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100 Best Reggaeton Songs for Parties

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Ain't no party like a reggaeton party 'cause a reggaeton party don't stop!

Ain't no party like a reggaeton party 'cause a reggaeton party don't stop!

Rise of the Dembow Riddim

The infectious grooves of reggaeton have become the soul of parties. Every celebratory occasion that involves dancing and getting crazy on the dance floor needs to have good dance music playing. Well, if you want your party to come alive with some of the craziest dance moves, look no further than reggaeton. The beat and rhythmic structure of songs associated with the genre take partying to a whole new level.

The list below showcases an epic collection of reggaeton songs for parties. You can make your own playlist of songs from the list below and play them loud at any celebratory occasion. If you have a view, opinion, or song suggestion, let us know in the comments section.

Top 10 Best Reggaeton Songs For Parties

1. “Despacito”—Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee

2. “Mamiii”—Becky G and Karol G

3. “Vente Pa’ Ca”—Ricky Martin featuring Maluma

4. “El Perdon”—Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias

5. “Remix”—Daddy Yankee

6. “Baila Conmigo”—Selena Gomez and Rauw Alejandro

7. “Secreto”—Anuel AA and Karol G

8. “Mi Gente”—J Balvin and Willy William

9. “Yonaguni”—Bad Bunny

10. “Bichota”—Karol G

What Is Reggaeton?

A musical style that originated in Panama in the late ‘80s, Reggaeton was made popular through the Puerto Rican underground music scene of the ‘90s and 2000s. The term “reggaeton” was coined to describe the ethnic fusion of genres characterized with the dembow beat. Influenced by diverse styles of Latin American, hip hop, and Caribbean music, Reggaeton has become the dance flavor at parties and nightclubs. Aside from hip hop and dancehall, the urban reggaeton sound incorporates diverse elements of calypso, bachata, salsa, cumbia, and merengue.

The musical style is known for its distinctively groovy rhythm structure, Spanish-singing, and rapping. Excessively popular in Puerto Rico, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Cuba, and Dominican Republic, reggaeton has gone onto become one of the most popular dance genres in mainstream. Since the 2010s, the genre has become excessively popular in Latin American countries and the US. As the popularity of reggaeton grew beyond Spanish-speaking Caribbean, a number of artists associated with the genre have had crossover success.

Post 2010, numerous reggaeton singers have had chart-topping success with their singles and albums. Collaborations of reggaeton musicians with pop, hip hop and EDM artists from US and Europe has resulted in new forms of ethnic dance music that has taken the world by storm. Reggaeton music videos are amongst the most viewed videos of all time. The colorful vibe, partying, and lifestyle portrayed in these music videos has become hugely popular with youth globally.

Reggaeton is huge at dance parties and nightclubs. Aside from hip hop and dancehall, the urban reggaeton sound incorporates diverse elements of calypso, bachata, salsa, cumbia, and merengue.

Reggaeton is huge at dance parties and nightclubs. Aside from hip hop and dancehall, the urban reggaeton sound incorporates diverse elements of calypso, bachata, salsa, cumbia, and merengue.

#11—20

11. “Safari”—J Balvin featuring Pharrell Williams, Bia and Sky

12. “Gasolina”—Daddy Yankee featuring Glory

13. “Sin Pijama”—Becky G and Natti Natasha

14. “Rakata”—Wisin & Yandel

15. “Ay Vamos”—J Balvin

16. “Yo Perreo Sola”—Bad Bunny

17. “Dura”—Daddy Yankee

18. “Chantaje”—Shakira featuring Maluma

19. “Dakiti”—Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez

20. “Yo x ti, tu x mi”—Rosalia and Ozuna

Why Play Reggaeton Music At Parties?

Parties that have music playing need to create a lively ambience for guests. The reggaeton groove is a no-holds barred beat that is energetic for both uptempo sessions and slow dance sessions. The dembow riddim that kicks in with punch of electronic sounds and syncopated rhythmic structures resurrects vibe to a whole new level.

Although there are dance songs from different genres you can play at parties, the only way to ensure your guests are having a great time moving, shaking, and dancing is with a heavy dose of reggaeton music. No matter what the celebratory occasion, playing a diverse mix of reggaeton songs is the best way to bring out the untamed party animal unleashing jaw-dropping dance moves on the dance floor. Dancing to reggaeton songs is a great way to unwind. These songs can be played for different occasions such as

  • Weddings
  • Birthdays
  • Proms
  • Graduations
  • Farewells
  • New Year
  • House Parties
  • Business Parties
  • Costume Parties
  • Quinceanera Celebrations
  • Anniversaries
  • Cocktail Parties
The "dembow riddim" at the heart of reggaeton kicks in with a punch of electronic sounds and syncopated rhythms that will take your party to a whole new level.

