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Top Dance Songs of 2016 Volume 3

In the ever-changing landscape of music, 2016 marked a significant year electronic dance music, as displayed in the Top Dance Songs of 2016. The year saw remarkable output from artists like Rihanna, Justin Bieber, and The Chainsmokers, each contributing distinctively to the dance music sphere.

Rihanna’s ‘Anti’ album was a resounding success, spawning several Top 10 tracks. The standout ‘This Is What You Came For’, a collaboration with Calvin Harris and co-written by Taylor Swift, is a dance floor hit and undoubtedly one of the Top Dance Songs of 2016.

Justin Bieber, riding the wave of success from his 2015 ‘Purpose’ album, solidified his presence in 2016’s dance music scene. His collaborations with Major Lazer on ‘Cold Water‘ and DJ Snake on ‘Let Me Love You‘ not only topped charts but also contributed significantly to the list of Top Dance Songs of 2016. Despite his controversial image, Bieber’s talent is undeniable, particularly when combined with industry-leading producers.

However, the true dance music titans of 2016 were The Chainsmokers. Following their 2014 hit ‘#Selfie‘ and their debut album ‘Bouquet’ in 2015, their track ‘Closer‘ with Halsey confirmed their status as EDM trendsetters with an attractive pop edge.

As we move closer to the end of our countdown of 2016’s biggest dance hits, I’d like to extend thanks to Gary B. for his generous donation. Also, a note to our Firefox users experiencing issues with our donation plugin; we’re working on a fix, but for now, Chrome, Explorer, or Safari may provide a smoother experience.

Stay tuned for the final installment of the Top Dance Songs of 2016. Until then…ENJOY!

Album : Year in Dance 2016 pt. 3
Genre : EDM, House, Dance
Year : 2016
Total Time : 01:19:19
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