You’re leaving the bar but that doesn’t mean the night has to end. In fact, things are just getting started. Music will help fuel this fledgling after party, so make sure you have the tunes to keep you and your fellow late-nighters in the mood to take advantage of the remaining moonlight. This playlist should get the job done. Click the button below to listen to the full set on Made Man’s Spotify.
1. “I Love It” by Icona Pop
It’s important to build your momentum right at the start of this post-party celebration, so get things moving with Icona Pop’s upbeat and all-too-catchy “I Love It.”
2. “My World” by Iggy Azalea
The after party isn’t for children, and neither is Iggy Azaelea. That’s why the Australian rapper’s signature sexpot style and lyrical attitude are the perfect fit for a late-night rendezvous with debauchery, and why the heavy, slow-rolling vibe of “My World” should be played at full volume.
Iggy Azalea’s sexpot style and lyrical attitude are the perfect fit for a late-night rendezvous with debauchery.
3. “Gold” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
Change things up a little with the fun flows and vibrant beats of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. “Gold” is guaranteed to elevate the mood and maybe even launch an off-tune group rap session once you and your crew get the chorus down.
4. “Opposite of Adults” by Chiddy Bang
MGMT’s “Kids” adorned the soundtrack of many a memorable party when it first debuted. Two years later Chiddy Bang reshaped the track (and cleverly renamed it) into a rousing rap anthem that delivers the same pounding beat and spirited atmosphere as the original, fused with a heavy serving of hip-hop cool.
5. “Cheers (Drink To That)” by Rihanna
Few tracks raise glasses quite as well as this party-ready Rihanna number. Turn it up and grab your bottle of choice.
6. “Keep Up With You” by Teenage Bad Girl
Electronic music sounds best at night, particularly while you have a drink in your hand and a group of fellow partiers in your immediate vicinity. Teenage Bad Girl’s fast-paced “Keep Up With You” will kick things up a notch and leave your fingertips vibrating long after the last hint of synth has trickled from the speakers.