2010 Dance Music Countdown

We have been working on this list the entire year. This dance music chart is based on dance music charts, club play, the crowd’s reaction to the song, circuit party play, and international club play. In 2010, we had lots and lots of Lady Gaga with her concert afterparties and her dance music that you had to get out on the dancefloor and show your teeth. You could walk by a straight club and hear Lady Gaga and walk buy a gay club and hear it probably three or four times a night. She took-over the clubs this year and mainly last year as well. Then you had Robyn who made a comeback this year. She had the 90’s hit “Show Me Love” years ago and now looking great came back with this new album which includes “Hang with Me” and Dancing On My Own. Adam Lambert got some good airplay this year with his “If I had You”. It was just a year ago that Adam Lambert was on the American Music Awards performing his “For Your Entertainment” song and making us all sweaty when he kissed his hot straight guitarist.

1. Robyn – Dancing On My Own
2. Adam Lambert – If I had You
3. Ke$ha – My Love is your Drug
4. Christina Aguilera – Not Myself Tonight (Same Girl)
5. Lady Gaga – Telephone (Kaskade Extended Remix))
6. Kylie Minogue – All The Lovers (Seth Cooper Mix)
7. Wynter Gordon – Dirty Talk
8. Kylie Minogue – Get Outta My Way
9. We Speak No Americano by Australian duo Yolanda Be Cool
10. Lady Gaga Alejandro (Kleerup Remix & Bimbo Jones Remix)
11. Christina Aguilera – You Lost Me
12. The Saturdays – I Miss Missing you
13. Enrique Iglecsias – I Like it
14. Rihanna – Russian Roulette (Tony Moran)
15. Katy Perry – Teenage Dream (Manhattan Clique Club) / Madonna Revolver
16. Rihanna – Rude Boy (Low Sunday Club Mix)
17. Jason Derulo – Ridin’ Solo
18. Rihanna – Only Girl In The World (Bimbo Jones)
19. Jesse McCartney – Shake
20. Donna Summer – To Paris With Love (Eddia Amador)
21. Freemasons – Believer
22. Ke$ha – Blah Blah blah / Ke$ha – Take It Off
23. Shontelle – Licky (Under The Covers)
24. Far East Movement – Like A G6
25. One Republic – Secrets
26. Selena Gomez Round & Round
27. Cazwell – Ice Cream Truck
28. Selena Gomez

29. Usher DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love (Again)
30. Taio Cruz – Dynamite (Mixin Marc Club Remix)
31. Justin Bieber ft. Usher Somebody To Love
32. Zayra – VIP
33. Shontelle – Impossible
34. Ne-Yo – Beautiful Monster
35. Adam Lambert – For Your Entertainment
36. Alyson Calagna – Rain
37. Katy Perry f. Snoop Dogg – California Girls
38. Kelis – 4th of July
39. Katy Perry – Peacock (DJ HECTOR FONSECA)
40. Nelly Furtado – Night Is Young

Some of our favorite songs from the gay community included Jason Dottley – Hit Play and the hottest new kid on the block named Kaden who sung the Boy theme song for the A-List NYC. Boy George had Amazing Grace but it did not get the club play it should have..what was up with DJ’s this year playing the same repetitive stuff?

Of course we hard a lot from the new queen of every video Nicki Minaj who appears in every video made almost in 2010. She’s like a cartoon character that is everywhere!

See our 2009 Music Countdown and prepare for New Years Eve with this hit music from the last several months!

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2 thoughts on “2010 Dance Music Countdown”

  1. You need to rename this list “Top Pop Songs.” If you’d been in any major dance (ie REAL house music) club, you wouldn’t have heard many of these tracks. You ignored all of the major players whose tracks have been tearing up dance floors this year: deadmau5, David Guetta, and Kaskade. And you’ve left off the two biggest dance tunes of the year that were played worldwide from Miami to London to Ibiza: Dennis Ferrer’s Hey Hey and Swedish House Mafia’s One.

  2. I am sure you can throw their names behind some of these songs. We certainly love BPM but its all the deadmau5, David Guetta, and Kaskade repeated and repeated. This is more a listing of Dance songs the gays loved to move to. deadmau5, is fascinating and all but I do not think the dancefloor was too full if he was played at Heaven in London unless it was a Monday night 🙂 ( or Revolution in Orlando or Tigerheat in LA or OCH in Austin)

    Swedish House Mafia yeah they were big on BPM and str8 clubs.. The year is not over yet but hey thought we would get an early start..

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