I absolutely love to listen to old music. Old music takes me back to middle school dances. Let's be honest, middle school dances were the highlight of everyone's preteen years. You would go home from school on a Friday and get dressed up to go to a dance that night. Most of the time, one of my friends would go home from school with me and we would go to my house and do our hair, get dressed up, and anticipate going to a dance that night. Think about all the songs you would dance to. Think about how much you would try to impress your crush when he saw you dance to Soulja Boy in the middle of dance floor. As I have said, I love old music and the nostalgia that old music brings me. Here are my top 10 favorite "throwback" songs from middle school dances.
These Were My Favorite Songs At Middle School Dances And Middle School Dances Were The Best.
If you are anything like me, you loved going to school dances. Whether it was your middle school sports banquet dance or your senior homecoming, you would always be one of the first on the floor and the last to get off. Now that I have been out of high school for almost four years, there are certain songs that I will randomly hear that remind me of dances I attended in both middle and high school. This song brought out the freak in many teens at dances.
Let’s party like it’s 2010.
Choosing school dance songs requires lots of research. You also need to rely on your record pools. After a high school had booked me to play an event recently, I reached out to the school on a Monday and let them know to have their dance planning committee send me a school approved list of songs. They sent this list on a Friday, end of January , around 2 pm and I worked on it prepping songs Friday night and Saturday afternoon, going through line by line, finding clean versions when needed, and checking my record pools and library for remixes. Read More: wedding songs to add to your playlist in Maybe 10? The only thing they have to compare it to is the mega touring DJs.
During which you all created a bunch of little circles with your friends and just started smacking the air. There were always two or three kids that found this song super annoying and the rest just lost their fucking minds. This song followed you everywhere. Your middle school dance, the bowling alley, your aunt Sharon's wedding This is what played when the DJ wanted to "slow things down" and everyone stood awkwardly on the sidelines except for five couples who awkwardly slow danced on the dance floor. This song was the unofficial school dance anthem.