Skip to main content

100 Best Songs With “Hot” in the Title

I have been an online writer for over six years. I am passionate about books, philosophy, music, and the music industry.


The word “hot” is hugely popular informally and is used in different ways to describe someone or something. Musicians use the term creatively in songs to convey a central theme or idea conceptually. Although a great number of songs associate the word hot with girls and guys, the term is also used metaphorically to express a wide range of emotions.

The popularity of the word “hot” has got to do with the fact that it evokes varied levels of curiosity and desire with someone or something. Although in songs from different genres, the word of manifests through sexual connotation, it also expresses a wide spectrum of emotions in addition to the main meaning. The burning desire one feels for a person or thing is conveyed theatrically by certain musicians. Singers and songwriters use the word “hot” in song titles and lyrics in different contexts to convey a message or meaning literally or figuratively.

Different aspects of sexual attraction are portrayed with words that have charm and magnetism. Musicians may use the word hot in the verse or chorus of their song to create a certain vibe or environment. Sometimes musicians may showcase dark desires and fantasies in an aesthetically sensual manner. Attractiveness and appeal are often brought to life with words that create a big impact with a set of practices and beliefs prevalent in popular culture. A plethora of scenarios are depicted with the word hot to narrate lyrical stories.


What Does Hot Symbolize in Songs?

The word “hot” symbolizes a diverse range of attributes associated with varied contexts. The term may also be used to represent an idea or concept to bring out a hidden meaning with metaphors. In songs the expression is often used to express how a person feels when he/she comes across someone attractive and charming. In certain songs, lyrics about lustful desire and passion are expressed in a playfully teasing manner. Certain lyrics of songs have a sensual tone with certain words and phrases in songs that are suggestive or provocative.

In a number of music videos girls and guys partying represent an element of hotness and intense passion. Fashion and style have become an integral part of a glamorous image that represents a smoking hot element in highly stylized choreographed dance moves. Attractive girls and guys are often showcased in music videos of bands and artists to target a young audience. Expensive clothing, gadgets, and automobiles that represent a lavish lifestyle are often showcased with hot girls and boys. Although the word “hot” is used to reference a broad spectrum of ideas, in songs, the term may denote or symbolize

  • Attractiveness
  • Appeal
  • Energy
  • Vitality
  • Enthusiasm
  • Lust
  • Desire
  • Charm
  • Passion
  • Infatuation
  • Fantasy
  • Excitement
  • Class
  • Excellence
  • Intensity
  • Zest
  • Oomph
  • Vigor

The list below showcases an epic collection of rock songs, pop songs, country songs, R&B songs, hip hop songs, indie songs, alternative songs, blues songs, disco songs, EDM songs, and dance songs that have “hot” in their title. If you have a view, opinion, or song suggestion, let us know in the comments section.

Top 10 Best Songs With Hot in the Title

  1. “Hot N Cold”—Katy Perry
  2. “Hot Shower”—Chance the Rapper
  3. “Hot Girl Bummer”—Blackbear
  4. “Hot Stuff”—Donna Summer
  5. “Hot in Herre”—Nelly
  6. “Hot Stuff (Let’s Dance)”—Craig David
  7. “Long Hot Summer”—Keith Urban
  8. “Hot Hot Hot”—Arrow
  9. “Hot Blooded”—Foreigner
  10. “Too Hot”—Kool & the Gang


11. “Hot Wire My Heart”—Sonic Youth

12. “Hot Mess”—Cobra Starship

13. “Hot Girl Summer”—Megan Thee Stallion featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla Sign

