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100 Best Trap Songs for Parties

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What are the best trap songs to play at parties? Read on to find out!

What are the best trap songs to play at parties? Read on to find out!

In recent years, trap music has stamped its authority in the mainstream. The number of songs emerging in this subgenre of hip-hop music is astounding. The trap movement, which took shape in the 1990s in the Southern United States, has become one of the most popular forms of American music. The modern trap sound has become the quintessential flavor of parties. Indeed, a playlist of dance songs is incomplete with its share of trap anthems.

The list below showcases a diverse collection of trap songs. You can use these songs to create your very own personal playlist for parties. If you have a view or opinion, let us know in the comments section.


Top 10 Best Trap Songs for Parties

  1. “Life is Good”—Future featuring Drake
  2. “The Bigger Picture”—Lil Baby
  3. “Suge”—DaBaby
  4. “Old Town Road”—Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus
  5. “Whats Poppin”—Jack Harlow
  6. “Toosie Slide”—Drake
  7. “Bad and Boujee”—Migos featuring Lil Uzi Vert
  8. “Magnolia”—Playboi Carti
  9. “Mo Bamba”—Sheck Wes
  10. “Dollaz on my Head”—Gunna featuring Young Thug

What Is Trap Music?

Typically trap music is characterized by the use of auto-tune, synthesized drums, synth sounds, and expressive hi-hat patterns accompanied with tuned kick drums. The use of thin or thick textured monophonic drones accompanied with a syncopated structure of keyboard instruments, string, woodwind, and brass section give this form of music its hard-hitting signature identity. A wide range of tempos and beats are used in trap music to create an energetic vibe.

The name of the genre comes from the Atlanta slang word “trap,” which associates with places in which drugs are sold illegally, Lyrical themes in this form of music focus on urban violence and drug use. Artists associated with the trap movement also include themes and topics such as American vehicles, street life, acquiring wealth, party life, and life experiences faced in Southern American neighborhoods.


11. “Heart on Ice”—Rod Wave

12. “Pop Out”—Polo G featuring Lil Tjay

13. “The Box”—Roddy Ricch

14. “Broccoli”—DRAM featuring Lil Yachty

15. “Franchice”—Travis Scott featuring Young Thug and M.I.A.

16. “Robbery”—Juice Wrld

17. “Oprah’s Bank Account”—Lil Yachty and DaBaby featuring Drake

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18. “Sanguine Paradise”—Lil Uzi Vert

19. “Go Loko”—YG featuring Tyga and Jon Z

20. “Rockstar”—DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch


It’s the infectious groove that makes trap music special at parties. Typically, trap songs have a dance-oriented vibe that is hypnotic while being aesthetically atmospheric. The beats in this high-energy music enable party enthusiasts to groove, move, dance, and experience a consciousness of trance. DJs playing at party hotspots and nightclubs the world over incorporate a wide range of trap songs in their setlist to bring on a pulsating vibe on the dance floor.

The throbbing amalgamation of psychedelic synthesizer sounds, snare, and kick drum patterns get crowds in a frenzy at parties. The sonically changing trap beats in songs allow individuals at a party to break into freestyle dance moves that are mesmerizing and evoke signature group dance steps. Furthermore, sing-along choruses in these songs add to the fervor and festivity at parties.


21. “God’s Plan”—Drake

22. “Powerglide”—Rae Sremmurd featuring Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi

23. “Shotta Flow”—NLE Choppa featuring Blueface

24. “I Like It”—Cardi B with Bad Bunny and J Balvin

25. “Look Alive”—BlocBoy JB featuring Drake

26. “Bitch Better Have My Money”—Rihanna

27. “Party Girl”—StaySolidRocky

28. “Stir Fry”—Migos

29. “Now Cry Later”—Drake featuring Lil Durk

30. "Sicko Mode”—Travis Scott featuring Drake, Swae Lee and Big Hawk

31. “Middle Child”—J. Cole

32. “That Way”—Lil Uzi Vert

33. “Muwop”—Mulatto featuring Gucci Mane

34. “We Paid”—Lil Baby and 42 Dugg

35. “Bodak Yellow”—Cardi B

36. “Goodbyes”—Post Malone featuring Young Thug

37. “Yes Indeed”—Lil Baby and Drake

38. “King’s Dead”—Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future and James Blake

39. “Congratulations”—Post Malone featuring Quavo and Migos

40. “4 AM”—2 Chainz featuring Travis Scott

How to Make a Playlist of Trap Songs for Parties

Thinking of throwing a party but confused about what songs to include in your playlist? Well, do not fret; it’s relatively easy to make a playlist of trap songs if you plan and conceptualize. The trap repertoire is rather diverse, which means you need to have a wide range of tunes associated with the genre. Although making a playlist is a personal choice, it is always recommended you include songs from trap-related subgenres such as drill, EDM trap, Latin trap, phonk, tread rap, R&B trap, pop trap, and country trap.

