Checkout the below listed latest top 10 best Songs For Zumba Workout of all time 2017, There’s no shortage of fitness options out there. From pilates to yoga, from hitting the gym and pumping iron to swimming, jogging or walking on a treadmill, Zumba has taken the world by storm.
Zumba originated in Columbia with dancer and choreographer Alberto “Beto” Perez in the 1990’s. Incorporating dance and aerobics, Zumba fuses all sorts of musical genres into workout sessions, such as hip-hop, samba, salsa, mambo and more. Zumba has you dancing, squatting, lunging, and getting into shape with its motivating beats and rhythms.
There are lots of fitness buffs joining the Zumba craze out there, over 15 million of them, specifically, with classes being offered in over 200,000 locations in 180 countries.
Here we present the list of top 10 best Songs For Zumba Workout of all time 2017.
But you can’t have a Zumba workout without great music, so we’ve scoured the music-scape and found our top picks to make your Zumba workout the perfect, zesty, fun filled session. So here they are, the Top Ten Best Songs For Zumba Workout!
10. BELLY DANCER (Bananza) – Akon
For the music video, hitmaker Akon drops by a store where he spies a nice looking girl, and soon ends up with her at a local belly dancing club. Belly Dancer appeared in the 2009 teen comedy film “Fired Up,” and also charted number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. From his debut album “Trouble,” Belly Dancer peaked at number 5 on the UK charts, and makes for a great hit for you to use in your Zumba session!
9. ROCK THIS PARTY – Bob Sinclar
From French music producer and deejay Bob Sinclar’s 2006 album “Western Dream,” Rock This Party is his biggest hit, rising to number 3 on the UK Singles Chart and number six on the ARIA Singles Chart. Rock This Party, featuring Dollarman and Makedah on vocals, incorporates parts of the 1990’s hit Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) by C+C Music Factory, and fit perfectly into any Zumba routine!
8. SUAVEMENTE – Elvis Crespo
One can’t very well have a list of great tunes for Zumba workouts without including a Latin hit. Suavemente (“smoothly” for you English speakers) was written and recorded by Puerto Rican-American Elvis Crespo for his 1998 debut solo album. The former member of Grupo Mania rode the hit to the top of the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks in May of that year, keeping it there for six weeks. The often-covered hit won Crespo a Premios Lo Nuestro award and two Latin Billboard Music Awards, as well as hitting the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
7. WE SPEAK NO AMERICANO – Yolanda Be Cool / DCUP
Australian band Yolanda Be Cool rode this huge international hit to great success in Europe, Australia, Latin America, the United States and Canada in 2010, with the guidance of producer DCUP. We Speak No Americano samples the 1956 Italian song Tu Vuò Fà L’Americano by Renato Carosone, written by Carosone and Nicola Salerno. Selling over a million digital copies in the United States, this great Zumba-friendly tune was also featured in several films, and included on the video games “Zumba Fitness 2” and “Just Dance 4.”
6. BUMPY RIDE – Mohombi
Mohombi “promises to ‘rock’ the female subject of his affections ‘like a rodeo'” wrote reviewer Paul Lester of The Guardian. Bumpy Ride, a soca song from rhythm and blues artist Mohombi, debuted as a single in the United States in 2010. From his first album “MoveMeant,” the Swedish-Congolese singer’s tune became an international, chart-topping hit in the Netherlands, as well as scoring on the charts in Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, and Sweden. Bumpy Ride will get you moving, Zumba-style!
5. LET’S GET LOUD – Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez made quite the splash with her role as Selena in the film of the same title. This success propelled her toward a recording career, and in 1999, she released her debut album “On The 6.” Let’s Get Loud was a worldwide success for Lopez, charting in several countries, including the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs, and earning her a Grammy nomination. Penned by former Miami Sound Machine lead singer Gloria Estefan, Lopez recorded the hit after Estefan passed on it, saying Lopez would have “more fun with it,” and would put “a new spin on it.” Indeed, she did!
4. MENEANDO – Robert Abigail / DJ Rebel
Beginning his career at the tender age of 15 in Rotterdam, where he was raised, Robert Abigail worked as a deejay in several clubs in The Netherlands. Scoring big when his Mojito Song was used in a Bacardi rum commercial, Abigail was on his way, charting with the hit, then subsequently touring with various acts, such as M.O. and DJ Rebel. His next hits included Meringue and Good Times, before he released the Zumba-friendly Meneando in 2010, with DJ Rebel, and featuring M.O.
3. I KNOW YOU WANT ME (CALLE OCHO) – Pitbull
Calle Ocho is a street in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, which serves as the backdrop for Pitbull’s huge hit from his album “Rebelution.” I Know You Want Me became an international sensation, heard not only on radios all over the world, but featured in “Dance Central,” the XBox dancing game, “Dance Dance Revolution” X2 on Sony’s PlayStation 2, and PlaySation 3’s “SingStar Dance.” It received a nomination for the 2010 Latin Billboard Music Awards, charted internationally, and has sold at least 3.2 digital downloads in the United States.
2. HIPS DON’T LIE – Shakira
Hips don’t lie. Neither does the massive success of Shakira’s Zumba-friendly hit from 2006. Featuring Haitian rapper Wyclef Jean, and taken from her album “Oral Fixation,” Hips Don’t Lie received numerous awards, and topped the charts in 18 countries, becoming her first number-one single in the United States. Possibly Shakira’s signature song, the worldwide hit, infused with salsa and worldbeats, Hips Don’t Lie is one of the best-selling singles of the 21st century, having sold a whopping ten million digital downloads.
1. MANEATER – Nelly Furtado
Influenced by Hall and Oate’s hit of the same name, Furtado rode the huge success of this song to enormous international chart success. From her 2006 album “Loose,” Maneater scored on over 25 charts all over the world, including topping three charts in the U.S., U.K., and Denmark. The hit has an uptempo, electropop sound which mixes rock with synthpop. Furtado stated her song “…truly has a life of its own; it makes you move.” That it does, Nelly. That it does. Zumba-style!
Most any workout routine requires music for motivation. Fact is, Zumba requires it like no other. To have a great Zumba routine, you simply have to have the right music which drives and propels you to shake those hips, move those feet and get dancing! Fortunately, there is no shortage of perfect hits to make your Zumba workout a complete success. So, put on these great hits for your next workout, and let’s get in shape!