Take a look at the below list of Top 10 Best Party Songs of All Time till 2017. Do you have a party and not sure on what music to play? Well, here are some of best songs you can choose.
List of Top 10 Best Party Songs of All Time till 2017
10. Billie Jean by Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson composed and wrote this song in his sixth solo album Thriller in 1982. Quincy Jone helped in production. It is well known as bassline played by Louis Johnson. It became one of best-selling singles worldwide in 1983. This track topped in US, UK charts, and other countries including Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Norway, Sweden and New Zealand. In a list of 500 Greatest Song of All Time, Billie Jean was placed number 58 making it famous globally. He has won a number of award including, two Grammy Award and one American Music Award. Once you heard this song, you cannot help but stand and snap your fingers and tap your foot.
9. Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough by Michael Jackson
It was released on August 10, 1979 under Epic Records in his fifth studio album Off the Wall. This track was his first single to hit number one on US Billboard Hot 100 chart. He sold over 2 million copies after few months of release. It received positive music critics. Accompanying music video was released in October 1979, which shows Jackson dancing in different color backgrounds. He won first solo Grammy and American Music Awards.
8. Thriller by Michael Jackson
Its music video is known to be most memorable video of all time for many generations. It was composed by Rod Temperton and produced by Quincy Jone in 1982 under same album name. First it appeared in MTV on December 2, 1983. Thriller has appeared in multiple hits compilation album including number ones in 2003, Michael Jackson’s This is It in 2009, Essential in 2005, History in 1995 and remixed for Immortal album in 2011. It received positive reviews from music critics and became his 7th top ten single on Billboard Hot 100 chart, reaching top of charts in France and Belgium among other countries. Music video features Jackson costumed as zombies in a choreographed dance routine among other actors. Library of Congress added it to National Film Registry in 2009 becoming first music video ever selected.
7. Rock and Roll All Nite by Kiss
It was originally released in their studio album Dressed to kill in 1975, as A-side of their fifth single in album track “Getaway.” This amazing track was peaked number 68 on Billboard Singles chart. it became kiss’s signature song and has served as group’s closing concert since 1976. VH1 named it 16th greatest hard rock of all time in 2008. Paul Stanley wrote pre-chorus while Gene Simmons wrote verses. In 2002 Kiss performed during closing ceremonies Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, also performed live in season 8 finale of American Idol with Adam Lambert.
6. Let’s Get Loud by Jennifer Lopez
No matter which mood you are in this song can make anybody get up and have good time. It was released in her debut studio album On the 6 in 1999. First Gloria Estefan who passed it to Lopez, who co-wrote with Kike Santander, wrote it. Let us Get Loud has become her signature song. Since its release it has reached several charts internationally, appearing top ten on five European countries. It appeared on US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs, receiving incredible reviews on music critics. She was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording and she earned second position. Jeffrey Doe directed music video which was filmed live at 1999 FIFA Women’s World cup.
5. Khe Sanh by Cold Chisel
An Australian classic rock song was released as 45 rpm single in May 1978. Pianist Don Walker and Jimmy Barnes wrote it, about a story of restless youth. In 2001, it was peaked number eight in Australian best songs of all time. Strong airplay has been received on radio stations with classic rock format in Australia. A second version of Khe Sanh was released in 1980 omitting pianos Introduction.
4. Hung Up by Madonna
This song is from an American singer who released it in her tenth studio album Confession on a Dance Floor in 2005. In October 17, 2005, it was released as a lead single in TV advertisements and serials. Appeared in her hit album Celebration in 2009, and became her first track to be released to iTunes Store for digital download. Music critics stated that it was her best dance track to date complimenting her adorable voice. This is one of the Top 10 Best Party Songs of All Time till 2017.
3. Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO
As the title suggests, it is best English song for party ever that makes you just want to dance. It is a hit song for American EDM, performed by British singer Lauren Bennett and American music producer GoonRock. Their released it in second album of Sorry for Party Rocking in 2011. Reaching number one in these countries, Australia, Canada, France, UK, Ireland, US, Denmark, and New Zealand. In addition, it reached top five in Finland, Norway, Swede, Poland and Italy. It is ranked position five on Billboard most successful song of all time. It earned over 1.19 billion views on you tube becoming 24th most viewed video. In 2012, it was played in film 21 Jump Street and won MTV Mover Award for best music, also won favorite song award in 20912 Kids’ Choice Awards.
2. 1999 by Prince
It was recorded in 1982 under album of same name, one of his best known tracks. Music video directed by Bruce Gowers who organized it shot during last week of his 1999 tour. Originally, it was peaked in position 44 on Billboard Hot 100 in December, later followed top ten success of Little Red Corvette. In a list of 500 greatest songs of All Time, it was ranked number 215 Rolling Stone.
1. Objection by Shakira
She recorded this track in her fifth studio album and her first English language album Laundry Service in 2001. It is a combination of pop rock and tango and has instruments like bandoneon and guitar. A new version in Spanish entitled “Te Aviso, Te Anuncio was recorded in 2002. She performed in 2002 MTV Video Music Awards.
Above are best party songs 2017 you can choose from if you are in a mood to dance and have fan.