There is not much time when New Year will arrive, people are busy in their preparation, while you were busy in making your stuff, and in this article we have compiled top rated best New Year 2019 party songs lists-download now!! For you.
List of top rated best New Year 2019 party songs
“New Year’s Resolution” by Camera Obscura
Tired of Belle & Sebastian, but still looking for something Scottish and twee? Well, look no further than 4AD’s Camera Obscure, who’ve released five lovely albums of indie pop with names like Let’s Get out of This Country and Underachievers Please Try Harder, and this 2013 tune from Desire Lines.
“My Dear Acquaintance (Happy New Year)” by Regina Spektor
Classically trained Russian pianist and professional eccentric Regina Spector hangs with the Strokes, has performed at the White House for President Obama and, according to Tom Petty, is one of the most talented musicians alive. Here she makes a gorgeous Peggy Lee classic even more gorgeous.
“Happy New Year” by The McGuire Sisters
Fun fact: Phyllis, Christine and Dorothy McGuire became massive song and dance stars in the ‘40s with multiple million-selling records, but they permanently retired from public performance in 1968 when Phyllis’s rumoured-relationship with famed mobster Sam Giancana got them blacklisted. Luckily, they managed to release this tune in 1957 first.
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“New Year’s Eve” by Tom Waits
Sounding exactly how you would expect a Tom Waits New Year’s Eve song to sound, this one even incorporates “Auld Lang Syne” into the chorus. Waits has said the song was incredibly long but had to be cut down to “a pony. That’s an alcoholic term for a small bottle.” Classic Tom!
“Let’s Start the New Year Right” by Bing Crosby
Bing Crosby—Mr. Holiday himself—sang this Irving Berlin-penned tune in the 1942 film Holiday Inn, co-starring Marjorie Reynolds and his pal Fred Astaire. The film also contained the Academy Award-winning “White Christmas,” for which this song was the b-side to when it was released on vinyl in 78 RPM (RIP).
“Gonna Make it Through This Year” by Great Lake Swimmers
Americana for people who hate Americana is a good way to describe Tony Dekker’s Great Lake Swimmers. The ironic part about that, though, is that the decade–running pastoral band is from Ontario, Canada, and yet here they are showing us the best part of our great country.
“Funky New Year” by The Eagle
A non-album nugget that from the L.A.’s 1970s lords of white-funk, this song was the b-side of the band’s “Please Come Home For Christmas.” The band recorded both seasonal tunes during the two-year sessions for their commercially successful 1979 album The Long Run.
“Bringing In A Brand New Year” by Charles Brown
Texas-blues man and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Tony “Charles” Brown was an apprentice electrician, a high school chemistry teacher and a mustard gas worker in the 1940s before he got discovered. This is just one of his numerous holiday songs—and over 100 singles on a variety of labels—from a ridiculously prolific career both as a solo artist and a member of the Three Blazers.
“New Year’s Resolution” by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas
Looking to replicate the success of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell (and Kim Weston and more), Stax Records combined two of their biggest stars to knock an album together. The result, 1967’s minor soul classic King & Queen, was recorded in six days with Thomas and Redding backed by Isaac Hayes and Booker T & the MGs. The LP helped turn Redding into a major star a year before his tragic plane crash.
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Despacito ft. Justin Bieber
A song that can make anyone dance to its beat is Despacito. If you want to start your party with a bang, then give this song a try right away!
Swag Se Swagat Song | Tiger Zinda Hai
Add a little ‘swag’ while welcoming the new year. From the movie Tiger Zinda Hai, this peppy song is enough to enhance a dull moment.
Mi Gente – J Balvin, Willy William
This song, recorded by Colombian singer J Balvin and French singer and producer Willy William, created quite a buzz on social media. Though, sung in a different language the beats of this track are enough to make you groove!
Suit Suit Guru – Randhawa Feat. Arjun
No party is complete without a touch of Punjabi music and that is exactly why this song is a must-add in your playlist. A peppy beat and easy to pick Punjabi lyrics, this track is sure to motivate all the dancers to break a leg!
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Main Tera Boyfriend Song – Raabta
Give your party playlist an instant kick by adding this quirky song. From the movie Raabta, it’s sure to make even a non-dancer jump to the dance floor.
No Lie ft. Dua Lipa – Sean Paul
This track has a steady tune that forces one to sway along with the song. Give it a try and decide whether it matches your party mood or not.
Naah – Harrdy Sandhu Feat. Nora Fatehi
Last but not the least, this song has both catchy beats and quirky lyrics. Enjoy the track and dance along!
Chalti Hai Kya 9 Se 12 Full Song – Judwaa 2
Need a track to up your party mood? This track sung by Dev Negi and Neha Kakkar and music by Sandeep Shirodkar (feat: Anu Malik) is sure to add that ‘oomph’ to your party.
Cheap Thrills – Sia
A beat that will force you to groove is Sia’s Cheap Thrills. Though the song was released in 2016, it is a must-add in your party playlist. Not only are the beats catchy, but the song has a different ring to it.
“New Year’s Eve” (Empty Minds Edit) by MØ
Not many artists can say that they’ve gotten to perform for an audience of Nobel Peace Prize nominees. And even fewer can say that they’ve sung a song about New Year’s Eve to said nominees.
“New Year’s Day” by Act As If
When people think of New Year’s tunes, U2’s anthemic 1983 original version comes up before this one. The group does a complete overhaul of the very recognizable tune, which is about more than just partying—the lyrics were inspired by the Polish Solidarity movement, and the bassline accidentally written while Adam Clayton was trying to learn the chords to Visage’s “Fade to Grey.”