Tuesday, May 31, 2011

DJ Gregg's Top 25 Tracks of Late Spring 2011

On a quarterly basis, Ambient DJs' music mixologists prepare playlists reflecting their top dance floor selections.  Listed is below DJ Gregg's (aka DJ Jagged's) late Spring 2011 playlist, reflecting a wide variety of tracks across multiple genres.  Gregg is known for his deep and semi-eclectic musical tastes, with a bent towards alternative, electronic and international genres.  


In Countdown Fashion, drumroll please.....

25) Loca - Shakira w/Dizzee Rascal (Dance)
24) Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win - Beastie Boys f/Santigold (hip hop/alternative)
23) WEDDING HOT PICK - You are the Best Thing - Ray LaMontagne 













22) WEDDING HOT PICK- Marry Me - Train (acoustic)

21) SWEET 16 CORNER - Firework - Katy Perry (dance)
20) SWEET 16 CORNER - Friday - Rebecca Black (novelty)
19)  Hello - Martin Solveig f/Dragonette (dance)
18) Forget You - Cee Lo Green (dance)
17) Charlie Sheen Winning - Awesome Vatican Assassin (trance)
16) Under Cover of Darkness - The Strokes (alternative)
15) I Like That (We No Speak Americano) - Yolanda f/D-Cup w. Nablidon (dance)
14) Rolling in the Deep - Adele (vocalist)

13)  Cut the Lights (Acid & Skribble's Lights Out Edit) - Chris Reeder (dance)
12) Someone to Love Me - Mary J. Blige w/Diddy and Lil' Wayne (R&B)
11) Coma Cat - Tensnake (house)
10) No Hands - Waka Flocka Flame w/Roscoe Dash and Wale (hip hop)
9) Rocketeer - Far East Movement f/Ryan Tedder (R&B)
8) Carbonated - Mt. Kimbi (dubstep)
7) Beautiful People - Chris Brown f/Benny Benassi (Disco Fries Electro Remix) (Dance)
6) Look at Me Now - Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes & Lil Wayne (hip hop)
5) Stereo Love - Edward Maya f/Vika Jigulina (electronic)

4) On the Floor - Jennifer Lopez (dance)
3) S&M - Rihanna (note: this song surprisingly has strong appeal across numerous demographics including middle-aged moms!)
2) Favorite DJ (Disco Fries Remix) - Clinton Sparks w/Jermaine Dupri and DJ Class

1) Give Me Everything Tonight - Pitbull w/Ne-Yo, Nayer and Afrojack




Almost Made the Cut
1) Teach Me How to Dougie - Cali Swag District (hip hop)
2) When a Woman Loves - R. Kelly (R&B)
3) Party Rock - LMFAO (dance)
4) The Lazy Song - Bruno Mars (pop)
5) Give it to Me (Jay Dabhi Smooth Remix) - Nelly Furtado, Timbaland, J. Timberlake (lounge)
6) I Do - Colbie Caillat (pop)
7) Cowbell - DJ Shiftee (dubstep)
8) Danza Kuduro - Don Omar (Latin)

Predicted Breakout Tracks - Summer 2011
1) Motivated - Kelly Rowland w/Lil Wayne (hip hop)
2) If I Was You (OMG) - Far East Movement f/Snoop Dogg (dance)

Classics in Rotation
1) Psycho Killer - The Talking Heads (New Wave)
2) London Calling - The Clash (Punk)
3) Dancehall Days - Wang Chung (80s)
4) Enjoy the Silence - Depeche Mode (80s)
5) True - Spandau Ballet (80s)
6) Didn't Mean to Turn You On - Cherrelle (80s)
7) Native New Yorker - Odyssey (disco)
8) Got to Be Real - Cheryl Lynn (disco)
9) I Can't Help It - Michael Jackson (disco)
10) Escape (the Pina Colada Song) - Rupert Holmes

11) Lambada - Kaoma (Brazilian/world)
12) Show Me Love - Robin S. (90s dance)
13) Make the World Go Round - Sandy B. (90s dance)
14) The Humpty Dance - Digital Underground (90s)
15) Valerie - Amy Winehouse (vocalist)

16) Say It Ain't So - Weezer (alternative)
17) Where It's At - Beck (alternative)
18) I Wanna Be Your Lover - Prince (80s)
19) Low Rider - War (funk)
20) Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now - McFadden & Whitehead (disco)
21) Rise - Herb Alpert (80s)
22) Some Kind of Wonderful - Grand Funk Railroad (classic rock)
23) Roadhouse Blues - The Doors (classic rock)
24) Send Me on My Way - Rusted Root (world)
25) Mustang Sally - The Commitments (rock)

FOR MORE INFORMATION
To see DJ Jagged's Top 50 tracks of 2010, click here.  For booking information, please visit Ambient DJs' website here.

1 comment:

  1. I have been hearing Dj Gregg for more than three years. The playlist he selects for the dance floor is exquisite. After the best education essay online service, his tracks helped me in relieving my academic stress. However, it used to make me focus on my work more as his choice of songs was my choice of songs, and I preferred that taste of music.

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