#HauteSounds: 8 Songs That Will Complete Your Next Sleepover
For some of us, Saturday nights mean letting our hair down and partying till dawn, for others, it is a cozy night in with the besties. Frankly speaking, I would prefer the latter any day. Ice cream tubs, movie marathon, stalking people on social media, and loads of gossip…I feel like I need one tonight!
But, along with the other slumber party essentials, a playlist is extremely vital and pizzas, lots and lots of them. A sleepover is the perfect time to dance like no one is watching, without any insecurities. You can groove on the latest hit numbers or go back to the classics — you know, like screaming your lungs out during the chorus of Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Naa. Legit feels, no?
Then there are some songs that have been created for exactly this purpose, to add the fun factor to a girly night in. No matter how many songs will come and go, these gems will stay with you and helps us make memories, one sleepover at a time.
So, before you con-call your gang, scroll down to check out our top picks for the sleepover playlist.
1. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun — Cyndi Lauper
This 80s song still manages to get everyone’s feet tapping and helps get the party started, instantly. After all, girls just want to have fun, right?
2. I Gotta Feeling — The Black Eyed Peas
EVERY PARTY EVER.
3. Yaaron Dosti Badi Hi Haseen Hai — KK
I can’t believe that this song came out in 1999 and still has the magic to make friendships stronger. A feel-good track, put this on and let the tears roll.
4. Single Ladies — Beyonce
When Beyonce literally stole our hearts (and that amazing choreography!), this song NEEDS to be on during your next sleepover! Another great option by the singer is Girls.
5. Fireworks — Katy Perry
Everything that your best friend will say to you is what the lyrics of this song are and Katy’s powerful voice will be all the motivation you need…maybe to move on from that ex?
6. Rockabye — Clean Bandit
In collaboration with Sean Paul and Annie Marie, this song is another party number that will you make take out those pillows and jump on the bed, dancing away your worries.
7. Shaam — Nikhil D’Souza & Amit Trivedi
Not every song on this list has to be upbeat, right? For those who love to listen to soulful music, listen to Shaam from the movie Aisha and enter a dreamy world. What would be even better is watching the movie to!
8. Cheap Thrills — Sia
One song that has now entered the list of slumber party tracks is Sia’s Cheap Thrills. It is addictive and you just can’t get bored of it.
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