“50 Cent” added to Safe Songs list

September 11, 2012 by Ric Hansen

Amazing but true.  We haven’t seen a clean and safe song from “50 Cent”, maybe, ever!   Take out a few of the choice words and it actually has a pretty positive message.

Here is this weeks current TOP 30 Safe Songs for schools.  Check out the new scoop and join as a “Responsible DJ” member and let schools in your area know you are there to provide a safe, positive and high energy dance event.  (You’re on their side!)

 

 

Safe Songs for September 10th 2012

LW TW Artist Title Notes/info Prime Cuts # BPM Edit
4 1 Ellie Goulding Lights 201109 120
1 2 Rihanna Where have you been 201216 128
2 3 Maroon 5 Payphone Wiz Kjalifa 201217 111 Yes
7 4 Pink Blow Me One Last Kiss Must have multiple “shits” edited 201228 114 Yes
3 5 Katy Perry Wide Awake 201223 80
10 6 David Guetta Titanium 201230 125
11 7 Justin Bieber As Long As You Love Me 201227 71
5 8 Calvin  Harris Lets Go w/Neyo 201212 128
6 9 Carly Jepsen Call Me Maybe 201210 120
12 10 Nicki Minaj Pound the Alarm Edit out the B word 201227 126 Yes
13 11 David Guetta/ Chris Brown I Can Only Imagine 201230 127
15 12 Trey Songz Heart Attack 201214 75 Yes
8 13 Cher Lloyd Want U Back 201206 98
9 14 Havana Brown-Pitbull We Run The Night 201216 128
20 15 Ne-Yo Let me Love You 201229 124
17 16 Pitbull/Shakira Get it Started 201234 128
24 17 Maroon 5 One More Night 201229 93 Yes
14 18 Kelly Clarkson Stronger 201201 116
16 19 David Guetta/Nicki Minaj Turn Me on Just don’t watch the video 201231 128
18 20 Justin Bieber Boyfriend 201214 97
29 21 Karmin Hello 201230 128
21 22 Taylor Swft-B.O.B Both Of Us 201220 63
26 23 Katy Perry Part of Me 201210 130
23 24 Flo Rida Good Feelin 201137 128
22 25 Pitbull Back In Time 201214 127
* 26 Chris Brown Don’t Wake Me Up 201221 128
* 27 50 Cent/Dr. Dre/Alicia Keys New Day Clean edit will fix the rap 201232 98
25 28 Gym Class Heroes Self  Back Home Re do of “A** back home” 201203 130
* 29 Enrique Iglesias Finally Found You 201236 129
* 30 Usher Numb 201233 125

 

Ric Hansen Ric Hansen (93 Posts)

Ric Hansen is a Seattle radio executive who also created one of America’s largest event marketing companies that specializes in producing literally thousands of mobile DJ school dance events in most major cities across the country. His unique promotional partnership with many of the country’s highly successful radio stations has gained him notoriety in the radio industry, mobile DJ industry and with school administrators nationwide. His School Dance Network website (http://www.schooldancenetwork.com) is the go-to resource for schools, and mobile DJs looking to provide safe, clean and age appropriate dance events, yet at the same time provide high-energy and engaging dance events for teens.


Filed Under: Exclusive Online News and Content