Top EDM Songs Right Now
Top EDM Songs Right Now: In 2021, dance music is going through a big shift. There is more to music than just bass and big drops. In addition to the old era and odes to the ’90s, some artists are also bringing in the future of dance music and setting the pace for the next decade.
Take a listen to some of the hottest EDM tracks right now featuring some of the hottest DJs like DJ Snake, Lost Frequencies, Skrillex, Tiesto, Marshmello and loads more. Don’t forget to share your current EDM favourites with us too.
Top EDM Songs Right Now
1. Farruko – Pepas
The Carnival anthem for the year has been sung. The Puerto Rican singer and songwriter Farruko has a chart-topping hit. The song is what he calls “a total experiment,” and you can hear it. Pepas is a euphoric uptempo song to get the crowd going wild.
2. SHOUSE – Love Tonight
Shouse has created a classic house banger featuring a euphoric vocal line with an ode to Chicago house. It has become a must-play for every party around the world and is being remixed by all the top DJs. In the video, we are transported to the warehouse party days of Frankie Knuckles.
3. J.Balvin, Skrillex – In Da Getto
Another internet sensation comes, this time from the two kings of electronic music. The ultimate party anthem made by J.Balvin and Skrillex.
Additionally, Khaby Lame makes a cameo appearance in the video, demonstrating that it was designed to go viral.
4.Tiësto & Karol G – Don’t Be Shy
Once again, Tiësto proves that he is a visionary artist. In addition to being a catchy song, the music video is also visually pleasing with a unique storyline.
5. Lost Frequencies ft Calum Scott – Where Are You Now
Felix De Laet aka Lost Frequencies continues to push boundaries and bring in new sounds. In his latest single, he has merged his signature guitar house style with new synth-based deep house sounds. With this song, Calum Scott displays his songwriting skills beautifully and takes the listener on a smooth ride. A new visual appeal is also being brought to the artist by the music video.
6. Tinlicker & Helsloot – Because You Move Me
Tinlicker changes sound this time, returning to classic deep house. As its name suggests, the track grows on you and makes you groove. Perfect for setting the mood on the dance floor.
7. Marshmello x Jonas Brothers – Leave Before You Love Me
It’s going to be a fun ride when two of the biggest names team up. A reworking of “Last Christmas” by Wham!, “Leave Before You Love Me” with Marshmello is the perfect addition to make the reunion a perfect one.
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8.Majestic x Boney M. – Rasputin
Listening to this one is not enough. The dance floor hit of Majestic makes us want to dance all the way and make us say, “Ra Ra Rasputin” and forget everything else.
9.Ofenbach & Ella Henderson – Hurricane
House pioneer Ofenbach is evolving slowly, and “Hurricane” is a perfect example of that. Ella Henderson’s melodious voice makes this uplifting deep house track even more powerful making us take that leap of faith.
10.Felix Jaehn, Robin Schulz ft. Georgia Ku – I Got A Feeling
It’s another feel-good track from the tropical gods. With “I Got A Feeling” they master the trick of getting you to give in to your happy emotions.
11. Kungs – Never Going Home
As the year of recreation continues, “Kungs” gives Mind Enterprises – “Idol” a different spin. Maintaining the grove, the music video also brings excitement.
12. FISHER – Just Feels Tight
It is time for another crazy party king single called “Just Feels Tight.”. This erotic video captures the spirit of the artist and the song, along with his signature “Hand” steps. A few aspects of the video are reminiscent of the classic by Eric Prydz, “Call on me.”
13. Ed Sheeran – Bad Habits [Meduza Remix]
Meduza adds future rave vibes to the debut track from Ed Sheeran’s upcoming album. “Meduza” has proven to be a long-term player and this was only the start of the journey.
DJ Snake gives us something new after a long run of dark trap music. The track illustrates exactly how relaxing it can be to take a break sometimes.
15. RÜFÜS DU SOL – On My Knees
The band returns with another synth-heavy dance floor stomper. In their own words, the band declares: “2021 belongs to us.”
16. Kygo ft. Zoe Wees – Love Me Now
Kygo’s classic “Firestone” style is back after a long absence. Zoe Sees puts her husky voice to good use in this song. As well as showcasing the barrier the artists are trying to break, the video displays the beauty of the tropical world.
17. Trosk & Chemical Neon – Everything’s Changing (feat. Agnes Cecilia)
Speaking of Tropical House, new entrant Trosk is making some loud noise and we now know why. “Everything Changes” is a proper electronic dance pop song. Agnes Cecilia says it right that “Nothing Can Stop Us” from listening to this on repeat.
Which is your favourite track from the list? Let us know in the comments below.
Shantanu GursalMy musical journey began in 2013, and the road has led me to become a producer, DJ, and writer. Each form of music I listen to has roots that I like to explore deeply. As an artist with a wide range of influences, spanning multiple genres such as House, Techno, Drum & Bass, and Asian Underground. I developed my artist aliases with Smg and kSaya, exploring the deepest and most definitive sounds of electronic music; which I am now translating into. Latest posts by Shantanu Gursal (see all)
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