Greetings party people! From a musical perspective, 2011 was an interesting year. Electronic styles became increasingly popular at the expense of hip hop. Artists like David Guetta fused the two, using R&B vocalists (like Usher) or rap artists (like Nicki Minaj) over his high energy Euro-beats. Here are the Top 50 tracks that kept my dancefloors movin' and groovin' throughout the year.
In countdown fashion, drumroll please....
50. The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie - Red Hot Chili Peppers (rock)
49. Under the Cover of Darkness - The Strokes (alternative)
48. The Show Goes On - Lupe Fiasco (hip hop)
47. Sugar Sweet (Shiftee Remix) - Aurora Young (electronic)
46. Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win - The Beastie Boys w/Santigold (hip hop)
45. Lotus Flower - Radiohead (alternative)
44. Animals - Neon Trees (rock)
43. Sofi Needs a Ladder - DeadMau5 (techno) Featured in the Hangover 2.
42. Where Them Girls At - David Guetta w/Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj (dance)
41. Raise Your Glass - Pink (pop)
40. S&M - Rihanna (dance)
39. When a Woman Loves - R. Kelly (R&B)
38. Okay (Rum & Red Bull) - Beenie Man (reggae)
37. John - Lil Wayne w/Rick Ross (hip hop)... Ross' grunts and chirps prevailed in 2011!
36. Coma Cat - Tensnake (disco house)
35. Blow - Ke$ha (pop)
34. Take Over Control - Afrojack w/Eva Simons (electro)
33. Levels - Avicii (electro)
32. We Found Love - Rihanna f/Calvin Harris (dance)
31. Don't Wanna Go Home - Jason DeRulo (dance)
30. Teach Me How to Dougie - Cali Swag District (hip hop)
29. Loca - Shakira f/Dizzee Rascal (Latin)
28. Tonight Tonight - Hot Chelle Rae (pop)
27. Barbara Streisand - Duck Sauce (dance)
26. You Make Me Feel - Cobra Starship f/Sabi (dance)
25. Yeah (3x) - Chris Brown (dance)
24. Pumped Up Kicks - Foster the People (alternative)
23. Forget You - Cee Lo Green (party jam)
22. We No Speak Americano - Yolanda f/D-Cup (dance)
21. Hello - Martin Solveig f/Dragonette (dance)
20. Turbulence - Steve Aoki f/Lil Jon and Laidback Luke (electro)
19. Moves Like Jagger - Maroon 5 w/Christina Aguilera (pop)
18. Someone to Love Me (Naked) - Mary J. Blige w/Diddy and Lil Wayne (R&B)
17. Monster - Jay-Z, Kanye West, Rick Ross & Nicki Minaj (hip hop)
16. Beautiful People (Disco Fries Remix) - Chris Brown (dance)
15. Stereo Love - Edward Maya f/Vika Jigulina (dance)
14. Teenage Dream - Katy Perry (pop)
13. The Edge of Glory - Lady Gaga (dance) (rest in peace Clarence Clemons)
12. On the Floor - Jennifer Lopez f/Pitbull (dance)
11. Favorite DJ (Disco Fries Remix) - Clinton Sparks w/Jermaine Dupri (dance)
10. Time (the Dirty Bit) - The Black Eyed Peas (dance)
9. Cinema (Skrillex Remix) - Benny Benassi (dubstep)
8. Down on Me - Jeremih f/50 Cent (R&B)
7. No Hands - Waka Flocka Flame (hip hop)
6. Mr. Saxobeat - Alexandra Stan (dance)
5. Danza Kuduro - Don Omar (Latin)
4. Paris - Jay-Z and Kanye West (hip hop)
3. Rolling in the Deep - Adele (Retro Soul)
2. Give Me Everything Tonight - Pitbull f/Ne-Yo, Nayer and Afrojack (dance)
1. Party Rock Anthem - LMFAO (heavily requested throughout the year. The group's "I'm Sexy and I Know It" has huge potential to chart in the Top 10 for 2012.
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Gregg is the President of Ambient DJ Service, an award-winning mobile DJ company based in Central New Jersey. He enjoys performing at a variety of events ranging from Sweet 16s, to weddings, to bar/club engagments... and likes his dance floors HOT. He also spins music videos. To review DJ Gregg Ambient's top 50 dance songs of 2010, click here.
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Great list. I think my two favorite party songs from 2011 are Party Rock Anthem and Dj Got us Fallin in love by USher.ReplyDelete
Thanks Terri for your votes... Usher's "DJ's Got Us Fallin' in Love" ranked #2 in 2010's list, but its popularity definitely lasted well into 2011!ReplyDelete