For many college students around the globe, spring break is time to party and hit the dance clubs. When nothing is more lame than a dance party with stale tunes, check out some new dance songs for the 2011 season that can get a dance party going and keep it moving all night long. Whether the party is in a house, on a boat or at a hot club on the Las Vegas Strip, these top party songs will get you in the mood to get loose and party during your spring break vacation.
LMFAO – Party Rock Anthem
LMFAO are a group from Los Angeles that makes music that generally involves rap over electro beats. Past notable songs include “I’m In Miami, Bitch” and “Shots!”
“Party Rock Anthem” has a smooth, easy-driving techno beat with a good hook that changes into a have-to-dance electro bump. This is a cool dance anthem perfect for getting ready to go to the clubs or on the iPod on the ride over.
DJ Pauly D – Beat Dat Beat
Anyone who has heard of the hit television show “The Jersey Shore” knows well who Pauly D is. DJ Pauly D’s club sounds are designed for getting pumped on the dance floor. DJ Pauly D is a regular visitor to Las Vegas clubs, particularly at the Palms, so his beats are a great bet for parties meant to have a dance club feel.
Far East Movement – Like a G6
Far East Movement is an electro-rap song with a sample from sexy vocalist DEV from The Cataracts. It is an impeccable jam for cruising around town in an attractive automobile.
DEV – Bass Down Low
“Bass Down Low” is a sultry dance song solo by DEV from The Cataracts. Perfect for a chillout slow jam hangout after the clubs close.
Pitbull with T. Pain – Hey Baby (Drop It To the Floor)
Pitbull and T. Pain are old standards in the dance jam department. “Hey Baby” provides a solid dance jam with a bit of the Florida touch of flair that Pitbull is known for. This song is great as a Spring Break jam because it is a call to hit the dance floor when played in the clubs. Its easy beat makes it a good starter song to a night of dance music.
Party Music Tip: Make a Party Playlist Longer than the Party
Keeping a party going means a steady playlist, so make sure you choose more than enough selections for the party so the playlist doesn’t have to stop and repeat in the middle of the party. To ensure that you have queued enough hits, create your spring break 2011 party song playlist in iTunes and check the length of the playlist in hours to see how long the list will play. This will help you ensure the party foul of a silent room as you come up with a playlist for the remainder of the party.