Checkout the below listed latest top 10 best Songs For Freshers Party in 2017, Being a Fresher is already scary enough as you are making the transition to a new place with new people. The best way for you to break the ice is to participate in one of the likely hundreds of fresher parties that will be taking place throughout the school year. Knowing what to do put on a playlist if you are left in charge of the music is important, as some of these songs are deemed the greatest party songs for university or colleges across the world right now.
- #10. “Hypnotize” – Notorious B.I.G.
- #9. “Dynamite” – Taio Cruz
- #8. “Fight For Your Right” – Beastie Boys
- #7. “Roses” – The Chainsmokers
- #6. “Drop It Like It’s Hot” – Snoop Dogg (feat. Pharrell)
- #5. “Raise Your Glass” – P!nk
- #4. “Sorry” – Justin Bieber
- #3. “Trap Queen” – Fetty Wap
- #2. “Party Hard” – Andrew W. K.
- #1. “We Are Young” – Fun.
Here we present the list of top 10 best Songs For Freshers Party in 2017.
#10. “Hypnotize” – Notorious B.I.G.
The Notorious B.I.G. is hailed as one of the greatest rappers of all time, so it is no surprise that his song “Hypnotize” should very much still be on any party playlist (where its age appropriate). There is something about this track that people simply cannot help but dance to, and kudos to you if you are the one person in your group that knows all of the rap parts as well as the chorus everyone in the room is going to be singing along with.
#9. “Dynamite” – Taio Cruz
While there are dance anthems galore all throughout the history of the world, “Dynamite” has had a sort of lasting power throughout the nearly 8 years that the song has been out now. This is a song that everyone is going to want to dance along with, and almost everyone in the whole world knows the words to at least the chorus. Word of warning though, only play this song if you are wanting the entire room to start getting up and actually moving around.
#8. “Fight For Your Right” – Beastie Boys
For the more rough around the edges kind of crowd, there is the party anthem for you as well. When you throw anything from the Beastie Boys on, these white emcees get the respect they deserve. “Fight For Your Right” is a track that encourages teens and young adults, much like you freshers, to fight for your right to party. And there is literally no better place to fight for that right, then when you are throwing a huge party your Freshman year.
#7. “Roses” – The Chainsmokers
The Chainsmokers are starting to turn a lot of heads internationally with their impressive instrumentation and intuitive lyrics and vocals. While the song “Closer” is surpassing “Roses” in overall popularity at the current point and time, “Roses” is a song that will prove to be a much needed track on your party playlist for years to come. This song just literally sounds amazing coming through good speakers, it has true deep bass and some of the most unique vocal editing that has been done in history.
#6. “Drop It Like It’s Hot” – Snoop Dogg (feat. Pharrell)
Everyone likes to dance, and that’s precisely what this now classic dance anthem from Snoop Dogg and Pharrell is meant to inspire all the ladies in the room to do. When you are dropping it like it’s hot, you are taking it low to the floor and bringing it up nice and slow. Make sure that all of the fine ladies at your fresher party know just how this is done, but it’s very, very likely that they already have dropped it once or twice before now.
#5. “Raise Your Glass” – P!nk
Toasts are cool and toasts are fun. P!nk wants everyone to raise a glass with her in this power pop anthem that celebrates every single person in the room. It isn’t about being part of a popularity contest, it’s about cutting loose and having a good time together. While “Raise Your Glass” might be dedicated to the underdogs and the freaks, it is really for anyone that isn’t so full of themselves to have a good time with whoever wants to dance at the party.
#4. “Sorry” – Justin Bieber
There is nothing quite like a song about fixing your mistakes, but when that song is as addictive and beat driven as Justin Bieber’s pop track, “Sorry” becomes more than just an apology song. This is a track that is about reconciliation, but its beat and its danceable instrumentation beyond that are encouraging even the people that are just meeting to get involved in things they might later also have to apologize for. One thing you won’t say you’re sorry for, putting this track in the rotation.
#3. “Trap Queen” – Fetty Wap
Fetty Wap might have only really been around for the past few years gaining notoriety and fame, but that doesn’t mean that the tracks that he has put out so far aren’t so good that they shouldn’t instantly be included on your party playlist. “Trap Queen” has a kind of beat that can get the whole room moving, similar in nature to “Turn Down For What” by Lil Jon (which might just have to be included as well on your list come to think about it).
#2. “Party Hard” – Andrew W. K.
Rock songs don’t usually make a lot of the time block when it comes to party settings, but there is nothing wrong with the kind of contained riot that this Andrew W.K. song is going to start. People like hearing the word party, and people like to party hard when they are cutting loose. There is no hidden message to this song, it is simple. Party. Hard.
#1. “We Are Young” – Fun.
So I know what you’re thinking, how did a pop song (albeit a super good one) end up at number one compared to some of these other tracks? Well, the answer is as simple as polls regarding what songs were always on playlists throughout schools around the world this year, and surprise surprise, this track was seen most often of all of those institutions. So get it on your playlist too, because you don’t want to be the only one without it now, do you?
These selections comprise a number of different genres from hard rock to rap, but they are deemed some of the best tracks for your fresher party. No matter the age of some of these songs, as some are several decades old, you can’t change what tracks can really set a party off right. These selected songs are must haves for any party playlist, but are sure to help you make a good first impression as a fresher.