2014’s Most Danceable

Hey people,  just got through eating Indian fast food here in Delhi, where my host mom and her friend forced me to speak Hindi to the manager like a trained monkey.  Anyways it goes like this:

Host mom:  There’s the manager!! Use your Hindi use your Hindi use your Hindi!

Me: ahhhhdkrivjrhivhdAapka restaurant bahut accha hai (your restaurant is very good).

In honor of my involuntary dance deprivation, and the new year, here are the top five most danceable songs that I became addicted to in 2014.  Some of them were released earlier, shh.  Enjoy:


Sean Paul – Hey Baby

This song AUGH.  Never became a big hit in the U.S. so I haven’t gotten to rock a dance floor with it yet… heard it in Serbia and it completely turns me up.  If you like, have a look at the official movie, with the  Nikeata Germaican Dance Team.  I didn’t post it, just in case any of my family reads my blog and gets offended by the scantily clad women.  Actually if you are one of my family members please don’t listen to any of these songs..


Jhene Aiko – The Worst

Perfect for slow-angry dancing.  SORRY (elderly) FAMILY MEMBERS I KNOW SHE’S SCANTLY CLAD.   I don’t think my grandma reads this.  But she does know how to internet, so who knows.


Bailando – Enrique Iglesias

I know I’ve posted this song before, but it needs to be heard.  I really like Sean Paul’s part on the English version, but the Spanish version seems like less of a we-only-listen-to-English-songs coupout.


Tonight (Best You Ever Had) – John Legend

First heard this on the Kizomba dance floor, and holy hell is it romantic.  About to turn it up and dance with my boyfriend actually.  Excuse me a second>>>


Feelings – Maroon 5

AUUHHHHAKLAJ:F LOVE THIS SO MUCH RIGHT NOW.  Addicted, currently.

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I know what you’re thinking when the bass starts…

I always feel  like I’m missing out.  Have to spend the whole day in the library doing research for a final paper, and people are DOING THINGS.  I should be doing things too.  Research isn’t a real thing.  I’m here alone and I should be conversing with people.  I haven’t had a real conversation in a long time.  Every time anyone tries to talk to me I just… “I’m GRADUATING IN TWO WEEKS.”  That’s all I can say, like a zombie on autopilot, that is the only thought in my head. eesh.  So anyways, I felt like missing out so I bought tickets to Exit Festival in Serbia and I’m pretty pumped about that.

Also this song is catchy despite being one of those meaningless pop songs that nevertheless had us dancing on imaginary tabletops…