Our goal is not to list the best party songs of all-time. Rather, we want to give you a list of popular new party songs that will fill dance floors in 2016. The worst song to play is the song that no one knows. The songs listed below will be known by people who listen to the top 40 charts.
We’re not specifically going after club music, rave songs, hoedowns, keggers, weddings, or birthday parties. We are trying to satisfy the mass public while keeping the majority happy with a few songs that everyone would enjoy.
27 Hot New Party Songs 2016
House Party – Sam Hunt 2015, Country
My House – Flo Rida 2015, Hip Hop
Die A Happy Man – Thomas Rhett 2015, Country
Cake By The Ocean – DNCE 2015, Disco
Same Old Love – Selena Gomez 2015, Pop
What Do You Mean? – Justin Bieber 2015, Pop
Burning House – Cam 2015, Country
Confident – Demi Lovato 2015, Pop
I Love This Life – LOCASH 2015, Country
Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars 2014, Funk
Watch Me – Silentó 2015, Rap
Happy – Pharrell Williams 2014, Soul
Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran 2014, Pop Rock
Hotline Bling – Drake 2015, R&B
Strip It Down – Luke Bryan 2015, Country
Lean On – Major Lazer (feat. MØ & DJ Snake) 2015, Dance
Can’t Feel My Face – The Weeknd 2015, Pop
Love Me Like You Do – Ellie Goulding 2015, Pop
Shake It Off – Taylor Swift 2014, Pop
Stay A Little Longer – Brothers Osborne 2015, Country
Like I’m Gonna Lose You – Meghan Trainor feat. John Legend 2015, Soul
Fight Song – Rachel Platten 2015, Pop
Honey, I’m Good – Andy Grammer 2015, Pop Rock
Stitches – Shawn Mendes 2015, Pop
Antidote – Travis Scott 2015, Hip Hop
Break On Me – Keith Urban 2015, Country
On My Mind – Ellie Goulding 2015, Pop
As new songs become popular, we will try and update our new party songs periodically. In case we miss out on a new song for the end of 2015 or through 2016, please do comment it in below. Do you have a party song that should be added?
Looking for the best party songs for wedding receptions? Check out ur list of Top 200 Party Songs.
Matt loves listening to any music style he can understand the words. He lives in the wedding capital of the world, Las Vegas, with his wife Sharon. Matt's other likes include craft beer, baseball, and traveling.