Who’s ready for “back to School”

August 14, 2015 by Ric Hansen

safe-songs-logoSchools around the country are gearing up for the first dance of the new year.  Have you positioned yourself as the “safe” age-appropriate DJ in your city?  In order to get the green light to DJ homecoming, middle school dances and halloween parties, administrators need to know you will be sensitive to their need to be clean and edited.  Our School Dance Network website offers tons of free school dance information, including the top safe songs, the DO NOT PLAY songs, dance trends, and school dance news.  Our goal is to give you some tools to being the preferred teen dance company.  Here is this weeks Top 30 safe songs.  Join as a member if your serious about building your school dance business.

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ARTIST

TITLE

1

Taylor Swift

Bad Blood

2

The Weekend

Can’t Feel My Face

3

OMI

Cheerleader

4

Walk the Moon

Shut Up and Dance

5

Andy Grammer

Honey, I’m Good

6

Major Lazer

Lean On

7

Shrillex/Diplo/Justin Bieber

Where are U Now

8

Wiz Kalifa/Charlie Puth

See You Again

9

Ed Sheeran

Photograph

10

Rachel Platten

Fight Song

11

Demi Lovato

Cool For The Summer

12

David Guetta/Nicki Minaj

Hey Mama

13

FALL OUT BOYS

Uma Thurman

14

Jason Derulo

Want to Want Me

15

Fifth Harmony/Kid Ink

Worth it

16

DJ Snake / AlunaGeorge

You know you like it

17

Jidenna

Classic Man

18

Tori Kelly

Should have been us

19

Zedd/Jon Bellion

Beautiful Now

20

Shaggy/Mohombi/Faydee/Costi

I need your Love

21

Nick Jonas

Chains

22

Silento’

Watch Me

23

Ellie Goulding

Love Me Like You Do

24

Maroon 5

Sugar

25

Ariana Grande

One Last Time

26

Pitbull / Chris Bown

Fun

27

Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars

Uptown Funk

28

Echosmith

Bright

29

Natalie LaRose

Somebody

30

SIA

Elastic Heart

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Ric Hansen Ric Hansen (106 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.


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