Whether you’re in the club or at home, nothing gets the party started like some booty-shaking stripper songs. All you need for a good time are some bouncy beats and seductive vocals.
This page has all the best stripper songs you need for some spicy dance moves. I’ve included a mix of genres so you can find the perfect track. It has everything from clubby pop, to RnB, rock, and some older classics. It’s getting hot in here!
- 1. Booty – Jenifer Lopez ft. Iggy Azalea
- 2. Promiscuous Girl – Nelly Furtado
- 3. Dirrty – Christina Aguilera
- 4. Outrageous – Britney Spears
- 5. Girl Please – Blue Cantrell ft. Troy Cash
- 6. Work B*tch – Britney Spears
- 7. S&M – Rihanna
- 8. Hot In Here – Nelly
- 9. Milkshake – Kellis
- 10. No Diggity – Chet Faker
- 11. I luv dem strippers – 2 chainz
- 12. Hips Don’t Lie – Shakira
- 13. My Neck, My Back – Khia
- 14. Candy Shop – 50 Cent
- 15. Rude Boy – Rihanna
- 16. Perfect Gentleman – Wyclef Jean
- 17. Oh – Ciara ft. Ludacris
- 18. Tainted Love – Marilyn Manson
- 19. Ass Like That – Eminem
- 20. It’s Raining Men – The Weather Girls
- 21. Love Sex Magic – Ciara ft. Justin Timberlake
- 22. You Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate
- 23. Big Spender – Shirley Bassey
- 24. Girls Just Want To Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper
- It’s getting hot in here!
1. Booty – Jenifer Lopez ft. Iggy Azalea
The lyrics of this song are probably one of the most suitable for strippers. “Big, big booty, What you got a big booty”. This song was written in 2014 by Jenifer Lopez, Chris Brown, and a range of other co-writers. If you’re looking for a funky jam to keep you partying till the early morning, this is it.
In a recent interview, Lopez denied the myth that she insured her booty for $1 million. She also revealed that at first, she was hesitant to record the song. Although after her twins loved the catchy tune, she decided to take it to the recording studio. Even though her kids were 5 years old at the time and didn’t know they were singing a naughty word.
2. Promiscuous Girl – Nelly Furtado
This sleek number from Nelly Furtado has all the lyrics you need for a great dance. It was co-produced by Timbaland and is a celebration of female sexuality. It mixes production elements of pop, hip-hop electronica, R&B and reggaeton.
It was somewhat of a departure for Furtado, who had previously focused on folk-ness rather than flirtation. It’s got the perfect groove for a nightclub, and the singer’s message is ideal for a heart-pounding dance.
Furtado talks about her nerves before releasing this song, expressing how women are judged heavily on their actions. This song asserts her sexuality with pride.
3. Dirrty – Christina Aguilera
This seductive song by pop queen Christina Aguilera is an important track from recent pop history. This song and music video are prime examples of why the early 2000s were so fun. In Dirrty, former Disney star Christina Aguilera embraces a dirtier and more mature set of themes. In the video, she is surrounded by muscular men in cheekless chaps riding dirt bikes.
This song is one of the examples of female music stars changing direction. It demonstrates a move towards more provocative material, without alienating their teenage audience. (Or their parents who would be buying the concert tickets!)
Analyzing the lyrics and symbolic imagery of the video, we can learn that this song is more about defiance than pure sexuality. In an interview with Billboard, Aguilera expresses how the song is designed to empower young women, making them feel in control of their bodies.
“The female body is something that I think is beautiful, and it is all about how you own it, really, and not exploit it for a man’s pleasure. If you are owning your own body and your own confidence, then it becomes empowering. ”
4. Outrageous – Britney Spears
Originally written to be the theme tune of the 2004 Catwoman film, this is the perfect stripper song, sure to get everyone in the mood for a dance. Sadly, it never made it into the film, like so many of Britney’s canceled musical ventures.
It’s a classic R&B-style beat with lyrics about breaking free and expressing yourself with dance moves.
“Outrageous when I move my body / Outrageous when I’m at a party.”
Let your hair down and get loose with some groovy moves. However, be careful not to go too hard! Britney ended up in the hospital with an injured knee after filming the music video. Ouch!
5. Girl Please – Blue Cantrell ft. Troy Cash
Apparently, 2004 was a great year for stripper songs. This is the perfect song to get the party started. Put your dance shoes on!
It’s built around samples from “Bitch Please” by Snoop Dogg, spinning the original (misogynistic) tune into something more empowering for women. “Girl please, keep your man on a leash”.
