Dance tracks dominate the proceedings in our monthly workout music recap. While that sounds like the introduction to one-dimensional playlist, the tracks approach the genre from different avenues. Plus, there are a handful of pop singles mixing things up along the way.
The first batch of dance tracks are the remixes--where Top 40 favorites like The Weeknd and clubland stars like Flume both find their recent hits reimagined. Elsewhere, you'll find David Guetta and Nevada each leading collaborative covers of a pair of '90s, R&B singles. Finally, you've got straightforward pop tunes including a rousing send off to past loves from Little Mix and a contribution to the Sing soundtrack featuring Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande.
On the surface, it might appear that the common denominator at work here is a steady dance/pop vibe. But, there's a bit more variety at work than you might expect. Accordingly, the list's true consistency lies in its lively, uncomplicated beats--which will make for excellent motivation on your next run. To that end, here's the full top 10 list--according to the votes logged on workout music site Run Hundred.
- The Weeknd & Daft Punk - "Starboy (Kygo Remix)" - 94 BPM
- The Chainsmokers & XYLￃﾘ - "Setting Fires" - 105 BPM
- Nevada, Mark Morrison & Fetty Wap - "The Mack" - 106 BPM
- Calvin Harris - "My Way (Offaiah Remix)" - 124 BPM
- Flume & Tove Lo - "Say It (Clean Bandit Remix)" - 130 BPM
- Little Mix - "Shout Out to My Ex" - 126 BPM
- David Guetta, Cedric Gervais & Chris Willis - "Would I Lie to You (Extended)" - 124 BPM
- Stevie Wonder & Ariana Grande - "Faith" - 158 BPM
- Sia - "Move Your Body (Alan Walker Remix)" - 128 BPM
- Bebe Rexha - "I Got You" - 99 BPM
Check out this month's top 10 workout songs on Run Hundred: www.RunHundred.com.
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