Top 10 Dance Club Songs For March 2017

Welcome to our countdown for the Top Ten Dance Club Songs for March, 2017. We’ve got quite a nice group for you this month. The Chainsmokers are on our countdown times three, this month, sharing their synths with super group, Coldplay, and some air time with Halsey, plus their own trip down to Paris. “It Ain’t Me” is at position number 3 and shows no signs of stopping, looking to break the hold The Chainsmokers have on the top two spots. Sit back and enjoy our countdown for the Top Ten Dance Club Songs for March 2017

Top 10 Dance Club Songs For March 2017

Here we present the list of top 10 best Dance Club Songs of March 2017.

10. Scared to be Lonely – Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa

“Scared to be Lonely” is one of those tracks that is not only structured beautifully, but vocalized to perfection by Duo Lipa, who draws us deeply into this track, as her gut wrenching vocals reinforce the power and depth of the lyrics. The song takes us on a tour of the conflicted love of two who are not sure whether they stay together for love or just out of fear of being alone, in this sometimes sad, strange world. Dutch DJ Martin Garrix’s use of synth heavy techno pop further fuels this track, creating the back drop of tortured ambiance necessary for this track.

9. In The Name of Love – Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexho

DJ Martin Garrix and American-Albanian performer, Bebe Rexho actually used the FaceTime to c app to converse while making “In The Name of Love”. Both Rexho and Garrix worked to compose this track, and according to Garrix, “It all went organically…” By the time they finally got together, they knew it was a winner, clicked, and went to work. Bebe’s vocalizations reverberate the call for truth in the name of love, and pleasantly scratch and claw at your soul, while Garrix’s future bass synth movements accentuate to call.

8. Cold Water – Major Lazer featuring Justin Bieber and MO

Written by Ed Sheeran and Benny Blanco, “Cold Water”, an up beat track all about love, a mans devotion to his lady which is so strong, and unbreakable that he will never let go, as long as she wants him to hold on, that she “Shouldn’t be fighting on your own”. Major Lazer is a techno pop group, and “Cold Water” is from their fourth studio album, “Music is the Weapon”. Major Lazer collaborated with Beiber for this catchy and addictive chart topper that tells the classic tale of the unbreakable bond of love.

7. This is What You Came For – Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna

Calvin Harris arranged this song featuring the vocals of Rihanna. This is their third collaboration, after “We Found Love” and “Where Have You Been”. Rihanna did not think that this particular song would work with her album, “Anti”, so recorded separately, as a single after her album was released. Rihanna does a smashing performance on this track, her voice enlivens, energizes and reaches for the stars. Calvin’s arrangement suits Rihanna perfectly, and hopefully we’ll see more of these two in the future. Well done track.

6. Something Just Like This – The Chainsmokers & Coldplay

When Coldplay and The Chainsmokers performed “Something Just Like This” for the BRITS, the crowds erupted with massive cheers and applause. Super group Coldplay’s style blends quite well with the house beats of The Chainsmokers. The song reflects his yearning for someone who simply accepts him for who he is. “Something Just Like This” will be a track on The Chainsmokers future album, “Memories…Do No Open”. Excellent collaboration, great track.

5. Let Me Love You – DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber

“Let Me Love You” is an emotional track revolving around a mans desparation in that he might be losing his lady, and to please, please to not let him go. Tabloid rumors suggest the song is indeed about Bieber and his love for ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, who actually recorded a version of the song via SnapChat. French DJ, DJ Snake was sent the demo, liked it and go the song produced for his third single off of his debut album, 2016’s “Encore”.

4. Rockabye – Clean Bandit featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie

“Rockabye” is a strong narrative about self sacrifice, as a single woman who works as a pole dancer, does so to give her son a more promising future. Released on October 21, 2016, “Rockabye” is Clean Bandits first hit single after Neil Milan left the group. This track is dancehall genre, and performed perfectly by the talented Jamaican dancehall artist, Sean Paul. British techno group, Clean Bandit creates the perfect atmosphere for the emotive vocals of Sean Paul and Anne-Marie. Interesting and extremely creative collaboration and mix of styles, energies and genras.

3. It Ain’t Me – Kygo and Selena Gomez

“It Ain’t Me” is the highly anticipated smash hit from Kygo and Selena Gomez. This track gives us an insight into the mature side of Gomez’s work, adding diversity to her canon. Norwegian DJ, Kygo delivers just the right about of power, to effectively enhance Selena’s soft vocals in this track. Up tempo and on target, this track tells the tale about a relationship which breaks apart, and its painful after effects. Fans are kept wondering if this track and Biebers track, “Let Me Love You”, are symptoms of the pairs still stirring love for one another.

2. Closer – The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey

“Closer” is the EDM mega hit from DJ duo, The Chainsmokers. Vocals are provided by The Chainsmokers member, Andrew Taggart, and features Halsey. This is a vibrant, catchy track which tells of two lovers who decide to get back together again after a four year separation. The duet works as Taggart voices the mans yearning and Halsey’s skillfully done rendition offers a reply. Where it could have been a maudlin, downplayed track, but instead is a surprisingly upbeat song, where we actually find ourselves rooting for the pair, and hope everything can somehow work itself out in the end.

1. Paris – The Chainsmokers

Taking the number one spot for this countdown is the EDM hit, “Paris” by The Chainsmokers. This is our Third offering from The Chainsmokers in this countdown, and it is quite the memorable track indeed. “Paris” is not a song about the city, but instead, about a state of mind of two people in love in a very imperfect world, so perhaps see themselves in a dream world of sorts. Chainsmoker Andrew Taggart performs the vocals in this song of escape, with the uncredited vocals of Emily Warren appearing in the chorus. Well played, Chainsmokers, we hope you continue to have an excellent career.

There you have it, folks, our countdown for the top ten dance club songs for March 2017. A great crowd, full of talented, strong artists. Rihanna and Calvin smacking up quite a lightening storm with their hit, as Bieber gives it his all for his tracks. Be sure to check us out next month, to see what tracks have made the top for April, 2017.

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