Good dance club music that must not be overshadowed by the likes of chart busters.

We’ve got your dose of Dance Club Songs that you must not have heard yet but you should be listening to, like RIGHT NOW. So dive in! YES YES we know you are loving 24K by Bruno Mars, Starboy by The Weeknd, Closer by The Chainsmokers, but we are also aware about your never-ending thirst for trippy dance music.

So about time you check out these songs:

1. Trouble – offaiah

“Everything you need to kiss your troubles away!”. The relatively unknown Argentinian house producer offaiah released his debut single in 2016. “Trouble” is just a bunch of four lines repeating over the rhythmic house music, but it will win your heart! It is also a favourite of BBC Radio 1 DJs Danny Howard & Annie Mac this year.

 2. Mayday Greg Gatsby X Richard Fraioli Ft. Camila : 

After two years of working together to fuse their styles of house and bass music, the two producers have put together this magical record with Camila’s mesmerizing vocals. 

3. Take My Breath Away – Alesso :

Alessandro Lindblad, more commonly known as Alesso, is a DJ and dance music producer from Stockholm, Sweden, and isn’t someone who would require an introduction. As usual, he is back with music for our soul! 

4. Electric Church – Mike Taylor :

This song shouts and screams at you until your body gives in and begins to move by itself, transcending you into bliss. Do not wait, just listen !

  5. Nothing To Lose – Vassy :

Born Vasiliki Karagiorgos, Vassy was the first Australian artist to hit number one with her debut solo single “We Are Young” in 2012.  She has been giving us dance smashes since then and this year, as usual, we have NO COMPLAINTS at all!

6. Show You The Light – MARC Ft. Efraim Leo :

This has just stayed two weeks on the charts and is already at No. 36! It is quickly gaining momentum and is sure to become more popular by the minute. So, plug into your headphones now!

7. Love On The Brain – Rihanna

The contagious music and amazing vocals of this song is reason enough why this track is the greatest gainer in the Dance club chart this week! Maybe you need to listen to it again to know why!

8. Hurts – Emeli Sandé 

Her vibrant personality and resonant voice is enough to blow your mind off the dance floor.

9. The Urge In Me – Joe Gauthreaux Ft. Inaya Day : 

This impeccably well-curated track speaks volumes for itself and it’s just reaching new heights on the chart continuously.

10. Body Moves – DNCE : 

The exuberant dance-rock music that DNCE provides us is unlike any other artists’ music. We yet have to put a finger on how do they do it? Maybe you can help us know.