Top 10 Best English Party Songs of All Time

Checkout the below listed latest top 10 best English Party songs of all time 2017, Party songs are pretty universal all over the world. Whether you are partying in America or you are partying in England, most of the classic and current party tracks are pretty much the same. To put a finer point on it though, below you will find a list of the ten most popular English party tracks. For some clarity, these tracks are for adult parties primarily, and less like the birthday parties and less dance prone events that are also deemed parties.

Top 10 Best English Party Songs of All Time 2017

Here we present the list of top 10 best English Party songs of all time 2017-2018.

#10. “Shape of You” – Ed Sheeran

This is a very new song to both radio and to the acclaimed pop artist, but it is already topping the charts around the world. This is a song that you need to have on your playlist if you’re an Ed Sheeran fan. If you aren’t a fan, chances are the better part of your party guests are going to be. No matter what, “Shape of You” is a fun song that can get people up and moving around.

#9. “Cake By The Ocean” – DNCE

When the Jonas brothers split up and went their separate ways, one of them went on to create great dance anthems and club hits like “Cake By The Ocean” with his new group DNCE. This is a song that isn’t all that crazy in terms of lyrical content, but its repetition and 70s feel of the entire track makes it a song that people of all ages want to get up and jump around to. “Cake By The Ocean” from DNCE is a must have on your party playlist.

#8. “Same Old Love” – Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez is no stranger to international fame, and that’s even before she had her famous relationship with Justin Bieber. With several hit singles under her belt now, the pop singer is one that you simply have to be thinking about when you are throwing together your playlist. “Same Old Love” has a great instrumental production, from the driving beat through the song up to the use of synthesizer, this is a track that will be making party appearances for many years to come.

#7. “24K Magic” – Bruno Mars

This is another song that is fairly new to the world of pop music, but it already has a lot of international regard. Everyone knows Bruno Mars and his contributions to the genre throughout the years. He has been responsible for some of the greatest pop anthems back to back to back since Michael Jackson was an international superstar. “24K Magic” is one of the newer hits for the artist of the album of the same name, and it is going to get your party started off right.

#6. “Stiches” – Shawn Mendes

While there are no shortages in the lovelorn writers in pop music these days, there is none catchier and surprisingly upbeat than Shawn Mendes. His song “Stiches” is a worldwide hit, and is an excellent choice to get people up and dancing around at any party of any age range. The blend of the driving beat and a crisp acoustic guitar create a truly memorable instrumentation, which when combined with Mendes’ voice, makes it a must have song for your party.

#5. “Shake It Off” – Taylor Swift

One of the reigning queens of the Pop genre is Taylor Swift. This young star has seen more hit singles in decade that she has been making music than almost any other artist in the genre. There is seemingly nothing that the artist can do wrong, and her tracks are guaranteed to be a hit at any gathering you have. “Shake It Off” is a song about letting go of the people in your life that just want to bring you down and telling the haters that you aren’t going to let them get to you.

#4. “Happy” – Pharrell Williams

There is no hidden messages with this song, it really is just about being so happy that you can hardly contain yourself. “Happy” was one of the biggest hits for the standout artist (who is also a judge on the hit show The Voice), and was written to be part of the soundtrack for Despicable Me 2. While the film didn’t see quite the same successes, this track is one that you are going to want to include on your playlist because it can get everyone in the room feeling just as happy as the singer of this song.

#3. “Shut Up And Dance” – Walk The Moon

The name says it all, and if you want people to dance around your party and get moving, there are few better pop rock tracks that you can throw on for it. “Shut Up And Dance” might be one of the only hits so far that Walk The Moon has had, but its international fame and use in films and television ensure that the song is going to be right on the top of a lot of playlists all around the world for a long time.

#2. “All About That Bass” – Meghan Trainor

So yes, this song came out a few years ago now and it was a huge hit all around the world. But surprisingly, it is still nearly as big across the globe today as it was when it was first released. This is a song that makes people want to sing and dance, and can encourage the shyer people of your party to get involved as well. Furthermore this song just makes people feel good about themselves.

#1. “Uptown Funk” –  Mark Ronson (feat. Bruno Mars)

Mark Ronson might not be known for all the hits that he has had in his career up till now, but for the next several years at least, he will be known for creating “Uptown Funk”. While Bruno Mars does all of the vocals throughout the track, it is the combination of these vocals and Ronson’s arrangement that really make the song one of the greatest party tracks of all time.

Now you know some of the top English party songs of all time. While some of these are pretty new on the scene, they have already been deemed some of the best party songs the world over. Some of the older songs featured on this list have also proven their party worth throughout the years in countries all over the world, England included.

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