New music for strippers december 2011

Hello, long time no see!!

The fact is that i’m pretty busy right now! i’ve tons of work and have some issue to find time to update this blog regularly. But now i’m back again (i hope for good) and i’ll try to write at least one post a mouth!

Their is a lots of musics in all kind of genre coming-out every days, i’ll do my best to keep you informed on the best track that you can use for your stage routine. This blog is especially dedicated to all strippers everywhere in the world which are looking for new music (the music you’ll not have to fight to use it..)!!

Here are a few song i’ve discover lastly and which i think would be killer for strip club stage routine.
Please if you like those songs, click my links and buy them on iTune or Amazon.:)

What’s about a new slutty song named Brand New Bitch, This is a very basic dance song but can be very accurate for a dancefloor is a strip club!
Brand New Bitch - Single - Anjulie

If you are into Dubstep and metal music, Bassnectar mix the best of both world with his special Seek & Destroy remix. All rockers in the room will look at YOU for sure!!

Divergent Spectrum - Bassnectar

Hail! Korn is back with a brand new CD and Narcissistic Cannibal is an absolute killer. This is one of the best rock metal song around to strip to these days!

The Path of Totality (Special Edition) - Korn

Jacki-O has a pretty song for you named Pussy. If you are into hip hop and can do sexy move on that kind of music, i suggest this one!

Poe Little Rich Girl - Jacki-O


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Top mainstream music for strip club fall 2008

Here is a small list of top pop and commercial song for strip club DJ and strippers, no underground music only very well know music that you can hear in any club and radio in the world! the good for stripper: almost all club play those songs and your a mostly sure the dj has this song in his music bank!
the con well those are generic music son you’ll to fight with your co-worker to use these songs for your stage routine because these songs are very popular! commercial and mainstream play these songs in heavy rotation so all the girls will fight for them! i’ll not review them because i think you should the music already and anyway i don’t wanna be a part of the pop/r’n’b/mainstream propaganda :p
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so here we are…the big strip club music list fall 2008!
Pink – So what
Brandy – Right Here (Departed)
Katy Perry – Hot N Cold
Usher f./Will.I.Am – What’s Your Name
T-Pain f./Lil Wayne – Can’t Believe It
Kanye West – Love Lockdown
Kevin Rudolf – Let it rock
Lady Gaga f./Colby O’Donis – Just Dance
The Killers – Human
The Pussycat Dolls f./Missy Elliott – Whatcha Think About That
Ne-Yo – Miss Independent
Britney Spears – Womanizer
Beyonce – If i were a boy
T.I. f./Rihanna – Live Your Life
Christina Aguilera – Keeps Gettin’ Better
Beyonce – Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
Ludacris f./T-Pain – One More Drink
Miley Cyrus – Fly On The Wall
Lil Wayne f./Bobby Valentino & Kidd Kidd – Mrs. Officer
T-Pain f./Justin Timberlake – Can’t Believe It Remix
Lady Gaga – Poker Face
Ne-Yo – Mad
Plies – Put It On Ya
Akon f./Lil Wayne – I’m So Paid
50 Cent – Get up
Akon – right now
Ciara f./T-Pain – Go girl
The Game f./Lil Wayne – My life
Madonna – Miles away
Velvet – Chemistry
Saving Jane – Supergirl
Lindsay Lohan – Bossy

you can listen the song using this Imeem player

Strip Clubs Become Testing Ground for Hip-Hop Music

NEW YORK (Billboard) – It’s no longer just the hardworking women who make money at strip clubs. These late-night hangouts, with their booming sound systems and gender-mixed crowds, have become big business for the record industry, particularly for hip-hop labels.

“Strip clubs have become the main breaking place for records, especially in the South,” says Jermaine Dupri, president of urban music for Virgin Records.
Strip Clubs
The music industry increasingly has embraced the strip club out of necessity and convenience. Tighter radio playlists mean it’s harder than ever to break a track on the FM dial, and regular dance clubs—where songs get played for a moment and then lost in a mix—tend to play what’s already on the radio. At strip joints, DJs are able to play full tracks and can take a chance on underground and unproven