jon and Ludacris
This music video is mainly about dancing in the club with laser beams tripping you. The songs talk about a guy who goes to a club with his homies and there a girl tries to seduce him. “Yeah!” topped the US Billboard Hot 100 chart for twelve consecutive weeks becoming the longest-running number one single in 2004. It was certified platinum in several countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, and Norway, and received a two times platinum certification in New Zealand.
6. I Love it
Artist: Icona Pop feat. Charli XCX
Album: Icona Pop
Icona Pop is a Swedish DJ duo who created ‘I Love it’ featuring British vocalist Charlie XCX. The song peaked at no. 7 on Billboard Hot 100, no. 1 on the UK singles chart, and was certified double-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
7. Feel the Love
Artist: Rudimental feat. John Newman
Feel the love is a song by British band Rudimental featuring the vocal from John Newman. The song went at the top in the UK singles and Dance charts. It was selected as BBC Radio 1’s hottest song in the world on 29 March 2012. The song featured in various media like the 2012 video game Need For Speed: Most Wanted, Foxtel advertising, The Pauly D project, Doctor who, and Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Artist: Village People
The very famous YMCA dance! I love it. It’s so fun to stretch your arms on the village people’s song and spell out the four letters of the title. The song remains all-time biggest hit has sold more than 10 million physical copies. Almost 40 years of release and the song can still be heard at the sporting events in the US and Europe. The song is entered in the Guinness Book of World Records when over 44,000 people danced together on the live performance by Village People.
9. Billie Jean
Artist: Michael Jackson
The number one spot is dedicated to the King of Pop. The song is famous for its drum beats, its fascinating lyrics, Michael Jackson’s vocal hiccups, and his epic dance. Billie Jean is one of the most best-selling singles worldwide. The song topped both the US and UK charts simultaneously. It was awarded two Grammy awards, one American Music awards were certified platinum and are included in the 58th spot on Rolling Stone’s list of 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.