The best way to compile a workout playlist and this would be anonymously agreed by gym trainers is to have a variety. For instance, rap tracks normally encounter diverse successes in a workout environment because of their lower tempos which are ideal and best suited for workouts that involve strength building however they are very ill-suited to cardio.
In regards to the statement above we have decided to offer you a variety as you can see on display to keep you going from cardio, strength, aerobics, dance, yoga and the rest of your fitness checklist.
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- Here is the ultimate list of the best workout songs 2017-2018.
- 10. Pharrell Williams – “Yellow Light”
- 9. The Killers – “The Man”
- 8. Selena Gomez – “Bad Liar”
- 7. Shania Twain – “Life’s About to Get Good”
- 6. Bebe Rexha & Lil Wayne – “The Way I Are
- 5. Hailee Steinfeld – Most Girls
- 4. Katy Perry & Nicki Minaj – Swish Swish
- 3. Nelly – Sounds Good to Me
- 2. Katy Perry & Migos – Bon Appetit
- 1. DNCE & Nicki Minaj – Kissing Strangers
Here is the ultimate list of the best workout songs 2017-2018.
10. Pharrell Williams – “Yellow Light”
Despicable Me 3 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) song “Yellow Light” is a song by Pharrell which was released on June 9, 2017. Apart from being a good soundtrack of the computer animated film Despicable 3 the song would be fun to listen to during your workout sessions in the gym. The track on YouTube has around 1.9 million views so far.
9. The Killers – “The Man”
The united states based rock band have The Killers have an upbeat bass driven track “The Man” which was released on June 14, 2017 and it happens it’s one of those soundtracks you want to listen to on your morning run. This song is their first new song in five years and its one of the leading singles in their fifth album Wonderful Wonderful. On charts, the song made it to position 2 on Billboard US Adult Alternative Songs, and position 3 on US Alternative songs and position 4 on US Rock Airplay songs. Watch the YouTube video which has around 7 million views.
8. Selena Gomez – “Bad Liar”
“Bad Liar” by Selena Gomez which she released on May 18, 2017 is among the best workout songs you might want to consider when on your morning jogs. The song is a pop rock tune best fitted for workouts. On charts, the song made it to top 20 in most charts among them US Billboard Hot 100, US Adult Top 40, UK singles, countries like Australia, Canada, Finland, Spain, Scotland, New Zealand among other countries.
7. Shania Twain – “Life’s About to Get Good”
Just as promised by the Canadian based singer on April 25th 2017 that she is going to release a new single on June it came to be as she released on June 15 2017 a track titled “Life’s About to Get Good”. The song is the lead single in Twain upcoming fifth studio album Now which will be her first album in 15 years. The song would be a good song for Yoga exercises and check out the video on YouTube which has 3 million views so far.
6. Bebe Rexha & Lil Wayne – “The Way I Are
The song from Bebe Rexha’s album All Your Fault Pt 2, which was released on 19th May 2017 featuring the rapper Lil Wayne “The Way I Are” is a major psyche booster in the workout fitness environment. The track is the lead single in the EP and samples Whitney’s song “I Wanna Dance With Somebody”. The video which was released on June 1, 2017 has 46 million views.
5. Hailee Steinfeld – Most Girls
Hailee Steinfeld released a female empowerment anthem which is a very inspirational track positioning all the women in the world as strong and powerful. “Most Girls” which was released on April 28, 2017 is on the genre of electropop and tropical house and therefore suits workout sessions in the gym. The song video which was released on May 23, 2017 has around 66 million views on YouTube.
4. Katy Perry & Nicki Minaj – Swish Swish
The collaboration between the queen of pop Katy Perry and the queen of rap Nicki Minaj gave birth to one of the best running songs you can listen to in the gym “Swish Swish”. This song is among the songs in Kate fifth studio album Witness 2017.the song was released on May 19, 2017 and so far on charts it has already been on number 1 in US Dance Club Songs, no 7 in US Hot Dance/Electronic Songs and No 9 in UK Dance Charts. On YouTube, the song has got around 56 million views so far.
3. Nelly – Sounds Good to Me
On march 10th 2017 Nelly returned to the music scene with a brand-new hit “Sounds Good to Me.” after releasing “The Fix” in 2015. The hit “Sounds Good To Me” is a country influenced pop song just fit for a morning run or some yoga sessions in the gym. The song which is about sex has around 200,000 views on YouTube.
2. Katy Perry & Migos – Bon Appetit
The collaboration between the pop queen Katy Perry and the hip-hop group Migos resulted into “Bon Appétit” which was released on April 28, 2017.This song which is the second single of Katy Perry fifth studio album Witness 2017 its one good song for a workout. Commercially the song has performed exemplary well as it has already charted within top ten and top twenty in many countries among them Belgium, France, Israel, New Zealand, the song video which was released on May 12, 2017 has around 273 million views on YouTube.
1. DNCE & Nicki Minaj – Kissing Strangers
DNCE teamed up with rapper Nicki Minaj for the very first time to bring to the world one of the best workout songs of 2017 “Kissing Strangers”. The song was released on April 13, 2017 and was produced by the Swedish duo Mattman ^Robin who also produced DNCE track “Cake By The Ocean”. The song on charts has already made it to position 3 in US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles, position 2 in Mexico, 5 in Venezuela English, and 28 in US Mainstream Top 40. The YouTube video has around 43 million views.
Am sure you have read or even heard from somewhere that workouts can be very beneficial to your overall wellbeing, well that’s very true. Whether you are performing a physical activity such as running, jogging, walking, dancing or whichever exercise you have choose you need some music to motivate and lift up your strength so that you can keep going. Such music you can find it on our playlist of top 10 best workout songs of 2017.