Scroll to Continue

Read More From Spinditty

14. “Hot Legs”—Rod Stewart

15. “Hot Like Fire”—Aaliyah

16. “Some Like it Hot”—The Power Station

17. “Hot for Teacher”—Van Halen

18. “Hot & Wet”—112 featuring Ludacris

19. “Hot Water”—Level 42

20. “Hot Fun in the Summertime”—Sly & the Family Stone


21. “Hot Shot”—Karen Young

22. “Hot Spot”—Foxy Brown

23. “Long Hot Summer”—Girls Aloud

24. “Hot Girls”—Lil’ Mo

25. “She’s Kinda Hot”—5 Seconds of Summer

26. “Hot Sugar”—Tamar Braxton

27. “Country Grammar (Hot S**t)”—Nelly

28. “Hot Nigga”—Bobby Shmurda

29. “Hot Dish”—Lizzo

30. “This Is Why I’m Hot”—Mims

31. “Hot Child in the City”—Nick Gilder

32. “Hot Cop”—Village People

33. “Drunk and Hot Girls”—Kanye West

34. “Hot Tottie”—Usher featuring Jay-Z and Ester Dean

35. “Hot Rod Hearts”—Robbie Dupree

36. “Hot Line”—The Sylvers

37. “Hot Mess”—Ashley Tisdale

38. “Hot ‘n’ Nasty”—Humble Pie

39. “Hot in the City”—Billy Idol

40. “Too Hot Ta Trot”—Commodores


41. “Hot Girls in Love”—Loverboy

42. “Hot”—Avril Lavigne

43. “Hot Thing”—Usher featuring A$AP Rocky

44. “She Was Hot”—The Rolling Stones

45. “Hot Knife”—Fiona Apple

46. “Looking Hot”—No Doubt

47. “Hot Hot Hot!!!”—The Cure

48. “Hot Love”—Twisted Sister

49. “Tha Block is Hot”—Lil Wayne featuring B.G. and Juvenile

50. “You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)”—Meat Loaf

51. “So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings”—Caroline Polachek

52. “Hot Chilli Woman”—Noiseworks

53. “Make it Hot”—Anitaa, Major Lazer

54. “One Hot Minute”—Red Hot Chili Peppers

55. “Hot Stuff (I Want You Back)”—The Pussycat Dolls

56. “Hot”—Inna

57. “Hot Love”—T.Rex

58. “Hot Stuff”—Rolling Stones

59. “Hot 'Lanta”—The Allman Brothers Band

60. “Hot Temptation”—Bro’Sis


61. “Hot Time (In This City Tonight)”—Triumph

62. “So Hot”—Wonder Girls

63. “Hot Summer”—Monrose

64. “Hot!”—Lisa Lopes

65. “Hot Girl”—R.I.O.

