The Most Requested Songs Of 2017

DJs most requested songs of 2017

Just as they do each year, DJ Event Planner just posted the 200 most requests songs (from DJs) of 2017.

While every market varies, DJ Event Planners requested songs list is compiled based on over 2 million song requests made using the DJ Event Planner song request system so it’s largely an accurate representation of what songs DJs are heard the most requests for throughout 2017, no matter their location. The DJ Event Planner platform is primarily used by Mobile/Wedding DJs so the list of songs is open format and don’t likely apply all that well to jocks mixing at the club.

As a DJ it’s always a bit of fun reviewing the list each year. The usual suspects such as “Don’t Stop Believin'”, “Sweet Caroline”, and “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” are clearly Mobile DJ mainstays as their location near the top of the list once again confirms. It should come as no surprise to mobile jocks that “Uptown Funk” takes the top spot as numero uno 2017 floor-filler — I’m sure most hear the track playing on repeat when their head hits the pillow each night!

Here’s the top 20 most requested songs of 2017 according to DJ Event Planner:

1 Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars Uptown Funk
2 Whitney Houston
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
3 Journey Don’t Stop Believin’
4 Justin Timberlake
Can’t Stop The Feeling!
5 Walk The Moon Shut Up And Dance
6 Neil Diamond Sweet Caroline
7 Cupid Cupid Shuffle
8 Ed Sheeran Thinking Out Loud
9 Usher Yeah!
10 V.I.C. Wobble
11 DJ Casper Cha Cha Slide
12 Black Eyed Peas I Gotta Feeling
13 Pharrell Williams Happy
14 Taylor Swift Shake It Off
15 Bon Jovi Livin’ On A Prayer
16 Bruno Mars Marry You
17 Earth, Wind and Fire September
18 Bruno Mars 24k Magic
19 Van Morrison Brown Eyed Girl
20 Garth Brooks
Friends In Low Places

 

 

What do you think of the most requested songs of 2017 list? Does it jive with the requests you’ve received?  Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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