10 Hottest Club Songs 2010
Looking for the 10 hottest club songs of 2010? Look no further. Almost everyone loves music, whether it’s Beethoven, Jazz or Country. However, if you also like to club, then you know that music is what drives your adrenaline. Music is a natural soul pleaser and the right music can get you out of your seat and onto the dance floor. There are few songs that are worthy of the title, “hottest club songs.” So here is the list of the 10 hottest club songs of 2010.
- "California Gurls" by Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg. This song is a fast pace anthem that can get not only girls out of their seat, but the guys as well.
- "OMG" by Usher featuring Will.I.am. This is a hot song with a strong beat. The song that parodies the “OMG” phrase used primarily in texting is destined to have a long run in the clubs.
- "Massive Attack" by Nicki Minaj featuring Sean Garrett. THis song has definitely catapulted Nicki Minaj as one of the best female rappers of all time. This song is a guaranteed club banger.
- "Find Your Love" by Drake. This song has put Drake on the map as an MC to be reckoned with. Many people remember Drake from "Degrassi," but club goers know Drake as an artist that produce nothing but club hits.
- "Telephone" by Lady Gaga featuring Beyonce. This dynamic duo created a hit that will play in the club for years to come.
- "Not Afraid" by Eminem. This song is a smooth hip-hop record that gets club goers on their feet from start to finish.
- "Rude Boy" by Rihanna. This song is played repeatedly in clubs all around the world. Rihanna consistently makes hot club hits without fail.
- "Good Morning" by Diddy featuring Dirty Money. This club song introduced Dirty Money to the forefront. Good Morning has a strong beat and good lyrics with an easy chorus. That’s the recipe for a hot club song.
- "Down on Me" by Jeremiah featuring 50 Cent. This club song gets the whole club on its feet. This song is pure fire. The word hot doesn’t even do it justice.
- "Power" by Kanye West. This song has put Kanye back in the limelight, well it’s not like he ever left. Despite how you feel about Kanye, there is no denying that the guy can make a good club hit.