Songs that won’t fly at prom

April 22, 2013 by Ric Hansen

School dance network stacked-greenHere are this week’s adds to the NATIONAL DO NOT PLAY list.  Plus here is the current list of the most popular Dubstep songs that are safe to play.     To get the school dance info scoop first, it’s easy to become a DJ member.

DO NOT PLAY ADDITIONS:

New   Future f/Casino      Karate  Chop
New   B.O.B and TI      We Still In This B**ch      Title gives it away
New   Tyga- Rick Ross      Dope      A deadly combination of artists

See the complete list of recent song to avoid on the School Dance Network website.  

TOP 10 DUB STEP SONGS

1.) Harlem Shake                                           Baauer
2.) Scary Monsters and Nice Spites                Skrillex
3.) First Of The Year                                      Skrillex
4.) Pump It Up                                               Zomboy
5.) Lights (Bassnectar Remix)                         Ellie Goulding
6.) Won’t You (Be There) (Baauer Remix)         Nero
7.) Jump Around (Remix)                                Cotton Mouth
8.) I Can’t Stop                                              Flux Pavilion
9.) Louder (Flux Pavilion Remix)                      DJ Fresh Feat. Sian Evans
10.) Channel 42                                             Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gatner

 

Plus, why Ed Sheeran’s “CLASS A TEAM” is safe to play, despite its references to drugs and prostitution.

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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.


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