Post # 1
We need a few more songs to add to our list of "end of the night" dancing songs. Typical dance music for our friends basically. We have a few, so here’s what we got
Nelly’s Hot in Herre
50 cent, In Da Club
Pink, Get the Party Started
Big &Rich Save a Horse
Will Smith Switch
Pitbull "i know you want me"
Lady GaGa Just Dance
Pussycat Dolls When I Grow Up
Post # 4
Can’t have one. Stupid venue requires we use their DJ
Post # 5
You gotta play Journey, Don’t Stop Believing. Classic end of the night song. Also, Bon Jovi, Living on a Prayer. They’re not necessarily "dance" songs, but if your crowd is anything like mine they’ll be up there fist pumping and playing the air guitar.
As for dance songs:
Boom Boom Pow, Black Eyed Peas
Dirrty, Christina Aguilera (my personal favorite. I lose my shit when that song comes on)
Low, Flo Rida
Lady Marmalade, Mya, Pink, Lil Kim, Christina (another fave)
SexyBack, Justin Timberlake
Stronger, Kanye West
Proud Mary, Tina Turner
Anything by Michael Jackson. Can’t go wrong there.
Like a Prayer, Madonna
Anything by Beyonce. She has some amazing dance songs: Single Ladies, Diva, Get Me Bodied, Upgrade U.
These are all songs I have on my iTunes playlist entitled "Fun Dance Songs." I love music and I love to dance. Let me know if you need more!
Post # 6
I really love old school hip hop songs like "Tootsie Roll" & "1,2,3,4" "Back that a$$ up"and basically any of the old Snoop Dogg & Dre songs are also awesome, I know that all my friends love to get down to songs they havn’t heard in a while 🙂
Post # 7
Hurrah! More to add.
We have a ton of Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, Journey, the like to play all night. Our friends want to dance and i get the itch to shake my thing after a few drinks.
Plus, once i download them all and burn them for Mr. DJ, I can put them on my MP3 player and have a new gym workout!
Post # 8
Ditto anything Michael Jackson. Usher is always good. Ludacris.
Post # 9
If the crowd is late 20s early 30s then I think 90s music can be a good route. Yes, you have to be careful of the corny factor, but done carefully, people tend to jump up and go "Oh my GOSH! This is all I listened to my freshman year!" and then you can’t get them off the dance floor!