The "dembow riddim" at the heart of reggaeton kicks in with a punch of electronic sounds and syncopated rhythms that will take your party to a whole new level.

#21—40

21. “X Ultima Vez”—Daddy Yankee featuring Bad Bunny

22. “Pepas”—Farruko

23. “Ram Pam Pam”—Natti Natasha and Becky G

24. “Taki Taki”—DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B

25. “Mia”—Bad Bunny featuring Drake

26. “Sigue”—J Balvin and Ed Sheeran

27. “Adictiva”—Daddy Yankee and Anuel AA

28. “Caramelo”—Ozuna featuring Karol G and Myke Towers

29. “Criminal”—Natti Natasha and Ozuna

30. “Oye Mi Canto”—N.O.R.E. featuring Nina Sky, Gem Star, Daddy Yankee, and Big Mato

31. “No Me Conoce”—Jhay Cortez

32. “Loco Contigo”—DJ Snake, J Balvin and Tyga

33. “Volvi”—Aventura and Bad Bunny

34. “Aullando”—Wisin & Yandel with Romeo Santos

35. “Mayores”—Becky G and Bad Bunny

36. “Me Porto Bonito”—Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone

37. “In da Getto”—J Balvin and Skrillex

38. “Provenza”—Karol G

39. “El Bano”—Enrique Iglesias featuring Bad Bunny

40. “Mi Mala”—Mau y Ricky featuring Karol G

#41—60

41. “La Cancion”—J Balvin and Bad Bunny

42. “Tusa”—Karol G and Nicki Minaj

43. “Chicken Teriyaki”—Rosalia

44. “Titi Me Pregunto’—Bad Bunny

45. “Abusadora”—Wisin & Yandel

46. “Bandido”—Myke Towers and Juhn

47. “Te Quiero”—Flex

48. “Lindo Pero Bruto”—Thalia featuring Lali

49. “Machika”—J Balvin, Jeon and Anitta

50. “Ella Dice”—Tini and Khea

51. “Me Neigo”—Reik featuring Ozuna and Wisin

52. “Mujeres”—Mozart La Para with Justin Quiles

53. “Fuego”—DJ Snake, Sean Paul and Anitta

54. “Medicina”—Anitta

55. “Que mas pues?”—J Balvin and Maria Becerra

56. “Pa’ Ti + Lonely”—Jennifer Lopez and Maluma

57. “Sientelo”—Speedy featuring Lumidee

58. “Mienteme”—Tini and Maria Becerra

59. “Mayor Que Yo”—Luny Tunes featuring Daddy Yankee, Tony Tun Tun, Baby Ranks, Wisin & Yandel and Hector el Father

60. “Atrevete-te-te”—Calle 13

What Are the Best Reggaeton Dance Songs For Parties?

It is wise to pick different types of reggaeton dance songs for parties. Mix and match songs in accordance with different dance sessions. From slow burners to pulsating uptempo anthems, you need to play the right songs at the tight time. An ideal playlist of reggaeton songs is one that has something for everyone. Playing songs that have a similar beat or the same tempo brings in monotony. Make sure you incorporate a mix of songs with different beats, rhythmic structure, and varying bpm. Songs with hooks that are empowering and anthemic are a must for different sessions of a party.

Reggaeton ballads are perfect for the slow dance session. These songs are ideal when things are sane early on the dance floor. As the party progresses, shift gears to mid-tempo reggaeton songs. These songs are ideally suited to groove and sway on the dance floor. When it’s time for the party animals to take over the dance floor, it’s best to unleash uptempo reggaeton dance songs that tease and please. During this session make sure you include reggaeton songs with featured artists. Playing these songs brings about a competitive spirit through lyrical interplay among groups of girls and boys. All the daggering moves and grinding moves that come alive during this song session are a whole lot fun.

