DJ Carl Michaels Presents: 10 Anthems to Take You Bopping Into the New Year

Here we are again kids: another year. I have heard some people say 2014 was a great year, some said it sucked, some were indifferent. Well, part of my job as a DJ is to make sure you have a good soundtrack to start things out on a positive note. Have fun, be safe and crank up this list of tunes that will keep you boppin’ around all night!

Check out the playlist in the videos below, or follow it on Spotify so you can play the songs straight through, here.

“A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)” by Fergie

Open up the party with this one and you’ll keep them going!

“Outside” by Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding

You’ll be seeing a lot more from this album this year. Ellie Goulding lends her voice to this dancefloor filler.

“Morning Sun (Dillon Francis Remix)” by Straight Talk

It’s New Year’s Eve! Stay up with your besties and watch the morning sun.

“Love ‘Em All” by K. Michelle

Do you ever want to feel like you’re in an episode of Love and Hip Hop? Play this as loud as you can and pretend your titties are hanging out on a boat in Miami Beach.

Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) by Kylie Minogue

Bring in the New Year with a positive message. Put your hands up if you feel the love tonight!

“Take Ü There” by Jack U feat. Kiesza

This song gets the kids hype! Keisza lends her voice to this sick track by Skrillex and Diplo, otherwise known as Jack U.

“Come With Me” by Nora En Pure

Emotional and calming to help ease you into the New Year. Play this as you are getting ready for brunch. And check out the video; it’s pretty interesting.

“Brand New Bitch” by Anjulie

Did 2014 suck for you? Well here’s your anthem!

“Too Cool To Dance (Wayne G Remix)” by Eden XO

When the bass kicks in, you’re not too cool to dance, right? Shake your ass while you bring in 2015.

“Die Young” by Ke$ha

Make fun of me all you want, I wear my Ke$ha obsession on my sleeve. Live like you’re dying!

DJ Carl Michaels can be found at Voyeur Nightclub on New Year’s Eve. More on that and other gay New Year’s Eve options, go here