It has a slightly slower tempo than other songs on this list. But it’s a hypnotic, seductive beat that takes you back to the seedy L. A party scene. It’s simple with just a bouncing drum beat and smooth piano stabs, but this song is perfect to shake your hips to.
6. Work B*tch – Britney Spears
Let me tell you a story. I was at a house party not long ago, and the music was kind of boring. So I hijacked the Bluetooth speaker and started playing this song. It really turned the vibe around and got everyone dancing. (Much to the confusion of the speaker’s owner…)
It’s a relatively more modern Britney song and was a massive hit on the club scene. It has a building tension and an upbeat tempo. The slow euphoric breakdown makes a nice change too.
The lyrics are motivational. It’s all about working hard to achieve your dreams. It tells you that anything is possible if you work for it!
7. S&M – Rihanna
“Na Na Na Come On!” The intro to this song is as iconic as the rest of the video. This S&M-themed tune is a sexy party beat with hints of darkness. It’s exciting and naughty and was inspired by Rihanna’s enjoyment of S&M.
“Sticks and stones may break my bones but chains and whips excite me!” The video is full of sexy imagery and bondage themes. It reinforces Rihanna’s domination of the pop music charts. Whether you’re deviant or more conventional, this is a perfect stripper song.
8. Hot In Here – Nelly
Strip clubs all around the globe have embraced the St. Louis-born craze that has become a staple of the industry. Nelly’s Hot in Here won a Grammy for Best Male Rap Solo Performance.
“It’s gettin’ hot in here, So take off all your clothes” is probably the most fitting lyrics for a strip club. Pharrell Williams, the lead singer of the Neptunes and a co-writer on the song, is also responsible for its infectious, upbeat rhythm.
If you need a flirtatious, bodacious song to heat the room then this is a strong choice.
9. Milkshake – Kellis
In 2003, when Kellis was still relatively unknown, her single “Milkshake” was a major smash. Even though no one is exactly clear on what she’s talking about – the lyrics are undeniably filthy.
Particularly when the room is jam-packed with raucous partiers, it’s easy to understand why Milkshake is a popular strip club song.
This is easily Kellis’ most classic stripper song and is probably one of the most recognisable songs on this list. The irresistible funkiness was co-produced by Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, a hit-making team.
10. No Diggity – Chet Faker
This is a smooth and groovy tune, which makes a great song for strippers. It’s a throwback to ’90s R&B jams, and it got a huge amount of airtime on radio stations worldwide. Faker has a wide range of influences when writing music.
This tune is a more laid-back version of the 1996 original by Blackstreet (featuring Dr Dre and Queen Pen), instead favoring a slightly slower, more mellow arrangement. Either of these tunes is ideal for strip dances.
11. I luv dem strippers – 2 chainz
The strip club version of I Luv Dem Strippers by 2 Chainz is a perennial favorite, even though it isn’t the rapper’s most well-known song. His passion for strippers is the subject of this sensual slow jam, which features a stellar performance by Nicky Minaj.
2 Chainz is clearly a fan of strippers, but he seems to be paying the price. The lyrics discuss how his girlfriend won’t answer her phone since he’s usually at the strip club.
12. Hips Don’t Lie – Shakira
The Columbian pop queen achieved widespread fame after the release of this song. Its groove and lyrics are perfect for strip dances and the club. It blends traditional Colombian musical elements with a more contemporary club beat. The results are something guaranteed to make your hips move.
The lyrics are all about female empowerment and overcoming difficulties. Shakira knows first-hand the importance of tenacity. She was rejected from joining a choir aged 10, although she didn’t let it stop her. Her powerful voice and clever songwriting have given her a successful music career.
13. My Neck, My Back – Khia
This explicit song is a classic for the strip club. The minimalist beats and provocative lyrics are ideal for heating up the atmosphere. The mixture of female gangsta rap and swingy grooves makes a fantastic grinding track for exotic dances.
Despite the dirty lyrics, it has a strong undertone of female empowerment. Released in 2002, it was ahead of its time. Khia was surprised at the huge reception. After grinding for years to make it to the top of the scene, it took her by surprise that “sex sells.”
14. Candy Shop – 50 Cent
It’s not uncommon for 50 Cent’s songs to switch between stories of the criminal underground and raunchy, club-friendly anthems. Candy Shop, a slow and sensuous jam full of double entendres, is a popular song amongst strippers.
Fiddy’s second album, The Massacre, was released in 2005. The second single, Candy Shop, was released the following year. A larger audience became aware of his work thanks in part to the popularity of Candy Shop.
