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100 Best Electropop Songs

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In recent years electropop has emerged one of the most popular music genres in mainstream. Although the roots of this genre developed in the ‘80s, the electropop explosion began post-2000. A number of electropop bands and artists have had phenomenal chart-topping success with their brand of hypnotic, dance-oriented songs.

The list below showcases a diverse collection of electropop songs for parties. You can use these songs as a guide to make your very own personalized playlists for every celebratory occasion that demands grooving, moving, dancing, and partying. If you have a view, opinion, or song suggestion, feel free to party in the comments section.

Top 10 Best Electropop Songs

  1. “Chandelier”—Sia
  2. “Bad Guy”—Billie Eilish
  3. “Stupid Love”—Lady Gaga
  4. “Moves Like Jagger”—Maroon 5
  5. “Lush Life”—Zara Larsson
  6. “Blinding Lights”—The Weeknd
  7. “Swan Song”—Dua Lipa
  8. “…Ready for It?”—Taylor Swift
  9. “Love You Like a Love Song”—Selena Gomez & the Scene
  10. “Catch My Breath”—Kelly Clarkson

What Is Electropop?

Electropop is a genre of music that combines stylistic elements of electronic music and pop music. Although the genre derives heavily from synth-pop, it’s the defined emphasis of electronic music employed with the primary use of synth sounds that makes this form of music unique in identity. The hybrid amalgamation of electronic pop crafted with aesthetic use of synthesizers gives this genre its signature sound. Experimental forms of electronic music in electropop include downtempo, breakbeat, drum and bass, hardstyle, dubstep, techno, EDM, synth-pop, wonky, IDM, chiptune, disco, house, electro, dub, electronicore, and trance.

#11—20

11. “You Should See Me in a Crown”—Billie Eilish

12. “Your Body”—Christina Aguilera

13. “Royals”—Lorde

14. “All Falls Down”—Alan Walker featuring Noah Cyrus and Digital Farm Animals

15. “Love Lockdown”—Kanye West

16. “Woman’s World”—Cher

17. “Beauty and a Beat”—Justin Bieber featuring Nicki Minaj

18. “Teenage Dream”—Katy Perry

19. “Look What You Made Me Do”—Taylor Swift

20. “Same Old Love”—Selena Gomez

Why Are Electropop Songs Popular at Parties?

Electropop combines varied elements of dance music that are tailor-made for different types of parties. The high-octane energy that comes with electropop songs brings the dance floor alive. Electropop anthems are exceedingly popular at house parties, birthday parties, anniversary parties, wedding reception parties, and destination parties. The high energy levels and frenzy associated with this form of music make it exceedingly popular with party enthusiasts globally.

The groovy electronic sounds combined with slick textural beats and sonic elements make electropop an ultra-urban necessity at nightclubs and discotheques. At any party venue, a DJ’s playlist is never complete without its share of electropop club bangers. The hypnotic instrumentation accompanied with powerful lyrics make electropop songs with EDM influences excessively popular at festivals.

#21—40

21. “Thunder”—Imagine Dragon

22. “Lost in the Fire”—DJ Gesaffelstein featuring The Weeknd

23. “Outside”—Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding

24. “All the Lovers”—Kylie Minogue

25. “The Man”—Taylor Swift

26. “Electropop”—Jupiter Rising

27. “Without Me”—Halsey

28. “Not Myself Tonight”—Christina Aguilera

29. “Younger”—Jonas Blue and Hrvy

30. “All My Love”—Major Lazer featuring Ariana Grande

31. “Kill This Love”—Blackpink

32. “Never Really Over”—Katy Perry

33. “Come and Get It”—Selena Gomez

34. “Work”—Ciara

35. “Green Light”—Lorde

36. “Sweet Dreams”—Beyonce

37. “Fall Down”—will.i.am featuring Miley Cyrus

38. “Anywhere”—Rita Ora

39. “Bellyache”—Billie Eilish

40. “Till the World Ends”—Britney Spears

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How to Make a Playlist of Electropop Songs

If you are clueless about how to make a playlist of electropop songs for your party, do not fret. Be calm and organized, and things will fall in place. The first thing you need to do is thoughtfully pick a sequence of songs for different sessions. When you sequence songs, it helps with the flow to build momentum. Make sure you segregate the uptempo songs from slow tempo songs, as this will give you clarity on which songs are to be compiled for different sessions of your party. The mood and the vibe usually determine the type of songs played at parties; however, it is recommended you start things off with the slow dance.