A diverse mixed bag of songs helps build crescendo in a systemized manner. To avoid monotony at parties, the music tempo should keep changing at every session. It is wise to segregate and compile trap songs in accordance with their BPM. Doing so enables you to come up with a sequence of songs for slow tempos and fast tempos.

At every party, it is important to gradually build momentum on the dance floor with a thoughtfully curated playlist of dance anthems. Start things off with slow trap songs and gradually transition into faster beats. The change in BPM should be smooth and entice people on the dance floor. A great way to get people at your party dancing crazy is with anthemic songs.

Lyrics in a song always make a statement, which is why it makes sense to pick trap anthems with quirky lyrics that are relatable and fun. A good playlist of trap songs creates a playful vibe and brings about an intense feeling associated with pleasure and excitement.


41. “Bet”—Octavian featuring Skepta and Michael Phantom

42. “Walk It Talk It”—Migos featuring Drake

43. “Pussy Talk”—City Girls featuring Doja Cat

44. “Gucci Gang”—Lil Pump

45. “Emotionally Scarred”—Lil Baby

46. “Bad Guy”—Billie Eilish

47. “Highest in the Room”—Travis Scott

48. “Moonlight”—XXXTentacion

49. “7/11”—Beyonce

50. “Drip Too Hard”—Lil Baby and Gunna

51. “Plug Walk”—Rich the Kid

52. “Bad Idea”—Ariana Grande

53. “Always Forever”—Bryson Tiller

54. “Call It What You Want”—Taylor Swift

55. “Rolex”—Ayo & Teo

56. “Black Beatles”—Rae Sremmurd featuring Gucci Mane

57. “Mask Off”—Future

58. “7 Rings”—Ariana Grande

59. “Watch”—Travis Scott

60. “MotorSport”—Migos, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B



61. “1 2 3”—Moneybagg Yo

62. “Gooba”—6ix9ine

63. “Clout”—Offset featuring Cardi B

64. “Don’t Let Me Down”—The Chainsmokers featuring Daya

65. “Turn Down for What”—DJ Snake and Lil Jon

66. “Captain Hook”—Megan the Stallion

67. “Rap Star”—Polo G

68. “Dark Horse”—Katy Perry featuring Juicy J

69. “Purple Lamborghini”—DJ Skrillex and Rick Ross

70. “Fetish”—Selena Gomez featuring Gucci Mane

71. “Ric Flair Drip”—Offset , Metro Boomin and 21 Savage

72. “Drowning”—A Boogie wit da Hoodie

73. “Juju on That Beat (TZ Anthem)”—Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall

74. “Top Off”—DJ Khaled featuring Jay Z, Future and Beyonce

75. “Nonstop”—Drake

76. “Crave”—Madonna featuring Swae Lee

77. “Flawless”—Beyonce featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

78. “X”—21 Savage and Metro Boomin

79. “F.N”—Lil Tjay

80. “Trillioniare”—Future featuring YoungBoy Never Broke Again


81. “Go Crazy”—Chris Brown and Young Thug

82. “Trap Queen”—Fetty Wap featuring Afrostringz

83. “Narcos”—Migos

84. “In My Head”—Ariana Grande

85. “HP”—Maluma

86. “Low Life”—Future and the Weeknd

87. “Jumpman”—Drake and Future

88. “What You Know”—T.I.

