The variety of music requests a mobile gets its unreal. From old to new from country to Dance, our djs get asked to play everything.
The Summer of 2016 has been a fun year for making a mix for the dance floor.
Here are some of the top 5’s from a recent Billboard article online.
DJ Blair, Nashville Party Authority
50 Cent, The Clash, and Louis Armstrong make strange bedfellows in this eclectic grab-bag of sounds.
DJ Mike Walsh, Amp’d Entertainment
The Atlanta spinner specializes in mash-ups that throw seemingly divergent songs into a sonic blender for dancefloor-filling results.
50 Cent vs. Bee Gees, “Stayin’ Alive In da Club”
Taylor Swift vs. Nelly, “Shake Off The Country”
Pharrell Williams vs. Little Richard, “Happy Tutti Frutti (DJ Palermo Mashup)”
OutKast vs, Lynyrd Skynyrd, “Sweet Home Atlanta”
Taylor Swift vs. Notorious B.I.G., “B.I.G. Blood (DJ Bigg H’s Maniac Mix)”
Chad Oates, The TC Show
Stars of eras past dominate the most requested songs on Oates’ list.
DJ Joel Rabe, Lethal Rhythms
Rabe’s most requested songs veer away from typical fist-pumpers and straight into touching love song territory.
Billboard reached out to 37 top wedding DJs across 13 American cities, from the Deep South to Cali, to find the country’s most requested wedding party songs.