#61—80

61. “Perro Fiel”—Shikara featuring Nicky Jam

62. “Reggaeton en lo Oscuro”—Wisin & Yandel

63. “Con Calma”—Daddy Yankee featuring Snow

64. “Tempted to Touch”—Rupee

65. “No Lo Trates”—Pitbull, Natti Natasha and Daddy Yankee

66. “Clandestino”—Shakira and Maluma

67. “Quiero Bailar”—Ivy Queen

68. “Perdoname”—La Factoria featuring Eddy Lover

69. “Si Tu la Ves”—Nicky Jam featuring Wisin

70. “Booty”—C. Tangana and Becky G

71. “Definitivamente”—Daddy Yankee and Sech

72. “Borro Cassette”—Maluma

73. “Dame Tu Cosita”—El Chombo featuring Cutty Ranks

74. “Muevelo”—Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee

75. “Hasta los Dientes”—Camila Cabello featuring Maria Becerra

76. “Bobo”—J Balvin

77. “Santo”—Christina Aguilera featuring Ozuna

78. “Que Pretendes”—J Balvin and Bad Bunny

79. “Otro Trago”—Sech featuring Darell

80. “Relacion”—Sech featuring Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Rosalia and Farruko

Reggaeton Lyrics and Themes

The lyrical structure in reggaeton songs consists of the traditional verse-chorus-bridge identical in hip hop songs. Lyrics and themes of songs across the genre reflect Latino ideologies, however, majority of collaborations with western artists showcased a wider perspective associated with money, partying, fantasy, romance, love, betrayal, breakup, empowerment, and guilt.

A hook which is often repeated through the song is used to convey a meaning literally or figuratively. Although lyrics of certain songs have been criticized for their double meanings and depiction of women in music videos, these songs remain exceedingly popular with young audiences, especially teens.

Urbano Music and Modern Reggaeton

In recent years Urbano music or Latin urbano is often associated with Modern reggaeton. Used as a transitional umbrella term that includes different styles and genres of music, urbano music incorporates diverse elements of urban champeta, dancehall, funk carioca, dembow, Latin trap and Latin hip hop with different forms of modern reggaeton.

Urbano music found it’s way into mainstream in the latter part of the 2010s as reggaeton artists from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Panama, Columbia, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic and other Spanish speaking countries started collaborating in a big way with artists from US and Europe and in the process started a trend of ethnic fusion dance music encompassed with Spanish lyrics.

Urbano music blew up in discotecas in the 2010s. It incorporates elements of reggaeton, Latin hip-hop, Latin trap, dembow, champeta urbana, and Brazilian funk.

Urbano music blew up in discotecas in the 2010s. It incorporates elements of reggaeton, Latin hip-hop, Latin trap, dembow, champeta urbana, and Brazilian funk.