89. “Turks”—Nav featuring Gunna

90. “Apeshit”—The Carters

91. “No Lie”—2 Chainz featuring Drake

92. “Futsal Shuffle”—Lil Uzi Vert

93. “Me Gusta”—Shakira and Anuel AA

94. “Need It”—Migos featuring YoungBoy Never Broke Again

95. “Gold”—Kiiara

96. “Said Sum”—Moneybagg Yo

97. “Tunnel Vision”—Kodak Black

98. “Drip”—Cardi B featuring Migos

99. “Coachella”— Woodstock in My Mind—Lana Del Ray

100. “Esskeetit”—Lil Pump

Other Notable Trap Songs for Parties

  • “Chopstix”—Schoolboy Q and Travis Scott
  • “Ricky”—Denzel Curry
  • “Money in the Grave”—Drake featuring Rick Ross
  • “38K”—JayDaYoungan
  • “Trap City”—DJ Trendsetter
  • “Cut It”—O.T. Genasis featuring Young Dolph
  • “T.D”—Lil Yachty and Tierra Whack featuring ASAP Rocky and Tyler, the Creator
  • “Still Trappin’”—Lil Durk and King Von
  • “‘Drankin N Smokin”—Future and Lil Uzi Vert
  • “The London”—Young Thug featuring j. Cole and Travis Scott
  • “Zoo York”—Lil Tjay featuring Fivio Foreign and Pop Smoke
  • “iPhone”—Rico Nasty
  • “Stargazing”—Travis Scott
  • “Racks on Racks”—Lil Pump
  • “Workin Me”—Quavo
  • “Like That Bitch”—Flo Milli
  • “Solitiares”—Future featuring Travis Scott
  • “Cash Me Outside”—DJ Suede the Remix God
  • “Bitch from da Souf”—Mulatto
  • “Valentino”—24kGoldn
  • “Wishing for a Hero”—Polo G featuring BJ the Chicago Kid
  • “Pop”—Lil Uzi Vert
  • “Fireman”—Lil Wayne
  • “Nuketown”—Ski Mask the Slump God featuring Juice Wrld
  • “Runnin”—21 Savage and Metro Boomin
  • “Diet”—Denzel Curry and Kenny Beats
  • “Yosemite”—Travis Scott featuring Gunna and Nav
  • “F&N”—Future
  • “This is America”—Childish Gambino
  • “Death”—Trippie Redd
  • “White Girl”—U.S.D.A.
  • “Gummo”—6ix9ine featuring Offset
  • “No Smoke”—YoungBoy Never Broke Again
  • “Uproar”—Lil Wayne featuring Swizz Beatz
  • “It’s Up Freestyle”—Lil Keed
  • “What’s the Move”—Young Thug featuring Lil Uzi Vert
  • “Bleed”—A Boogie wit da Hoodie
  • “Mac 10”—Trippie Redd featuring Lil Baby and Lil Duke
  • “Real Shit”—Juice Wrld and Benny Blanco
  • “Minnesota”—Lil Yachty featuring Quavo, Skippa tha Flippa and Young Thug
  • “H.A.M.”—Jay-Z and Kanye West
  • “On Me”—Lil Baby
  • “Ghetto Angels”—NoCap featuring Lil Durk and Jagged Edge
  • “Too Much Sauce”—DJ Esco featuring Future and Lil Uzi Vert
  • “Duffle Bag Boy”—Playaz Circle featuring Lil Wayne
  • “Heartless”—Diplo featuring Morgan Wallen
  • “Wunna”—Gunna
  • “U Guessed It”—OG Maco
  • “I Shyne”—DJ Carnage and Lil Pump
  • “Last Memory”—Takeoff
  • “Rascal”—RMR
  • “Boss”—Lil Pump
  • “Coffee Shop”—Yung Joc
  • “Prblms”—6lack
  • “Wet”—YFN Lucci
  • “Rubbin’ off the Paint”—YBN Nahmir
  • “Jaguar”—What So Not
  • “Major Distribution”—50 Cent featuring Snoop Dogg and Young Jeezy
  • “Ball Player”—Meek Mill featuring Quavo
  • “Higher Ground”—TNGHT
  • “Go Off”—Lil Uzi Vert, Quavo and Travis Scott
  • “Wokeuplikethis”—Playboi Carti featuring Lil Uzi Vert
  • “Met Gala”—Gucci Mane featuring Offset
  • “Out the Mud”—Lil Baby and Future
  • “Heat”—Chris Brown featuring Gunna
  • “Make No Sense”—YoungBoy Never Broke Again
  • “Don’t Come Out the House”—Metro Boomin featuring 21 Savage
