Lap dancing is not for strip clubs only. You can get steamy and hot with your partner in the comfort of your home. A private lap dance will spice things up and make you feel super sexy. Not to forget that you can choose your playlist too!
If you are looking for inspiration, here is our list of 20 best lap dance songs:
Good For You by Selena Gomez
Good For You was the lead single from Selena’s 2015 album Revival, and it showed a whole new side of the famous singer. The breathy vocals and simple production created an extremely sultry song, and the lyrics add to the sexiness of this tune. The video has more than 490 million views on YouTube at the moment.
West Coast by Lana Del Rey
West Coast, the first release from Lana Del Rey’s third album Ultraviolence, added something fresh to the singer’s sound. The seductive vocals are still there, but this song also combines surf-rock guitars and psychedelic rock – something we haven’t heard from Del Rey up to that point. West Coast is slow and nostalgic, making us miss California even though most listeners have never been there before. The dreamy black & white video has 136 million views on YouTube.
No Diggity by Blackstreet
If you were around in 1996, you probably remember No Diggity playing pretty much everywhere. This song dethroned Macarena from the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Blackstreet even received a Grammy award for their performance. The R&B tune has an infectious beat that makes you move seductively. The video has 276 million plays on YouTube as of this moment.
Slow Dancing in a Burning Room by John Mayer
Slow Dancing in a Burning Room is one of John Mayer’s most popular songs. You can find it on his 2006 album, Continuum. The lyrics are stunning, but the guitar solo makes this song special. As the name suggests, this song is perfect for slow dancing. So it fits the theme of this list perfectly. The live performance of Slow Dancing in a Burning Room has 59 million views on YouTube.
Buttons by The Pussycat Dolls
The girls from the Pussycat Dolls are dance goddesses. They will give you inspiration for a lapdance if you watch the video for Buttons. The lyrics are also perfect for a sexy dance because they are all about undressing. Buttons was the fourth single from the band’s 2006 debut album PCD. The video featuring Snoop Dogg has 619 million views on YouTube.
Skin by Mac Miller
Watching Mac Miller’s journey was a privilege. He started as a teenage rapper and matured into a true artist. His album The Divine Feminine is the perfect example of his willingness to experiment with different genres. For instance, Skin is a wonderfully sensual R&B song with jazz elements. The video for Skin has 3.5 million views on YouTube.
bitches by Tove Lo
Tove Lo could be the most underrated pop artist of the 2010s. Bitches is featured on her third album, Blue Lips. It has a strong beat that will amp up your mood instantly. Not to forget that the lyrics are both fun and incredibly dirty. The remixed version of bitches was released in 2018 as a single. It has more than 9 million views on YouTube.
Ooh La La by Goldfrapp
Goldfrapp made synth-pop sound sexy and erotic. Their 2005 single Ooh La La was a huge commercial success for the UK band and launched them straight to the charts. The lyrics are about a casual relationship, and the beat will make you move your hips like never before. Ooh La La still sounds revolutionary, and the video has 13 million streams on YouTube.
You Can Leave Your Hat On by Joe Cocker
Even though Joe Cocker didn’t write this song, he made You Can Leave Your Hat On his own. His vocal performance is incredible, and it is impossible to imagine anyone else performing this tune. You Can Leave Your Hat On became synonymous with striptease after being featured in a movie called 9½ Weeks. The song will work for a lap dance too. The video has 9.8 million views on YouTube.
Naughty Girl by Beyoncé
Influenced by middle eastern music, Naughty Girl is the song for a lap dance with a bit of belly dancing. Beyoncé released this banger in 2004 and received a lot of praise from music critics because it is hypnotic and sensual. As expected, the video for Naughty Girl has more than 117 million views on YouTube.
Need To Know by Doja Cat
Doja Cat is an incredibly talented artist who brought a much-needed change to pop music. She knows how to mix different genres, and the results are always thrilling. Of course, Need To Know, the first single from her album Planet Her, stormed the charts instantly. The song is erotic and sultry, with breathy vocals and excellent rap verses. Need To Know was viewed more than 163 million times on YouTube.
Dangerous Woman by Ariana Grande
Picking just one Ariana Grande song for this list is nearly impossible. Dangerous Woman has it all – a steamy beat, sexy lyrics, and strong vocals. It sets the tone for a lap dance perfectly. Combine it with one of Grande’s outfits from the video, and you don’t need anything else. This song has more than 651 million views on YouTube right now.
After Dark by Tito & Tarantula
Quentin Tarantino’s movies are all about iconic scenes. Selma Hayek’s dance in From Dusk Till Dawn is one of them. Her performance is unforgettable, but the song playing in the background is something else. So if you and your significant other are movie buffs, you can’t go wrong with this one. After Dark has approximately 12 million listeners on YouTube across several videos.
Pour Some Sugar On Me by Def Leppard
Pour Some Sugar On Me is considered the most popular strip bar song of all time. Released in 1987, it became the most popular song by Def Leppard. The guitar riffs are energetic, and the lyrics are pretty sexy. If you want to show off your moves, this song should be your choice for a lap dance. The official video has 78.9 million views on YouTube.
I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself by The White Stripes
The White Stripes took an old Dusty Springfield hit, added distorted guitars, and created a timeless garage rock tune that still sounds contemporary. And not to forget, very sexy. The video featuring Kate Moss pole dancing adds to the overall feel. This song from the 2003 album Elephant deserves more love. It has less than 1 million plays on YouTube.
Breathe On Me by Britney Spears
Even though Breathe On Me wasn’t a single, it is beloved by all Britney fans. She explored various genres on her 2003 album In The Zone, and this song is a praiseworthy blend of pop and trip-hop. Britney’s vocals are breathy and lustful, but the lyrics are something else. The singer said that Breathe On Me is one of her favorite songs as well. Unfortunately, this tune has just 6 million views on YouTube across several videos.
Montero (Call Me By Your Name) by Lil Nas X
Lil Nas X knows how to make a chart-topping hit that makes everyone talk. The lyrics of Montero (Call Me By Your Name) are very suggestive, and the song itself has an excellent beat. Of course, the record-breaking video is a work of art and has more than 424 million views on YouTube. It is worth checking out because the choreography is phenomenal and will give you plenty of ideas for your lap dance performance.
Closer by Nine Inch Nails
Who said industrial rock isn’t sexy? Closer is one of those songs you instantly remember after hearing it only once. It was featured on Nine Inch Nails’ 1994 album, The Downward Spiral. The lyrics are surprisingly direct, but the groove is the superstar here. The funky bass line goes so well with the gritty industrial beats. So if you love alternative rock from the 1990s, this Nine Inch Nails tune should be on your list of lap dance songs.
Pony by Ginuwine
Pony was Ginuwine’s 1996 debut single, and it is one of the best R&B songs of all time. It became a timeless classic after being featured in Magic Mike movies. The slow groove of Pony and coy lyrics will put you in the mood for a lap dance. The video has more than 145 million views on YouTube at the moment.
Earned It by The Weeknd
Some might not agree with this but Earned It is the best thing we got from the Fifty Shades trilogy. After all, this song introduced us to the Weeknd. Earned It is a ballad with alluring vocals and a smooth beat. The instrumental features strings and elements of classical music, which takes it to a whole new level. Earned It has been viewed 693 million times on YouTube.
It doesn’t matter if you want a slow song to set the mood or something faster that will make you bust those awesome moves – this list got you covered. We included various genres, so you will probably find something you like. If you want to try something new with your partner, pick a song, press play, and have fun!