If you have the slow dance after the uptempo dance session, your guests are going to be sweating profusely as they dance in arms with the respective partner, and this can be a nightmarish experience. To avoid this scenario make sure your party gets started with the slow dance and then moves to the upbeat session. For the slow dance session make sure your select wide-array of electropop ballads. These songs are perfect for swaying and slow dancing with your partner.

Upbeat electropop songs with a catchy chorus are ideally suited to get crazy on the dance floor. All the viral dancing, foot thumping, wild jumping, screaming, and shouting happen during the uptempo dance session. Make sure you include songs that playfully tease with their lyrics. These songs evoke laughs and bring forth inventive dance moves and gestures on the dance floor. Remember, a well-curated playlist of songs takes a party to a whole new level.

#41—60

41. “Yellow Flicker Beat”—Lorde

42. “Push the Button”—Sugababes

43. “Everyday”—Arian Grande featuring Future

44. “Disturbia”—Rihanna

45. “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)”—Pink

46. “Waiting for Tonight”—Nelly Furtado

47. “Boom Clap”—Charli XCX

48. “Heart Attack”—Demi Lovato

49. “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”—Kelly Clarkson

50. “Rare”—Selena Gomez

51. “Blow Your Mind (Mwah)”—Dua Lipa

52. “thatPower”—will.i.am featuring Justin Bieber

53. “Bury a Friend”—Billie Eilish

54. “Who Own My Heart”—Miley Cyrus

55. “Get Sexy”—Sugababes

56. “Daisies”—Katy Perry

57. “Boys”—Charli XCX

58. “Dare”—Gorillaz

59. “I Knew You Were Trouble”—Taylor Swift

60. “Revolver”—Madonna featuring Lil Wayne

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#61—80

61. “Sorry”—Beyonce

62. “Faded”—Alan Walker

63. “Live My Life”—Far East Movement featuring Justin Bieber

64. “Boyfriend”—Selena Gomez

65. “Sour Candy”—Lady Gaga and Blackpink

66. “That Girl”—Stevie Wonder

67. “Dancing On My Own”—Robyn

68. “Call You Mine”—The Chainsmokers featuring Bebe Rexha

69. “You Need to Calm Down”—Taylor Swift

70. “Love Me Like You Do”—Ellie Goulding

71. “Back to You”—Selena Gomez

72. “Ilomilo”—Billie Eilish

73. “Gold”—Kiiara

74. “Blank Space”—Taylor Swift

75. “Most Girls”—Hailee Steinfeld

76. “Tik Tok”—Kesha

77. “Company”—Justin Bieber

78. “Elastic Heart”—Sia featuring The Weeknd

79. “Misery”—Gwen Stefani

80. “Princess of China”—Coldplay and Rihanna

#81—100

81. “Tick Tock”—Clean Bandit featuring Mabel

82. “Say Something”—Kylie Minogue

83. “Miles Away”—Madonna

84. “Dynamite”—Taio Cruz

85. “Habits (Stay High)”—Tove Lo

86. “Let You Love Me”—Rita Ora

87. “Delicate”—Taylor Swift

88. “Takin’ Back my Love”—Enrique Iglesias featuring Ciara

89. “It Ain’t Me”—DJ Kygo and Selena Gomez

90. “Happy Little Pill”—Troye Sivan

91. “I Like It”—Enrique Iglesias featuring Pitbull

92. “Million Eyes”—Loic Nottet

93. “It Was Always You”—Maroon 5