  • “Beggin & Pleadin”—Brandy
  • “Pick it Up”—Famous Dex featuring ASAP Rocky
  • “Tell Me U Luv Me”—Juice Wrld and Trippie Redd
  • “I Got the Keys”—DJ Khaled featuring Jay-Z and Future
  • “No Hands—Waka Flocka Flame featuring Roscoe Dash and Wale
  • “Gotti”—6ix9ine
  • “Wish Wish”—DJ Khaled featuring Cardi B and 21 Savage
  • “Outside Today”—YoungBoy Never Broke Again
  • “Yuck”—Joyryde featuring Gold
  • “Jump Out the Window”—Big Sean
  • “Gan-Ga”—Bryant Myers
  • “Money Longer”—Lil Uzi Vert
  • “One Whole Day”—Dixie D’ Amelio featuring Wiz Khalifa
  • “Mixed Personalities”—YNW Melly featuring Kanye West
  • “Agen Wida”—Joyryde and Skrillex
  • “Suicidal”—YNW Melly featuring Juice Wrld
  • “Original Don”—Major Lazer featuring the Partysquad
  • “Ballin”—Mustard featuring Roddy Ricch
  • “Diamond Teeth Samurai”—YoungBoy Never Broke Again
  • “Sad!”—XXXTentacion
  • “Neighbors”—Pooh Shiesty featuring BIG30
  • “Yoppa”—Lil Mosey and BlocBoy JB
  • “Lonely”—Jennifer Lopez and Maluma
  • “I Don’t Like It”—Chief Keef featuring Lil Reese
  • “Nice for What”—Drake
  • “Cuatro Babys”—Maluma featuring Noriel, Bryant Myers and Juhn
  • “Self Control”—YoungBoy Never Broke Again
  • “Love Me More”—Trippie Redd
  • “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)”—Rick Ross
  • “That’s On Me”—Yella Beeezy
  • “She Bad”—Cardi B
  • “Angel”—Fifth Harmony
  • “Give No Fxk”—Migos featuring Travis Scott and Young Thug
  • “U Played”—Moneybagg Yo
  • “Push It”—Rick Ross
  • “Bezerk”—Big Sean featuring ASAP Ferg and Hit-Boy
  • “All Gold Everything”—Trinidad James
  • “Ooouuu”—Young M.A.
  • “I Don’t”—Mariah Carey featuring YG
  • “Hot Shower”—Chance the Rapper featuring Madien TYO and DaBaby
  • “Forgive Me”—Chole x Halle
  • “Under Enemy Arms”—Trippie Redd
  • “The Race”—Tay-K
  • “66”—Lil Yachty featuring Trippie Redd
  • “Ransom”—Lil Tecca
  • “KMT”—Drake
  • “Hustler’s Ambition”—50 Cent
  • “Love Sosa”—Chief Keef
  • “Ahora Dice”—Chris Jeday featuring Arcangel, J Balvin and Ozuna
  • “Dem Boyz”—Boyz n da Hood
  • “Hustlin’”—Rick Ross
  • “Keke”—6ix9ine, Fetty Wap and A Boogie wit da Hoodie
  • “Ain’t I”—Yung L.A.
  • “Facts”—Kanye West
  • “I Do It”—Lil Wayne featuring Big Sean and Lil Baby
  • “Young Wheezy”—Nav and Gunna
  • “All the Girls Are the Same”—Juice Wrld
  • “T-Shirt”—Migos
  • “New Patek”—Lil Uzi Vert
  • “Take U There”—Jack U featuring Kiesza
  • “Harleys in Hawaii”—Katy Perry
  • “Litty”—Meek Mill featuring Tory Lanez
  • “Ice Tray”—Quality Control, Quavo and Lil Yachty
  • “Bigger Than You”—2 Chainz featuring Drake and Quavo
  • “Say A’”—A Boogie wit da Hoodie
  • “Pure Water”—Mustard and Migos
  • “Bang”—Anitta
  • “Father Stretch My Hands”—Kanye West
  • “Daddy”—Blueface featuring Rich the Kid
  • “Skybox”—Gunna
  • “Nobody Love”—2g Kaash
  • “Baby Sitter”—DaBaby
  • “Stuck in a Dream”—Lil Mosey featuring Gunna
  • “Life’s a Mess”—Juice Wrld and Halsey
  • “Aqui Yo Mando”—Kali Uchis and Rico Nasty
  • “Damn”—Joyryde featuring Freddie Gibbs
  • “Slippery”—Migos featuring Gucci Mane

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