The year 1999 was an intoxicating dance music odyssey, an iridescent carnival of pulsating rhythms and hypnotic grooves. Filled with the Top Dance Songs of 1999, this year of sonic alchemy saw many artists hitting new creative heights, releasing some of the biggest dance songs of the year, unforgettable anthems that moved us not just on the dance floor, but deep within our souls.
Whitney Houston’s ‘My Love Is Your Love (Jonathan Peters’ Vocal Mixshow)’ led the pack, blending Houston’s soulful tone with Peters’ electronic brilliance. This fusion birthed a chart-topping remix, both groovy and heart-stirring, brimming with infectious energy that earned it a spot among the biggest dance songs of 1999.
Cher’s ‘Believe (Almighty Definitive Mix)’ reigned supreme on the dance floors. Almighty’s definitive mix of this classic captured the essence of the era’s optimism, ensuring its place among the top dance songs of 1999. Its chorus still echoes in dance clubs worldwide, a testament to its timeless appeal.
1999 also gifted us Christina Aguilera’s ‘Genie In A Bottle (Riprock ‘n Alex G. Extended Club Mix)’, a pop sensation turned dance-floor magnet. This revamped version of her breakout hit was an exciting departure, catapulting Aguilera to a higher echelon of dance music.
Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Waiting For Tonight (Hex Hector Vocal Remix Extended)’ was another standout, its pulsating beats and melodic rhythms making it an unforgettable anthem. Hex Hector’s skillful remix not only transformed the track but also made it one of the top dance songs of 1999.
After having mass success with “Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here” in 1998, Hex Hector rolled into 1999 with an arsenal of remixes that made him the most in demand DJ/producer next to Thunderpuss and Victor Calderone for much of the decade. He crafted another hit for Deborah Cox’s ‘It’s Over Now (Hex Hector Club Mix)’. His remix amplified the power of Cox’s expressive vocals, creating a high-energy dance anthem that was as emotionally resonant as it was infectious.
The Funky Green Dogs followed up their 1996 #1 club hit ‘Fired Up!’ with ‘Body (Club 69 Future Mix)’, a captivating blend of sultry vocals and futuristic beats. It was the epitome of the year’s techno-inspired, edgy dance music vibe, securing its position among the biggest dance songs of 1999.
Bette Midler’s ‘I’m Beautiful (Victor Calderone Main Vocal Mix)’ was an empowering anthem that spoke to the inner diva in us all. The track, with Calderone’s killer mix and Midler’s invincible voice, shined brightly among the top dance songs of 1999.
Lastly, Donna Summer’s ‘I Will Go With You (Con Te Partiró) (Club 69 Underground Anthem)’ was a unique blend of disco queen swagger and dance floor energy. It was a testament to her timeless appeal and an exciting reinvention, rounding off the biggest dance songs of the year.
In retrospect, 1999 was a thrilling dance music journey. The Top Dance Songs of 1999 were the rhythmic heartbeat of an era of transformation, a vibrant tapestry of beats, melodies, and emotions. These biggest dance songs of the year not only moved our bodies but also stirred our spirits, leaving an enduring impact on the landscape of music. As we turn up these tracks, we’re reminded of their power, their energy, and their timeless appeal. So, let’s press play and dance into the rhythm of yesteryears!
Album : Year-End Edition 1999 | volume 2
Genre : Circuit, House, Progressive
Year : 1999
Total Time : 01:21:26
1. Whitney Houston – My Love Is Your Love (Jonathan Peters’ Vocal Mixshow)
2. Cher – Believe (Almighty Definitive Mix)
3. Christina Aguilera – Genie In A Bottle (Riprock ‘n Alex G. Extended Club Mix)
4. Chicane feat. Maire Brennan – Saltwater (Tomski vs. Disco Citizens Remix)
5. Jennifer Lopez – Waiting For Tonight (Hex Hector Vocal Remix Extended)
6. Cevin Fisher feat. Loleatta Holloway – (You Got Me) Burning Up (Queen St. Orchestra Vocal Mix)
7. SM-Trax – Got The Groove (SM in Motion Mix)
8. Deborah Cox – It’s Over Now (Hex Hector Club Mix)
9. Funky Green Dogs – Body (Club 69 Future Mix)
10. Bette Midler – I’m Beautiful (Victor Calderone Main Vocal Mix)
11. Donna Summer – I Will Go With You (Con Te Partiró) (Club 69 Underground Anthem)