Top 30 Songs- safe for schools

February 21, 2012 by Ric Hansen

Our panel of music reviewers continue to monitor the music that is published each week, to help schools and DJs determine what is suitable for on-campus dances.  Here is the most recent list.

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LW TW Artist Title Notes/info Prime Cuts # BPM
2 1 Flo Rida Good Feelin 201137 128
3 2 Bruno Mars It Will Rain One reference to morophine 201140 75
1 3 Rihanna We Found Love 201140 128
6 4 J Cole Workout Edit N**ga,  S**t 201126 93
8 5 Hot Chelle Rae I Like it Like That  FT-New Boyz 201139 101
4 6 David Guetta Without You Usher 201136 128
5 7 LMFAO Sexy and I know it 201133 130
13 8 Pitbull/w Chris Brown International Love Requires edited version 201140 120
9 9 Jason Derulo It Girl 201133 92
7 10 Lady Gaga Marry the Night 201145 131
18 11 Rihanna You Da One 201147 127
10 12 Drake Headlines Must be edited! F**K, Sh*t, Nig** 201132 76
11 13 Gym Class Heros Stereo Hearts Adam Levine 201125 91
12 14 Maroon 5/Aguilera Moves Like Jagger 201132 128
24 15 David Guetta/Nicki Minaj Turn Me on Just don’t watch the video
26 16 Selena Gomez Love you Like a Love Song 201131 119
16 17 Britney Spears I Wanna Go 201124 131
17 18 Nicki Minaj-Rihanna Fly Must edit Motherf**ker 201132 120
14 19 Lil Wayne How to Love 201123 77
15 20 Cobra Starship You Make Me Feel 201120 132
29 21 Gym Class Heroes Self Back Home   (New recording) Re-do of  “A** Back Home” 201203 130
19 22 Enrique Iglesias I Like How it Feels FT Pitbull 201139 128
21 23 LMFAO Party Rock Anthem Lauren Bennett 201102 131
23 24 Alexandra Stan Mr. Saxobeat 201119 127
20 25 New Boyz Better with the Lights on 201120 112
30 26 Outasight Tonight is the Night 201142 120
22 27 Bad Meets Evil Lighters (squeaky clean) Bruno Mars 201125 90
25 28 Kanye West All of the lights Kid Cudi, Rihanna 201050 71
New 29 J. Jessie Domino 201135 127
New 30 Kelly Clarkson Stronger 201201 116

 

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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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