15. Rude Boy – Rihanna
“Come here rude boy, boy
Can you get it up?
Come here rude boy, boy
Are you big enough?”
The iconic lyrics sung by Rihanna are underpinned by a booty-shaking bassline and beat. The song is actually about Rihanna being the dominant partner in an intimate relationship. Which is a counterpoint to the often masculine-dominated state of society.
It’s all about taking control and being in charge. In an interview, she explains that the song talks about the kind of dangerous boys that women are often drawn to. She also talks about a comedic, double entendre element about men feeling the need to prove their masculinity. Either way, this is a perfect song for stripping.
16. Perfect Gentleman – Wyclef Jean
Also great for stripping, this song is about the rapper’s experience of falling in love with a stripper. “Called up my mama, said I’m in love with a stripper, yo”. It talks about the conflicting emotions of this situation.
Strippers are often unfairly demonized by society. But in reality, being a dancer is just work like any other. The lyrics try to turn people away from these shameful feelings. “Just ‘cuz she dances go-go, It doesn’t make her a ho, no”. The takeaway message is that all women are beautiful no matter what assets they’re working with.
17. Oh – Ciara ft. Ludacris
With soft vocals over a hard beat, this is a groovy song for any type of party. It’s full of fire and passion. If you need a beat to grind to then you can’t get much better than this. It’s sophisticated but dirty.
Co-written with Ludacris, it’s got a late night, sultry feel that’s going to make you pop. Recent mother Ciara says that the tune was a hit with Jay-Z.
18. Tainted Love – Marilyn Manson
A cover of the 80’s classic by Soft Cell. This is a darker take on the classic Tainted Love tune. It takes the original synthwave style and makes it heavier and darker. Using rock/metal guitar lines and Manson’s raw, gravelly voice, this version has a renewed sense of energy.
The heavy chorus is super catchy and instantly recognizable. This is a great sing-along tune and has a dark, powerful feeling that gets any audience shaking.
19. Ass Like That – Eminem
This comes from the perspective of a guy ogling over a dancing girl. It’s a stripped-back and hypnotic beat with all the classic Eminem style. It’s bouncy and fun, with pretty funny lyrics.
Say what you will about renowned “rude boy” Eminem, but this is a great song for strippers and will mesmerize the audience with your bouncing booty. The music video is creative too and uses some custom-made puppets.
20. It’s Raining Men – The Weather Girls
This is a classic ’80s song that’s popular in strip clubs and the gay scene. It’s a funky disco groove written by the American duo The Weather Girls. I’m sure that everyone has heard this song, and most people can sing along.
It’s full of catchy vocals and old-school 80’s sounds. It’s fun and simple but makes great music for those male strippers out there. Ladies, the tables have turned!
It was originally written for disco legend Donna Summer although she rejected it after becoming a born-again Christian. Ultimately, it was her loss, as this became a massive international hit.
21. Love Sex Magic – Ciara ft. Justin Timberlake
Ciara and Justin Timberlake are both well-known for their sultry and seductive songs. “Love Sex Magic” should be on any stripper’s music playlist. This is a funky, catchy R&B pop tune with fast and slow sections. It’s smooth but also dirty. Check it out now!
22. You Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate
“I believe in miracles / Where are you from, you sexy thing?”
Starting with a classic guitar riff and high-energy soul vocals, this sexy tune is sure to turn heads. It’s an old-school disco beat but still has its place in a modern strip club.
In addition to making their partners feel wonderful, strippers should feel good about their bodies. This song is all about making you proud of your body. Released in 1975, it’s been around for a while, but that’s no problem. The frontman, Errol Brown recently spoke about how you’re never too old to be a sexy thing!
23. Big Spender – Shirley Bassey
Released in 1967, this is one of the earliest stripper-style songs released. This is truly old-school cool and was played in cabaret and burlesque clubs decades ago. It’s about a woman finding a rich man with distinction. He treats her well, so she’s happy to stick around for the ride.
24. Girls Just Want To Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper
The magic of the song is in the title! The story of the song revolves around a girl who is breaking free from rules and enjoying herself. “Some boys take a beautiful girl / And hide her away from the rest o’ the world”.
Don’t shut yourself away – let yourself be free! If this song tells us anything, it’s that everyone deserves some fun now and then!
It’s getting hot in here!
That’s the end of my list of the best songs about strippers. With these stripper songs under your belt, you’re fueled up for a fun time! Get out there and express yourself; feel powerful and beautiful!