Released in 1996, “Da’ Dip” is an energetic dance track sure to get your blood pumping. With its catchy melody and infectious lyrics, “Da’ Dip” will have you singing along and dancing along in no time!
People living during the 90s will recognize this Eurodance hit from Corona. With its memorable beat and lyrics, it remains an evergreen song!
1. “Another Night” by MC Sar and The Real McCoy
A classic Eurodance track that everyone from the 90s grew up listening to, this Eurodance song makes an excellent addition to any 1990-2000 dance music playlist. With an infectious beat and infectious groove, this Eurodance tune will get people dancing!
The song features an engaging, driving beat to keep dancers moving forward and some unexpected musical elements that will provide an engaging listening experience.
Even though this song may not be as catchy as some of its counterparts on this list, it still adds a dash of Eurodance style to your 1990 2000 dance music playlist. The Real McCoy was an influential German Eurodance music project led by singers Jeglitza and Karin Kasar before splitting apart in 1997; Wind continued producing their singles without Hassas.
2. “Macarena” by Los Del Rio
Although released a year before the 90s began, this song quickly became a favorite dance music classic of that decade. Boasting an easy groove and lyrics that feature repeating lines, this tune makes dancing to it effortless while keeping its catchiness.
Rap was popularized during the 1990s thanks to Queen Latifah and hip hop group Salt-N-Pepa breaking into mainstream consciousness. Although some rap songs could contain explicit content, most featured catchy beats that encouraged listeners to dance along.
Bizarre Inc’s hit from the 90s “Livin’ La Vida Loca” from their album Energique is sure to keep dancers moving! Boasting an engaging rhythm that will get everyone moving and keeping them interested, this tune provides the perfect introduction into Miami Base music genre.
3. “Crazy in Love” by Beyonce
If you prefer dancing to soothing yet upbeat music, this song will surely meet your requirements. Featuring a timeless electronic instrumental groove suitable for club dancing, this track has everything needed for satisfyingly relaxing dancing sessions.
After Beyonce demonstrated her talents with Destiny’s Child, she launched her solo career with this hit single that changed pop history forever and can also be heard in various movies.
Though first released by Chaka Khan in 1979, Whitney Houston’s rendition became a massive hit and made history. An energetic dance track, this hit song can bring any party alive! Furthermore, its use as an example of 1990s hip hop culture shows its longevity: often using samples from older songs to add its unique flavor; making this style one of the most widely practiced styles and helping many famous rappers launch their careers through it.
4. “Insomnia” by Robin S.
In the 1990s, music from across many genres found an active place in popular culture – this included dance music that combined elements from different styles into an easy to keep-up beat and exudes plenty of energy – perfect for dance parties!
Although not as well-known, this song remains an ideal addition to any 90s dance playlist. Its beat will keep people dancing all the way through, while its lyrics allow everyone to easily sing along.
This song should be on any dance playlist! With its vibrant and energetic beat and memorable lyrics that keep people moving around the room, this track will get everyone dancing around the room! Plus it features catchy tunes for repeat listenings.
5. “This Is Your Night” by Amber
“This Is Your Night” by Amber is an ideal song to add a dance party playlist, featuring hip hop and electronic musical styles with lyrics that are easy to hear and sing along to. Additionally, making this an engaging track for dancing.
“U Can’t Touch This”, one of MC Hammer’s dance music classics, remains popular at dance parties today. Everyone knows it even if they don’t recall who the artist was or their name.
“Cotton Eye Joe” by Deee-Lite may not be as fast or energetic, but its great beat will keep people moving at house dances. The upbeat fiddle playing and exaggerated folk singing add an exciting energy to this track, which also features an engaging visual video to encourage dancing.
6. “Vogue” by Madonna
Vogue, Madonna’s first mainstream dance hit, introduced dance styles into mainstream awareness. Shep Pettibone had produced earlier hits for Madonna such as True Blue and Causing A Commotion that inspired this track.
This black-and-white video for “Vogue” by Madonna features several pieces of art as well as women in fedoras striking poses and striking poses themselves. Madonna herself can be seen vogueing alongside dancers.
Madonna has made this classic part of her live shows on six of her world tours to date and featured it on Celebration (2009), her greatest hits compilation. Any fan of 90s dance music should listen closely!
7. “What Is Love” by Haddaway
This song from 1990 album Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ‘Em will surely get people dancing. With its catchy beat and lyrics that can easily be sang along to, MC Hammer is an iconic hip hop artist and his track has an irresistibly classic sound to it.
Haddaway’s song enjoyed a revival in 1996 after it was featured in Saturday Night Live Roxbury Guys sketches and the 1998 movie spinoff. Although now slightly outdated, its energy remains just as potent.
While not as well-known as some of the songs on this list, this song will get people moving. With Eurodance-inspired rhythm and style music that will have everyone moving at your dance party or added into a playlist for more relaxed listening experience.
8. “Everybody Everybody” by Black Box
Released in 1990, Black Box’s song became a classic upon its debut in America during an era when house music was experiencing its initial crossover moment. Their version added English lyrics to make it even more beloved.
Most people will recognize this song simply by its title; even those unfamiliar with its artist will likely recognize its catchy melody and infectious beat as dance floor staples. Its smooth groove makes for easy dancing moves while its infectious beat keeps things lively for an endlessly enjoyable listening experience.
Montell Jordan may not have many hits, but this song stands out among his repertoire. Its rhythm makes it easy to dance along to, while its lyrics make for enjoyable singing along. A perfect addition to any 90s dance playlist; The 100 Collection: Dance 90s & 00s offers DJ friendly compilations that provide Warm Up songs, Main Set floor-fillers and End of Night tracks to get any party going!
9. “One More Time” by Daft Punk
Every dance music playlist requires at least one slow song to provide people time to refocus after an intense dancing experience. Cher’s “Believe” is ideal in this regard due to its sentimental melody and stand-out sound among other ’90s songs.
After demonstrating that filter-house and techno could have broad pop appeal with their 1997 debut Homework, French electronic music duo Daft Punk upped the ante with 2001’s Discovery with its lead single, “One More Time”. Featuring Romanthony singing heavily processed through Auto-Tune, “One More Time” became one of the biggest dance hits of this decade.
This song features a sample from Eddie Johns’ 1979 disco hit “More Spell on You”, yet Johns claims not to have received any royalties for its use in this dance track. Still, this remains one of the most beloved dance tracks ever.
10. “Cotton Eye Joe” by The Pretenders
The Pretenders are an alternative rock band often classified as New Wave music. Since their formation in 1985, they have released multiple albums throughout the 1990s with this catchy dance tune becoming globally renowned.
This song may have an upbeat fiddle playing and exaggerated folk singing sound, yet is great music for dancing. The beat is quick and the lyrics easy to remember.
This song is perfect for setting the atmosphere before bed or taking a break, with its soothing melody and lyrics that will put a smile on your face. A must-have on any playlist.