1. LMFAO – Sorry For Party Rocking (Gigi Barocco Remix)
When I get a packed floor Iím loving dropping this it has so much energy. I didnít like the original very much so itís really nice to find this remix it packs much more for a punch without taking too much from the original vocals, for sure check it out and start playing this out.
2. will.i.am – Scream & Shout ft. Britney Spears Remix (Reidiculous Remix)
Reidiculous makes rocking current club remixes. If you havenít heard his remix of Pound the Alarm make sure to check it out as well. Right now Iíve been playing the original Scream & Shout and mixing it into this one, girls really like the beat of the original track, so I can still give them that and play the first drop of this remix to give it extra kick and play it a bit different, that being said itís rowdy enough on itís own too.
3. Calvin Harris – Thinking About You (Panic City Remix)
Iíve been playing this in my opening sets but Iím aiming to try it later in my set, itís a great classic Calvin Harris track, not too rowdy but it has a lot of energy and really good vocals.
4.Taylor Swift – I Knew You Were Trouble
This is on top of charts right now and girls love it, that being said Iíd like to find a good remix of this that does something a bit more fun with it. Until I do, I wanted to have this here because itís a must play for a top 40 crowd.
5. Go Deep – Remedy Go Deeper Bootleg
This is a really high energy track, and I love the catchy vocals in the break, I wouldnít play the whole thing out, but at least one break would be a great way to mix it up.
6. Justin Bieber – Beauty and a Beat (feat. Nicki Minaj) (Bisbetic Remix)
Another very solid remix of a track thatís really big. A nice progressive break in it, so I wouldnít play it at the beginning of the night, and also because itís very high energy. But itís a fun way to play the track.
7. Just Blaze x Baauer – Higher
Iím loving to see Trap EDM & Hip Hop worlds collaborating. This is a massive Trap track from Just Blaze and Baauer, itís got a lot of energy which is what I look for searching for good Trap tracks when there’s such an over saturation of them out there right now.
8. Calvin Harris – Sweet Nothing (feat. Florence Welch) (Diplo and Grand Theft Remix)
Heres another really killer trap track that you can get away with with a top 40 crowd, it has a lot of energy and does a good job of preserving some of the vocals and energy from the original house version.
9. Fedde Le Grand – RAW (Original Mix)
I really like this new track from Fedde Le Grand, it keeps the beat during the break and the drop sounds awesome.
10. Benny Benassi pres. The Biz – Satisfaction (Dada Life Remix)
I always loved satisfaction and even though their are loads of remixes out there I have a tough time finding one I like. This one really just thickens up the original, saving what you loved about the original Satisfaction but with an awesome Dada Life spin.
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