New to electronic dance music? These are the must-have beats in your playlist
Are you looking for something loud, heavy, and exceptionally lively to listen to? You can’t go wrong with EDM music.
Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is a set of percussive electronic music genres produced mainly for dance-based entertainment environments. These may include night clubs and sports betting establishments such as sbobet.
Many people like EDM for its welcoming and soothing nature. EDM has a stimulating effect, which forces you to be in the moment.
Here are some of the biggest EDM beats of all-time. Your EDM playlist can’t be complete without them.
Flux Pavilion – I Can’t Stop
I Can’t Stop by Flux Pavilion ruled the dance music scene in 2010. Kanye West and Jay-Z would later sample it in their hit Who Gon Stop Me.
Despite being about a decade old, the track remains popular across the globe. To make the track even spicier, Flux remixed it in 2013 and gave it the name I Still Can’t Stop.
Swedish House Mafia – Don’t You Worry Child
Don’t You Worry Child is one of the 2012’s biggest EDM hits. To date, the track still gets EDM enthusiasts nostalgic. It reminds them of the grandeur of Swedish House Mafia (SHM) before the group broke up.
Fortunately, SHM is back together once more. As such, there’s a strong belief that this track will continue to grace the dance music scene for many years to come.
If you don’t have it in your playlist yet, you better look for it. The song packs so much emotion that it would bring a rock to tears.
Pretty Lights – Finally Moving
Derek Vincent Smith, known by his stage name Pretty Lights, got his big break when he released the track Finally Moving.
Since the release of The Hidden Shades in 2014, the sample-based genius has only put out two tracks, Only Yesterday and Rainbows & Waterfalls in 2016 and 2017, respectively.
Aside from that, there has not been much from Pretty Lights to speak of. In fact, his band hasn’t performed live since 2018. Nonetheless, Finally Moving continues to send shivers down EDM lovers’ spines across the globe.
Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso – Calling (Lose My Mind)
This track would never miss at any major festival around the world. With the crowd always singing along to it, it was a track that tickled the fancy of the masses.
It’s almost impossible to create something as stunning as this song without the production prowess of the Swedish maestros like Alesso and Ingrosso.
Major Lazer & Dj Snake – Lean On
Lean On is one of the most addictive EDM tracks of the decade. The track took the online world by storm immediately after its release in March 2015.
With more than 2.7 billion views on YouTube, it is one of the most viewed videos of all time. Virtually every EDM lover understands the dance step, and they know what to do when the lyrics of the song drop.
If you are an EDM enthusiast, your playlist can’t be complete with these tracks.
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