94. “Alive”—Empire of the Sun

95. “With Every Heartbeat”—Kleerup and Robyn

96. “I Love It”—Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX

97. “Sanctuary”—Joji

98. “Anything Could Happen”—Ellie Goulding

99. “Cool Girl”—Tove Lo

100. “Down”—Jay Sean featuring Lil Wayne

Other Notable Electropop Songs

  • “Orange Trees”—Marina
  • “Sweettalk My Heart”—Tove Lo
  • “Picking Up for You”—Metronomy
  • “Numb”—Sylvan Esso
  • “Gone”—Charli XCX and Christine and the Queens
  • “Elastic Love”—Christina Aguilera
  • “Desire”—Darin
  • “Break Your Heart”—Taio Cruz
  • “The Archer”—Taylor Swift
  • “Back to Me”—Lindsay Lohan
  • “We Can’t Stop”—Miley Cyrus
  • “Umpah Umpah”—Red Velvet
  • “Electric Shock”—f(x)
  • “Brand New Bitch”—Anjulie
  • “Friday to Sunday”—Justice Crew
  • “Different Colors”—Walk the Moon
  • “Slow Down”—Selena Gomez
  • “Boys”—Lizzo
  • “If I Can’t Dance”—Sophie Ellis-Bextor
  • “You Make Me Feel…”—Cobra Starship
  • “Noir”—Yelle
  • “Perfect Places”—Lorde
  • “Cruel Summer”—Taylor Swift
  • “Living for Love”—Madonna
  • “Bassline”—Chris Brown
  • “Evil Twin”—Meghan Trainor
  • “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime”—The 1975
  • “Warrior”—Kimbra
  • “Ice Cream”—Blackpink and Selena Gomez
  • “Lights”—BTS
  • “The One”—Kylie Minogue
  • “As Long As You Love Me”—Justin Bieber
  • “Guns for Hands”—Twenty One Pilots
  • “Friends”—Justin Bieber and BloodPop
  • “Asu e”—Galileo Galilei
  • “Famous”—Play
  • “Hey Hey Hey”—Katy Perry
  • “Swimming in the Stars”—Britney Spears
  • “We Own the Night”—The Wanted
  • “Told You So”—Paramore
  • “Montero (Call Me Your Name)”—Lil Nas X
  • “Hold Me Down”—Halsey
  • “Call it What You Want”—Taylor Swift
  • “Future”—Red Velvet
  • “React”—The Pussycat Dolls
  • “Keeps Gettin’ Better”—Christina Aguilera
  • “Beat of My Heart”—Hilary Duff
  • “Die Young”—Kesha
  • “Sadder Badder Cooler”—Tove Lo
  • “Rose Colored Glasses”—Kelly Rowland
  • “Mountains”—LSD
  • “Why Dontcha Call Me No More”—Yahzarah
  • “Anna Sun”—Walk the Moon
  • “My Boxer”—Oh Land
  • “Thanks for Leaving”—Alexandra Stan
  • “No Shame”—Sarah De Bono
  • “Red Flavor”—Red Velvet
  • “(What Is) Love”—Jennifer Lopez
  • “Froot”—Marina and the Diamonds
  • “You’re the One”—Yoko Ono
  • “Mud Blood”—Loic Nottet
  • “Lollipop Luxury”—Jeffrey Star
  • “California Snow”—Weezer
  • “A Change of Heart”—The 1975
  • “Freedom”—Sugababes
  • “Julien”—Carly Rae Jepsen
  • “Pac-Man”—Gorillaz featuring Schoolboy Q
  • “Inside Out”—Zedd and Griff
  • “Na Batida”—Anitta
  • “All You”—The Cataracs featuring Waka Flocka Flame
  • “Violence”—Grimes and i_o
  • “Radio”—Beyonce
  • “Cool for the Summer”—Demi Lovato
  • “Burn”—Ellie Goulding
  • “Glory and Gore”—Lorde
  • “We Come Running”—Youngblood Hawke
  • “Bitch I’m Madonna”—Madonna
  • “Troublemaker”—Taio Cruz
  • “Very Very Very”—I.O.I
  • “Everything is Embarrassing”—Sky Ferreira
  • “R U Professional”—The Mae Shi
  • “Take it Off”—Kesha
