As we conclude our journey through the Top Dance Songs of 2017, let’s take a moment to delve deeper into this comprehensive series. For those unfamiliar, each year, Party Favorz curates a collection of what we believe to be the most pivotal dance music tunes. We focus on songs that hold significance in the evolving landscape of dance music, both within mainstream pop culture and the vibrant underground dance music scene. These are the tracks that have been championed by the most influential DJs, from professional pioneers to ambitious amateurs, who have left indelible marks on the electronic dance music landscape.
The Top Dance Songs of the Year series took root in 2007, coinciding with the launch of this blog. However, our passion for dance music drove us to delve even further into the past, leading to the creation of compilations dating back an additional decade. Each annual collection, comprising 3-5 comprehensive sets, is a time capsule of the dance music trends and hits of that year. We strongly advise storing the compilations that best mirror your personal dance music journey. In 10 – 20 years, these collections could serve as invaluable musical memoirs of your past.
Our expansive content library here at Party Favorz occasionally prompts us to randomly revisit older material from our current Top 20. As a morning person, I recently queued up Top Dance Songs of 2014 Volume 1 on a car drive, allowing the rhythms of the past to accompany my wait for the day’s news shows. The trip down memory lane was a delightful reminder of how enduring these tracks truly are. Whether you follow this suggestion or not is entirely your choice but you can thank me later.
Currently, I am refining our ultimate year-end New Year dance party mix, Blow Your Own Horn, to ensure it hits all the right notes. With three different versions already in the works, the final output may well be a fusion of the best elements from each. Anticipate an early release, allowing me some respite to regain a sense of normality as the year draws to a close.
The exploration of the Top Dance Songs of 2017 seems to have resonated with you, as reflected in the encouraging response we’ve received. We’ll be back in a week or so with the final dance music extravaganza of the year.
Until then… ENJOY!
Album: Year in Dance 2017 pt. 3
Genre: EDM, House, Dance
Total Time: 01:34:28
- Niall Horan – Slow Hands (Basic Tape Remix)
- Demi Lovato – Sorry Not Sorry (Freedo Mix)
- Avicii feat. Rita Ora – Lonely Together (Dirty Werk & Country Club Martini Crew Remix)
- Axwell Ingrosso feat. Kid Ink – I Love You (CID Extended Mix)
- Dua Lipa – Blow Your Mind (Mwah) (Night Moves Remix)
- Camila Cabello – Havana (Danny Dove Remix)
- Bebe Rexha – I Got You (Cheat Codes Remix)
- Alan Walker feat. Gavin James – Tired (Kovan & Alex Skrindo Remix)
- Halsey – Bad At Love (Generik Extended)
- Dua Lipa – New Rules (DJ Linuxis Remix)
- Maroon 5 feat. Future – Cold (Vander Blake Remix)
- Rasmus Faber feat. Linus Norde – We Laugh We Dance We Cry (Jason Nevins Extended Remix)
- Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do (Handbag House Club Mix)
- Machine Gun Kelly x Camila Cabello – Bad Things (Jump Smokers Remix)
- Marshmello feat. Khalid – Silence (Illenium Remix)
- The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Just Like This (Alesso Remix)
- Avicii feat. Sandro Cavazza – Without You (Merk & Kremont Mix)
- Ben Platt & Original Broadway Cast of Dear Evan Hansen – Waving Through A Window (Lodato & Joseph Duveen Extended Club Remix)
- Bob Sinclar & Daddy’s Groove – Burning (Extended Mix)
- Shawn Mendes – There’s Nothing Holdin Me Back (Dark Intensity Remix)
- Tiesto feat. Bright Sparks – On My Way (Extended Mix)
- DNCE – Body Moves (Eric Kupper Club Mix)
- Cardi B – Bodak Yellow (Barry Harris Dirty Mix)
- Luis Fonsi feat. Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber – Despacito (Major Lazer & Moska Remix)
- Rihanna – Love On The Brain (Gigamesh Remix)