Since we decided to make this a weekly feature, we divided up our original post that was going to go out next week and are reviewing a lot of those songs here. The next couple of weeks should have a larger number of songs that we would normally post. The majority of these songs are
Since we decided to make this a weekly feature, we divided up our original post that was going to go out next week and are reviewing a lot of those songs here. The next couple of weeks should have a larger number of songs that we would normally post. The majority of these songs are available through Promo Only’s POOL which delivers music right to your computer. We pay for the POOL service, Promo Only has not provided any sort of compensation for this endorsement.
Vivir Mi Vida – Enrique Iglesias is our pick this week for an older song that you should have. This song will satisfy a lot of your fans with a clap track and upbeat feel through the whole song. You’ll see people moving around to this song.
Boneless – Steve Aoki, Chris Lake and Tujamo is a fun and kind of obnoxious song (in a good way) that we use to spur the crowd a little. It can lead to clapping, dancing, and moving around. Great song for rally situations.
Close – Nick Jonas feature Tove Lo this is going to be a song you hear a lot this summer, and could play for walk-in on nights you have a younger crowd. This isn’t going to be the “it” song, but it’s a good song to have on in the background.
Under the Lights – Cassio Monroe is being used commercially by the Baltimore Orioles this season. It can be used for a variety of purposes and is going into our build playlist for before the starting line-ups.
Work This Body – Walk The Moon struck it big last year with Shut Up And Dance and keeps the party going with this song. Not quite the previous song, but it’s still fun and upbeat. Use it early in the game to make people smile.
Sit Still Look Pretty – Daya is a good background song to use during walk-in or rain delays.
Gyal You A Party Animal – Charly Black can be used on nights that scale more for young adults than families. It has a nice Caribbean beat to it that will get people tapping their feet
Elevator – DJ Fresh x Erik Arbores is a top-tapping dance song that you could use in a video that features an elevator. You can also use the beat for quick crowd pumps or rallies.
Gimmie The Love – Jake Bugg is a good alternative song to have in your mix. A good mid to up-tempo song can be used closer to game time as a filler song to keep things upbeat. Want to use it in the game, why not use it for pitching changes (baseball/softball) or penalties.
Do It, Try It – M83 is another in a long line of songs with M83’s distinctive sound that can change the pace a little. Without dominating lyrics, you could use this song as a music bed under P. A. announcements.
Good Help (Is So Hard To Find) – Death Cab for Cutie has a good alternative song with some crossover appeal to it. Walk-in or even for an inning the visiting team is coming to bat.
Ha Ha Ha Ha (Yeah) – White Denim is a song with a funky James Brown sound to it that could find its way into the rotation during the early part of the game. It’s fast with a fun message.
Fast Car – Jonas Blue featuring Dakota is a dance remake of the Tracy Chapman hit of the 1990’s. It’s not quite as slow as Chapman’s version but could still be used to hit a cross-section of your fans.