  • “Gypsy”—Lady Gaga
  • “I Lost a Friend”—Finneas
  • “No Better”—Lorde
  • “Who’s Got Your Love”—Cheat Codes
  • “It’s All True”—Tracey Thorn
  • “Tongue Ties”—Grouplove
  • “Glad He’s Gone”—Tove Lo
  • “Bim bam toi”—Carla
  • “I’m So Hot”—Momoland
  • “Strange Timez”—Gorillaz featuring Robert Smith
  • “Temporary Secretary”—Paul McCartney
  • “When the Beat Drops Out”—Marlon Roudette
  • “On Fire”—Loic Nottet
  • “L’amore esiste”—Francesca Michielin
  • “Insanity”—Darin
  • “And Then We Dance”—Justice Crew
  • “Once”—Diana Vickers
  • “Very Beauty”—Berryz Kobo
  • “Play with Fire”—Hilary Duff
  • “I Want It All”—Dangerous Muse
  • “Girls Like Girls”—Hayley Kiyoko
  • “Lotus Flower”—Radiohead
  • “The Wave”—Mike Snow
  • “Somebody Else”—The 1975
  • “Gorgeous”—Taylor Swift
  • “Bass Down Low”—Dev featuring The Cataracs
  • “Gold Forever”—The Wanted
  • “I Feed You My Love”—Margaret Berger
  • “Los Ageless”—St. Vincent
  • “Scream & Shout”—will.i.am and Britney Spears
  • “I Just Happens”—Roxette
  • “Battle Symphony”—Linkin Park
  • “Doesn’t Really Matter”—Janet Jackson
  • “Follow Me Home”—Sugababes
  • “On a Sunday”—Ester Peony
  • “Flash Pose”—Pabllo Vittar featuring Charli XCX
  • “Zombie Bastards”—Weezer
  • “Sine From Above”—Lady Gaga and Elton John
  • “Andromeda”—Gorillaz featuring DRAM
  • “Call Your Girlfriend—Robyn
  • “Bollywood”—Liz Phair
  • “Mos shko”—Dafina Zeqri featuring Yll Limani
  • “The Image of You”—Anjeza Sahahini
  • “Feedback”—Janet Jackson
  • “Hollywood”—Gorillaz featuring Snoop Dogg
  • “Remedy”—Little Boots
  • “Fixin to Thrill”—Dragonette
  • “Choices”—The Hoosiers
  • “When I Grow Up”—The Pussycat Dolls
  • “Talking Body”—Tove Lo
  • “Happy Days”—Brooke Candy
  • “Blow That Smoke”—Major Lazer featuring Tove Lo
  • “Eyes Closed”—Halsey
  • “Love Me”—The 1975
  • “Nao Para”—Anitta
  • “Hotter Than Hell”—Dua Lipa
  • “True Original”—Dave Aude featuring Andy Bell
  • “Up”—The Saturdays
  • “I’m a Fire”—Donna Summer
  • “My Enemy”—Chvrches
  • “I Give You My Heart”—Mr. President
  • “Bossy”—Lindsay Lohan
  • “Do it Again”—Royksopp and Robyn
  • “Let’s Not Fall in Love”—Big Bang
  • “Pon Pon Pon”—Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
  • “Like I Would”—Zayn
  • “Call Me When You’re Sober”—Evanescence
  • “Tu hom nay (Feel Like Ooh)”—Chi Pu
  • “Let You”—Cheryl
  • “Beating Heart”—Ellie Goulding
  • “Magnetic Love”—Virginia da Cunha
  • “Fire Meet Gasoline”—Sia
  • “Me Mine!”—Robyn
  • “Born This Way”—Lady Gaga
  • “Really Don’t Like U”—Tove Lo featuring Kylie Minogue
  • “Falling Away”—Jupiter Rising
  • “Kill4Me”—Marilyn Manson
  • “Feels Like Summer”—Weezer
  • “Holding on to You”—Twenty One Pilots
  • “Underdog”—Banks
  • “Midnight Sky”—Miley Cyrus
  • “Renaissance Girls”—Oh Land
  • “Medicine”—Bring Me the Horizon
  • “Almost Home”—Mariah Carey
  • “DoYa Thing”—Gorillaz
  • “Outta My Head”—Leona Lewis

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