Welcome my first top ten club tracks post. This will be comprised of a variety of electronic and top 40 remixes that I like, or that have gone over well when Iíve played them. Theyíre in a rough order with whatís gone over best at the top. Iíll also give you a bit of description with each – hope your enjoy !
I Gotta Feeling – J. Espionosa Feel So Close Blend
This track has great energy and puts a good spin on something everyone knows the words to already. I normally mix out of it after the first drop because it loses a lot of energy after it goes back to the original feel so close chorus.
Otherside – Third Party Remix
There are a lot of remixes of Red Hot Chili Pepperís Otherside, but since the first time I heard this (Itís been out for a bit now, but still goes over great) I loved it. It gets people with the chorus and itís got a great progressive-y drop.
Show Me Love 2k12 – BodyBangers Remix
Iíve heard a couple remixes and edits using this beat, but this is the one Iíve played the most. Iíll only play this with a crowd I can know will like house. Theyíll know the acapella but more importantly the drop is really rowdy.
Pound The Alarm – Reidiculous Remix
I really like this track as a good way to keep a crowd with people into the top 40 but also house happy. You get the top 40 dance track but the energy with this remix is way higher.
Funky Vodka – TJR
Again this is more focused towards a house crowd but throwing in a portion of the song can really set the mood off. I wouldnít play the whole song out but itís such a fun track itís great to get a bit of it.
Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites – Zedd remix
Again this is a track with tons of remixes out there, but I found this one had was the perfect line between a high energy electro house track and a very progressive one.
Heads Will Roll – Kid Kamillion Trap Edit
Trap is of course blowing up, and Iíve been trying to find safe ways to drop it into my sets. This is one of the tracks Iíve been using, Itís a killer trap track but also still has an element people know really well.
Iím off that – Pitbull
Pitbull again is jumping on a new movement, but if you want to try dropping some trap into your top 40 sets, this is a great go to starting point to test the waters.
Boomerang – DJ Vice Remix
If you haven’t heard of DJ Vice, hes a big top 40 DJ and heís been getting into production for some time now. So even if youíre not into top 40, their is a instrumental version of this remix which you should check out. DJ Viceís productions are incredibly solid. He makes awesome electro house and this is only one example of a great track to a top 40 or house crowd.
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