10 Best Clean Up Songs
The entire house cleaning is therapeutic if you can enjoy the chore. What could be better than indulging in dusting your upholstery and vacuuming your carpets while listening to your favorite song?
It is estimated that we spend almost three and a half years of our lives cleaning and performing domestic tasks.
If you want your cleaning chore to become a fun activity, keep these tracks in the song list.
'Crazy in Love' by Beyonce
"Crazy in Love" is a song by American singer Beyoncé featuring American rapper Jay-Z from Beyoncé's debut solo studio album Dangerously in Love (2003).
'No Diggity' by Backstreet
"No Diggity" is a 1996 song released by American R&B group Blackstreet as the first single for their second studio album "Another Level", featuring Dr. Dre.
'Rock Your Body' by Justin Timberlake
"Rock Your Body" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake for his debut studio album, Justified (2002).
'Just Dance' by Lady Gaga
"Just Dance" is the debut single by American singer Lady Gaga. She co-wrote the song with Akon and its producer RedOne in 2008.
'American Boy' by Estelle
"American Boy" is a song recorded by British rapper and singer Estelle for her second studio album Shine (2008). It features vocals from American rapper Kanye West in 2008.
'I Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor' by Arctic Monkeys
"I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" is a song by English rock band Arctic Monkeys released back in 2005.
'Call Me Maybe' by Carly Rae Jepson
“Call Me Maybe" is a song recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen for her EP Curiosity (2012).
'Party in The USA' by Miley Cyrus
"Party in the U.S.A." is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus for her first extended play (EP) The Time of Our Lives (2009).
'Uptown Funk' by Bruno Mars
"Uptown Funk" is a song recorded by British record producer Mark Ronson featuring American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars released back in 2004.
'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun' by Cyndi Lauper
"Girls Just Want to Have Fun" is a song written and first recorded in 1979 by American musician Robert Hazard. It is better known as a single by American singer Cyndi Lauper.