10 Best Club Songs Of 2008
Ask anyone for a list of the ten best club songs of 2008 and they will give a wide variety of answers. People danced to a lot of great tunes that year, and these songs were not only popular in the clubs, but were also chart toppers and award winners. These club songs were chosen to represent a mix of rap, hip-hop, electronic, and pop music, so that everyone can find a tune they want to dance to. After reading this list you'll be ready to put on your old CDs and get up to dance along with these ten best club songs.
- "Forever" by Chris Brown. This R&B hit started out as a jingle for a chewing gum commercial. When it was lengthened to a full song, it became popular in dance clubs and made it to the top ten charts in many countries. It certainly deserves a spot in the list of best club songs of 2008.
- "Love In This Club" by Usher. This song speaks of a lust to have sex in a nightclub. The slow tempo gives dancers a perfect way to express their own smoldering desire. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 and was on multiple other record charts in 2008.
- "Lollipop" by Lil Wayne. Any list of club songs of 2008 must include some rap. This catchy rap tune was Lil Wayne's introduction to mainstream audiences. Dance clubs everywhere featured it helping him reach wider audiences. It was the first song of 2008 to reach number one on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart.
- "I Kissed a Girl" by Katy Perry. This edgy dance tune tells about a fleeting moment when two young women kiss after a night in the club. There were two versions out in 2008, with the faster beat being the most popular dance tune. It certainly deserves to be considered as a top club song of 2008.
- "Just dance" by Lady Gaga. Lady Gaga's first solo single made it to the Hot 100. The upbeat tempo mixed along with references to clubbing and partying turned it into a popular sing-along and club song of 2008.
- "Let it Rock" by Kevin Rudolf. Rocker Kevin Rudolf got some help from rapper Lil Wayne in this debut attempt. The song never reached number one in the charts but it was a huge success in nightclubs.
- "Sexy Can I" by Ray J. People never tire of dancing to slow songs, especially slow songs about sex. This was written to be a dance number and received a lot of play time in clubs. It danced its way to number three on Billboard's Hot 100.
- "Shut Up and Let me Go" by The Ting Tings. Three ways to tell if a song has made it: win an award, top the charts, get tapped to be in a commercial. This bouncy tune by a London-based indie pop duo did all three. It was also an immensely popular club song in 2008.
- "Low" by Flo-Rida. This debut electro rap single was a record breaker in several ways. It managed to stay at the top of the charts for thirteen weeks in 2008. The catchy dance tune was number one as a club song in 2008 as well.
- "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" by Beyoncé. This popular piece won three Grammys in 2008: Song of the Year, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, and Best R&B Song. No one has to take the critics' word for it that it was the best club song of 2008. Just crank up this popular number and watch the clubbers pour onto the dance floor.