Party Songs 2010
Party songs of 2010 were numerous, as they are every year. But considering much of 2010 was spent getting out of a recession, there seemed to be more people looking to have a good time and escape from the rough realities of joblessness and other daily worries. So the party songs of 2010 were selected based upon what helped people escape, get drunk, dance and have a good time over the course of the year. Like most party songs of any year, however, the party songs of 2010 probably won't be remembered at parties in subsequent years.
- Usher's "DJ Got Us Fallin In Love." For some reason Usher is still popular, and it's probably because he has a knack for regularly making party songs that are fun to move and dance to. Or at least make all the really hot women at the party move and dance to. This party song of 2010 got a ton of radio play and play at clubs and bars, in turn getting everyone a lot of play, at least for a night.
- Far East Movement's "Like a G6." The party songs of 2010 that promised the allure of something really expensive, like a G6 airplane for example, seemed to have a lot of popularity due to the economic climate in 2010. That's why this song that basically repeated the refrain "Like a G6" over and over again was such an annoying, surprise hit.
- Enrique Iglesias's "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)." Another guy who doesn't seem to disappear is Enrique Iglesias, possibly because every woman who sees him wants to do him, meaning that he could sing "Old McDonald" as a party song and it would still probably be a hit. Contributing to this party song of 2010 was Ludacris, who bounces between being a legitimate artist and a guy just looking for a paycheck. Guess which one he is here?
- Beyonce's "Single Ladies." As a call to all the single ladies who, let's be honest, usually make a good party a good party, this party song of 2010 was an instant classic as it literally made the main fun quotient of the party get up and dance. Guys of course followed and soon, everyone at the party is dancing. Brilliant work Beyonce, even if the song is annoying.
- Kanye West's "Power." Usually, most people try to ignore what Kanye West has to say, though it's nearly impossible as he's played everywhere This party song of 2010 was one of those songs, which was impossible to ignore, especially at parties, when you are on the dance floor.