As time has progressed, house music has become a formidable genre in the music scene, drawing in more and more fans. The genre borrows a lot from electronic music with slight elements of electro pop and dance pop. Its origin is Chicago in 1980, s where it was first introduced by club DJs and some producers.
There many styles of house music today among them Acid house, afro house, bassline house, Chicago house, disco house, future house among many others. For lovers of house, these are the songs for you this year and they are the best that will keep you entertained as we await a new year. Here we round up the biggest House tunes of the year and the top 10 best house songs of 2018 are.
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10. Hazers – Changes
Hazers are a relatively young electronic duo that made their debut into the house and electronic music scene in 2017. Despite their inexperience, Hazers have made a mark in the house music scene, surpassing some tough competitors. Changes is their debut single and with catchy, repetitive lyrics and its chorus has introspective lyrics The fact that this duo has managed to make a splash in the house scene, with limited publicity and few fans is truly remarkable.at the time of viewing the best house song had 426,642 views on YouTube.
9. Robin Schulz ft. James Blunt – OK
German DJ Robin Schulz released OK in May 2017. The song is his second single off his upcoming album. The song is primarily deep house and features James Blunt who is a British song-writer. The song has been making appearances in dance charts internationally. The three minute record takes dance music lovers through a bubbly cruise, encountering pianos and splashes of synths. James Blunt’s vocals are of course the icing on the cake, with his passionate, silky vocals that constantly pose the question whether things are really going to be “OK”. The most popular house song of 2018 has a staggering 57 million views.
8. Galantis – True Feeling
Written by Candy Shields, True Feeling is a fusion of pop, dance and EDM. It was recorded by Swedish pop duo and was released via Atlantic Records on July 2017. Their record was warmly received by critics who praised their “embrace of warm pads, soaring vocals and percussion that skate between pop and dance”. Another critic stated that True Feeling “draws one in from the first note” and that the lyrics “pair well with the steady build of the production, breaking into a light hearted drop”. Yet another critic dubbed the song “bouncy’ and “a vocal-driven melody” and EDM at its finest. The song did relatively well on the US Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, peaking at number 25. The latest house song’s video garnered 2.4 million views on YouTube.
7. Ofenbach – Be Mine
French duo Ofenbach consists of Dorian Lo and Cesar de Rummel who are based in Paris. The two are known for their many remixes of songs from artists such as James Bay, Bob Sinclair and Hyphen Hyphen. Their music is deep house and dance-pop. The duo achieved success after releasing Be Mine which was certified gold and which peaked on the Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay at number 35. Be Mine is a deep house and dance-pop track that is very popular in the house music scene.
6. Disciples – On My Mind
The top house song Disciples are a production trio from England who specialize in house and deep house. The Disciples consist of Gavin, Koolmon, Vincent Duvall and Luke McDermott that is based in London. This trio have worked with Calvin Harris and David Guetta. On My Mind was released by the trio on the 7th February 2017. It peaked at number 15 on the UK Singles Chart. The video has an impressive 13 million views.
5. Radistai DJs and Beatrich – Good Things
Beatrich is a dance/pop/electronic artist with several hits under her belt such as Back To, I Need The Beat and Don’t Let Me Go. She teamed up with award-winning group, Radistai Djs who are an electronic, house duo, to create Good Things. Good Things is a house/electronic song. Its video has managed to garner 1.6 million views.
4. Cash Cash – All my Love
Cash Cash is an electronic music group who are New Jersey natives. The group consists of 3 DJs, two of whom are brothers, Jean Makhlouf and Alex Makhlouf and Samuel Frisch. Signed to Atlantic Records and Big Beat Records, the group mixes and masters all their music together. Their biggest song is Take Me Home, which features BeBe Rexha. The next single that the group released was Lightning and it had vocals from a member of the Goo Goo Dolls. The group specializes in EDM and pop. The group used a traditional band setup and uses guitars, keyboards, drums, bass guitar and electronics. The group uses Steinberg’s Cubase as their workstation. All My Love is a dance and electronic track that features singer Conor Maynard. The most popular house music song has a deep house feel.
3. James Hype – More than Friends
James Hype is a house/electronic artist that is relatively new to the scene. The song More Than Friends features Kelli Leigh and is a house/dance/electronic record. The song achieved moderate success. Its music video has garnered 779,000 views on YouTube.
2. Burak Yeter – Tuesday
This song is recorded by Dutch producer Burak Yeter, and features vocals from Danielle Sandoval. The song has a cover of Tuesday by American artist ILoveMakonnen. The track is a deep house, dance record that is four minutes long. The song was certified gold and platinum in many countries such as Germany, France, Poland and Switzerland.
1. Skrillex –Would you Ever
The best house songs of 2018 so far Pairing up with Justin Bieber’s song -writer is a great move on Skrillex’ part. Poo Bear on the hand has never had a single before this so Would You Ever is his debut. Poo Bear is a R&B artist but switches to deep house quickly on this track. The house also has EDM and funk influences. The song has a staggering 9.8 million views on YouTube which shows how good the track was.
So get to enjoy our playlist of the top 10 best house songs. House music has today firmly established genre more than it was a decade ago. We have also witnessed many R&B artists and hip hop tuning to house at some point in their careers. .