66. “Man's Not Hot”—Big Shaq

67. “The Kid Is Hot Tonight”—Loverboy

68. “Hot”—Young Thug featuring Gunna and Travis Scott

69. “When You’re Hot You’re Hot”—Jerry Reed

70. “Make it Hot”—Nicole Wray featuring Missy Elliot and Mocha

71. “Hot (I Need to Be loved, Loved, Loved)”—James Brown

72. “Hot Corner”—The B-52s

73. “Hot Love”—Five Star

74. “Get It While It’s Hot”—Kix

75. “Hot and Cold”—Kiss

76. “Hot Pant’s Explosion”—The B-52’s

77. “Hot Girl”—Sabrina

78. “Hot Night in a Cold Town”—John Cougar Mellencamp

79. “Hot Freaks”—Guided By Voices

80. “Hot As Ice”—Britney Spears


81. “Hot Boyz”—Missy Elliot

82. “Hot Air Balloon”—Owl City

83. “Hot On a Thing (Called Love)”—Chi-Lites

84. “The Girl Got Hot”—Weezer

85. “I Need a Hot Girl”—Hot Boys

86. “Hot Shot”—Cliff Richard

87. “Hot Girl”—Belly featuring Snoop Dogg

88. “Hot & Heavy”—Lucy Dacus

89. “Hot Dog”—Led Zeppelin

90. “Hot Mama”—Trace Adkins

91. “Hot Revolver”—Lil Wayne

92. “Hot Blooded Woman”—Vanessa Petruo

93. “Hot String Beans”—Buddy Rich

94. “Hot Problems”—Double Take

95. “Hot”—Beatnuts

96. “Hot Town”—John English

97. “White Heat, Red Hot”—Judas Priest

98. “Hot Thoughts”—Spoon

99. “Hot Thing”—Talib Kweli

100. “Hot Gates”—Mumford & Sons

Other Notable Hot Songs

  • “Get it Hot”—AC/DC
  • “Make it Hot”—Akon featuring Rahseeda
  • “Hot! Wild! Unrestricted! Crazy Love”—Millie Jackson
  • “Red Hot Moon”—Rancid
  • “Hot Right Now”—DJ Fresh featuring Rita Ora
  • “Hot Girls”—INXS
  • “Strike It While It’s Hot!”—Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks
  • “Hot Demon B!tches Near U!!!”—Corpse Husband featuring Night Lovell
  • “Hot”—Pia Mia
  • “Hot Mess”—Tyler Farr
  • “Hot Knives”—Bright Eyes
  • “Hot, Blue and Righteous”—ZZ Top
  • “This Girl is Hot”—Tyrel Ross
  • “Hot Pants”—Gene Summers
  • “A Hot Minute”—Lisa Loeb
  • “I’m So Hot”—Momoland
  • “They’re Red Hot”—Robert Johnson
  • “Hot Damn”—Clipse
  • “Hot to Death”—Everclear
  • “Red, Hot and Heavy”—Pretty Maids
  • “Hot Game”—A-Jax
  • “Hot Burrito #1”—The Flying Burrito Brothers
  • “Hot Drum”—John Ford
  • “Hot Gets a Little Cold”—Cyndi Lauper
  • “Pissed Hot for Weed”—The Meatmen
  • “Hot Sauce”—NCT Dream
  • “Hot Stuff”—Ashlee Simpson
  • “Drop it Like It’s Hot”—Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell Williams
  • “Too Hot To Handle”—UFO
  • “Hot Scary Summer”—Villagers
  • “Hot Time in Delaware”—Saves the Day
  • “She’s a Hot One”—Luke Bryan
  • “Hot Dog”—Limp Bizkit
  • “Hot Stuff”—Koda Kumi featuring KM-MARKIT
  • “They Said that Hell’s Not Hot”—Marilyn Manson
  • “Red Hot Lover”—James Ingram
  • “Hot Dog in a Hallway”—NOFX
  • “Hot ‘n’ Bothered”—Oh Land
  • “Hot Potato”—La Toya Jackson
  • “Jazz (Delicious Hot, Disgusting Cold)”—Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band
  • “Hot Shot”—Barry Blue and Lynsey de Paul
  • “Hot Streak”—The Winery Dogs
  • “I’m Hot for You—Lil’ Lewis
  • “Hot Summer Night (Oh La La La)”—David Tavare featuring 2 Elvissa
  • “Blood Too Hot”—Scorpions
  • “Hot Summer”—Heffron Drive
  • “Hot Smoke and Sasafrass”—Bubble Puppy
  • “Lookin’ Hot Dangerous”—Blood on the Dance Floor
  • “Red Hot and Blue Love”—Rick Springfield
  • “I Can Feel a Hot One”—Manchester Orchestra
  • “Hot 2Nite”—New Edition
  • “Too Hot”—Jason Derulo
  • “Hot Night”—Laura Branigan
  • “Give it to Me While It’s Hot”—TLC
  • “You Think You're Hot Stuff”—Jean Knight
  • “Hot Chick”—Uffie
  • “Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days”—Judas Priest
  • “Hot Zone”—Baby Bash featuring Frost, Nino Brown & Frankie J
  • “Hot Issue”—4Minute
  • “He’s Hot”—Syntwister
  • “Red Hot Flame”—Aerial School
  • “Hot Beer and Cold Women”—Randy Houser
  • “Hot As Sun”—Paul McCartney
  • “Hot Rod Queen”—Roy Tann
  • “Hot Rockin’”—Judas Priest
  • “Hot n’ Heavy”—Jessie Ware
  • “Get it Hot”—50 Cent
  • “Hot Squash”—Pulled Apart by Horses
  • “Hot Tamales”—Santana
  • “Hot-n-Fun”—N.E.R.D. featuring Nelly Furtado
  • “Hot Rod Lincoln”—Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
  • “Red Hot Screaming Love”—Chris Norman
  • “Hot Razors in My Heart”—Crack the Sky
  • “Coming in Hot”—Andy Mineo and Lecrae
  • “Hot Water & Milk”—Spiderbait
  • “Hot Topic”—Le Tigre
  • “It’s Hot Tonight”—Alice Cooper
  • “Hot Cha”—They Might Be Giants
  • “Hot Like Sauce”—Pretty Lights
  • “Hot Pants”—James Brown
  • “Red Hot”—Motley Crue
  • “Hot You’re Cool”—General Public
  • “Hot Wings (I Wanna Party)”—, Jamie Foxx and Anne Hathway
  • “Hot Summer Nights”—Night
  • “Long Hot Summer”—Tom Robinson Band
  • “Hot Time in Our Town”—James Bland
  • “Hot Hand in a Dice Game”—A Loss for Words
  • “Hot Rod Heart”—John Fogerty

© 2021 Ansel Pereira

Related Articles