Best Party Songs 2010
The best party songs 2010 are those songs that just somehow make you feel good every time you hear them. They're usually not serious songs. However, that doesn't make them bad; it just means they're more for feeling good, than anything else.
- Matt & Kim – “Cameras” Everybody has cameras in their phones these days and constantly need to document every event. This song is wonderful because it talks about just enjoying the moments. If you're too busy trying to get the best photo, how can you truly enjoy yourself?
- Taylor Swift – “Mine” Taylor Swift has sung her share of breakup song. This 2010 party song, however, focuses on how she found Mr. Right. Ownership is a good thing.
- Local Natives – “Sun Hands” This Los Angeles band knows a thing or two about sunshine. "Sun Hands" is a sunny, warm, party song that made 2010 such a good year for music.
- Janelle Monae -- “Tightrope” This is a dance song, pure and simple. Janelle Monae is cool leader of the dance line with this funky track. If it can't make you dance, nothing can.
- Cee-Lo Green -- “F---k You" This song, in its original form, has a really naughty word in it. But it's not really as mean-spirited as its title makes it sound. Cee-Lo Green is just having a little fun with the idea of breaking up.
- Katy Perry -- "California Gurls" This is a sort of update on an old Beach Boys songs. Just as that band made every girl wish she was a California girl, this 2010 party song from Katy Perry does the same thing all over again.
- Vampire Weekend -- "Holiday" Vampire Weekend's "Holiday" was used in at least a few TV commercials. It has a fun, upbeat groove. It's the sort of 2010 party song that starts a party wherever it goes.
- Brad Paisley -- "Water" It's simple, but true, that wherever there are large bodies of water, there is fun. This 2010 party song praises the beauty of hot sun, cold water, and nothing better to do but take it all in.
- Train -- "Hey Soul Sister" Train gave us this faux reggae gem in 2010. It just makes you want to chill out and enjoy life. Enjoying life is really what a party is all about.
- James Otto -- "Groovy Little Summer Song" This song is exactly what its title says it is -- a groovy little summer song. There's nothing big and serious going on with it. It's just about loving what summer is all about and having a party to celebrate that.
Posted on: Mar. 24, 2011