All killer, no filler – let's dance. ", "A well hidden gem from Dutch dance music history, for those who know. Steve Smith, Norse disco-house producer Todd Terje’s hit track ruled the airwaves at countless clubs and festivals in 2014, and justifiably so. It also boasts a killer, kinky bass riff that refuses to be ignored; one artist who simply couldn’t ignore it, in fact, was a Mr Hammer – initials MC – who based a good chunk of a certain untouchable hit on said bass riff. Biggie was the victim of a drive-by shooting in 1997, just a year after ‘Hypnotize’ came out. Eddy Frankel, When it comes down to it, you really shouldn’t ever have a party without playing this early-‘90s firecracker of a choon at least once. Hank Shteamer, Serial apostrophe abusers Gn’R had their first proper mega-hit with this heartbreaker. Our favourite version, though, is Jepsen singing with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots, playing ‘Call Me Maybe’ on kids’ instruments. Eddy Frankel, Putting personal politics aside – R Kelly being a questionable human being and all – try and deny the powerful allure of this track. Born in 1977 in Tilburg, a medium-sized city located an hour’s drive south from Rotterdam, Joris Voorn grew up around music (his father was a composer). Back in 1982, Prince foretold that when the century turned, DJs around the world would desperately need songs about the occasion. People are divided over the song’s meaning: on one hand, some think that 'Push It' means to have sex and on the other hand there’s a camp that think that it means to dance your butt off. The main lesson to take from the video to Britney’s eastern-tinged 2003 mega-hit is that she would make a truly terrible air hostess. Bonkers. Joris Voorn - GU43 Rotterdam is out now on Global Underground. ‘Dancing in the Dark’ is also one of the Boss’s sexiest moments. Make like Lena Dunham in ‘Girls’ (see-through vest optional). Eddy Frankel, With a beat that’s bouncier than flubber and a ridiculous collision of rapid-fire, ultra-offensive rap verses and super poppy, husky-voiced lyricism, ‘212’ was a pretty incredible way for Banks to announce herself to the world back in 2011. As everyone pointed out after his death, Kurt would no doubt have hated how big it eventaully became, but this is one of the foremost examples of a song belonging to the fans rather than the artists who penned it. Check that vintage video and you’ll see from where the later single gets its ‘naa na na na naah’s. It should have a blue plaque on it. And he stares back at you, face cracking with a big grin that makes his moustache wriggle with glee and replies, 'Fiesta..? Special thanks to our users Tanzim K, Godslayer79, Lionel Gilmore and morgan hirst for submitting the idea on our Suggestion Tool at Check out the voting page here, you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at :)Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Time Out is a registered trademark of Time Out Digital Limited. This John Peel-championed 1978 punk classic is as simple and direct as they come. God. Kristen Zwicker. "From the album 76:14 which is a masterclass in ambient techno, no other artist ever came this close to perfecting the ultimate ambient music trip. Turn it up, shout, sing, scream, jump, flail. To help you make sure your party goes off like a frog in a sock, we've put together this list of surefire floor-fillers featuring a generous smattering of '90s songs, house songs and R&B songs. The 14-minute-35-second-long full-length version had to be edited down a little, however, before ‘Rapper’s Delight’ could break into the charts. Ellie Walker-Arnott. Just watch. Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! Imagine going to a party with Lionel Richie and touching him on the shoulder and asking, 'Hey Lionel, I just wondered how long are we gonna be here?' But like Mondrian, this Kingston hit maker achieves something alchemical with his brand of pop-reggae minimalism, so much so that obeying his dancefloor exhortations seems downright compulsory. This 1980 track is yet another smash that Chic’s Nile Rodgers had a hand in – the prolific sod. Amerie should take it as a compliment that Beyoncé pretty much stole this song wholesale for her megahit ‘Crazy in Love’. Sometimes a song comes along that’s so innovative that it changes the shape of the musical landscape for decades, whilst also getting you to shake yo bootay. We all want to be Paul Simon’s roly-poly, little bat-faced girl. ‘I’m bringing sexy back,’ former Mouseketeer and boy band escapee Justin Timberlake declares at the start of his 2006 single, making the case that he’d grown up more bluntly than a you-know-what in a box. Log in to start using My Beatport! That’s no diss to Damon and co in any way, more just that it adds to its freaky uniqueness. Dammit, it’s pure genius. Hank Shteamer, A stunningly simple and incredibly famous kick drum sequence introduces this Mancunian classic. ‘Push It’ also made our list of the best ’80s songs.