#81—100

81. “Hawaii”—Maluma

82. “Hey Ma”—Pitbull and J Balvin featuring Camilo Cabello

83. “Escapate Conmigo”—Wisin featuring Ozuna

84. “Tranquila”—J Balvin

85. “Con altura”—Rosalia and J Balvin featuring El Guincho

86. “El Perdedor”—Maluma

87. “La Vida es Asi”—Ivy Queen

88. “Ley Seca”—Jhay Cortez and Anuel AA

89. “Duele el Corazon”—Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin

90. “Encantadora”—Yandel

91. “Shaky Shaky”—Daddy Yankee

92. “Hasta el Amanecer”—Nicky Jam

93. “Bella y Sensual”—Romeo Santos, Daddy Yankee and Nicky Jam

94. “Rebota”—Guaynaa

95. “La Rompe Corazones”—Daddy Yankee featuring Ozuna

96. “Impossible”—Luis Fonsi and Ozuna

97. “Amantes de una Noche”—Natti Natasha

98. “Seultame”—Christina Aguilera and Tini

99. “El Amante”—Nicky Jam

100. “Descontrol”—Daddy Yankee

Other Notable Reggaeton Songs for Parties

  • “La Romana”—Bad Bunny featuring El Alfa
  • “Callaita”—Bad Bunny featuring Tainy
  • “Felices los 4”—Maluma
  • “Rumbaton”—Daddy Yankee
  • “Nostalgico”—Rvssian, Rauw Alejandro, and Chris Brown
  • “Noche de Sexo”—Wisin & Yandel
  • “Rompe”—Daddy Yankee
  • “Moscow Mule”—Bad Bunny
  • “Danza Kudro”—Don Omar and Lucenzo
  • “Pareja del Ano”—Sebastian Yatra and Myke Towers
  • “Dacando”—Ivete Sangalo featuring Shakira
  • “Hot”—Daddy Yankee featuring Pitbull
  • “Calypso”—Lusi Fonsi featuring Stefflon Don
  • “Bar”—Tini featuring L-Gante
  • “Ella Me Levanto”—Daddy Yankee
  • “La Loto”—Tini, Becky G and Anitta
  • “El Incomprendido”—Farruko, Victor Cardenas, and DJ Adoni
  • “Hips Don’t Lie”—Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
  • “Dile”—Don Omar
  • “Blanco”—J Balvin
  • “She Loves Control”—Camila Cabello
  • “No Te Veo”—Casa de Leones
  • “Solita”—Kali Uchis
  • “Lo Que Paso, Paso”—Daddy Yankee
  • “Si No Le Contesto”—Plan B
  • “Vaina Loca”—Ozuna and Manuel Turizo
  • “Take the Lead (Wanna Ride)”—Bone Thugs-n-Harmony featuring Wisin & Yandel, Fatman Scoop and Melissa Jimenez
  • “La Triple T”—Tini
  • “Cuando Te Bese”—Becky G and Pulo Londra
  • “Zun Da Da”—Zion
  • “Traidora”—Gente de Zona
  • “Caile”—Tito El Bambino
  • “Suena El Dembow”—Joey Montana and Sebastian Yatra
  • “RITMO”—Black Eyed Peas and J Balvin
  • “Otra Cosa”—Daddy Yankee featuring Natti Natasha
  • “Fiebre”—Ricky Martin featuring Wisin & Yandel
  • “Play That Song”—Tony Touch featuring Nina Sky
  • “Se Va Conmigo”—Carlos Arroyo featuring Yomo and Ivy Queen
  • “Yo Ti Lo Dije”—J Balvin
  • “Diganle”—Leslie Grace and Becky G
  • “Te Exitare”—Valerie Morales
  • “Picky”—Joey Montana
  • “Surface Pressure”—Jessica Darrow
  • “No Drama”—Becky G and Ozuna
  • ‘Ginza”—J Balvin
  • “Amor, Amor, Amor”—Jennifer Lopez featuring Wisin
  • “Mi Cama Huele a Ti”—Tito El Bambino
  • “Sola”—Becky G
  • “Hasta Abajo”—Don Omar
  • “Que Pena”—Maluma and J Balvin
  • “Dime Si Te Vas Con El”—Flex
  • “Pam Pam”—Wisin & Yandel
  • “Ay, Dios, Mio!”—Karol G
  • “Bebe”—6ix9ine featuring Anuel AA
  • “Next”—Ivy Queen
  • “HP”—Maluma
  • “Moviendo Caderas”—Yandel featuring Daddy Yankee
  • “Desde Esa Noche”—Thalia featuring Maluma
  • “Dutty Love”—Don Omar and Natti Natasha
  • “Tu Alor”—Wisin & Yandel
  • “Siente El Boom”—Tito El Bambino featuring Randy
  • “Muchacha”—Gente de Zona and Becky G
  • “Si Supieras”—Daddy Yankee and Wisin & Yandel
  • “Yonaguni”—Bad Bunny
  • “Hasta Que Dios Diga”—Anuel AA and Bad Bunny
  • “Que Lloren”—Ivy Queen
  • “Del Mar”—Ozuna, Doja Cat and Sia
  • “Ahora Me Llama”—Karol G and Bad Bunny
  • “Aqua”—Tainy and J Balvin
  • “Llame Pa Verte (Bailando Sexy)”—Wisin & Yandel
  • “Oh Na Na”—Camila Cabello, Myke Towers and Tainy
  • “Realcion”—Sech
  • “Atrevete-te-te”—Calle 13
  • “Ti Amo Tanto”—Flex
  • “Dime”—Ivy Queen
  • “Ciao Bella”—Don Omar
  • “Sola”—J Balvin
  • “Loco”—Jowell & Randy featuring Wisin & Yandel
  • “Me Voy Enamorando”—Chino & Nacho
  • “Travesuras”—Nicky Jam
  • “Sin Contrato”—Maluma
  • “Hey DJ”—CNCO
  • “Antes”—Anuel AA and Ozuna
  • “En Que Fallamos”—Ivy Queen
  • “Pegao”—Wisin & Yandel
  • “Te Robare”—Nicky Jam and Ozuna
  • “Mi Cama”—Karol G and J Balvin featuring Nicky Jam
  • “Besos de Amor”—Flex featuring Ricky Rick
  • “Se Preparo”—Ozuna
  • “Bellacoso”—Residente and Bad Bunny
  • “Me Enamore”—Shakira
  • “Pose”—Daddy Yankee
  • “6 Am”—J Balvin featuring Farruko
  • “Maldita Foto”— Tini and Manuel Turizo
  • “Dale Don Dale”—Don Omar featuring Glory and Fabolous
  • “Soltera”—Lunay featuring Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny
  • “Flow Natural”—Tito El Bambino featuring Beenie Man and Ines
  • “Loco Enamorado”—Abraham Mateo, Farruko and Christian Daniel
  • “Baila Baila Baila”—Ozuna featuring Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Farruko and Anuel AA
  • “Adicto”—Tainy, Anuel AA and Ozuna

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