If you are planning to take part in a talent show, you may need some great ideas, so Insider Monkey has made a new compilation of good songs to dance to for a talent show in 2017. What is the origin of dance? No one knows as there are no paintings from the ancient times left. People danced when they celebrated something, for example wedding, harvesting birth, death, or they wanted to make the gods send some rain to the poor fields.
Each country and each nation has their own genre of dance which is distinctive from the others’ dances. Dance and music go together, so there are great songs as well you can choose for talent shows. Insider Monkey now gathered some really excellent dance songs if you are planning to take part in some of the shows. Some dance songs date back to previous years but still catch the viewer’s attention, and some are from this year (2017).
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the good songs to dance to for a talent show in 2017 from their list.
The first one is Dark Horse – Kay Perry feat. Juicy J. The American singer Katy Perry recorded “Dark Horse” featuring the rapper Juicy J. The United States, Canada, and the Netherlands is where it peaked to number one which shows it is a commercial success. The genre of “Dark Horse” is a combination of hip hop and trap. It has a witchy idea warning a man to not fall in love with her. The second songs is Run The World – Beyonce. The former Destiny’s Child member Beyonce has dominated the music and entertainment industry. One of her songs where Queen Bey is showing her fierce side is “Run The World.” The message is about female empowerment in an unapologetically aggressive manner. The genres are electropop and R&B. The last song on pur list for now is Pop – NSYNC. NSYNC already disbanded but some of their songs are still good to dance to, and “Pop” is one of them. It peaked at number 19 in the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 9 on the UK Singles Chart. Pop is one of their greatest hits, and it is still catchy until now.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 11 good songs to dance to for a talent show in 2017.