From Dancing Queen to Bohemian Rhapsody, we give you the top karaoke songs of all time! At Lucky Voice, we've been living, breathing and — most importantly — singing karaoke for more than 14 years. Over the course of that 14 year love affair with the great Japanese pass time, we've sung a lot of karaoke So when it comes to picking the top karaoke songs of all time, trust us when we say we haven't chosen lightly, oh no, we've been going full Karaokey Balboa — doing karaoke sit ups, running up and down karaoke flights of stairs with our arms spread wide and chasing karaoke chickens to trim all the songs in the known universe down to a slim, trim, Apollo-Creed-beating top ! And to help you shadow box your way through your next karaoke session like a seasoned pro, we've even broken things down in to handy categories — to paraphrase another great man with rock in his title, "What can we say except you're welcome?
Let It Go - Frozen. Happy - Pharrell Williams. Uptown Funk - Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars. Shake It Off - Taylor Swift.
Beyoncé, "Dangerously In Love"
Pros may use karaoke to show off their Broadway-ready belting voices or polish their Kate Bush impersonations. But most of us just want to find a song in that enormous book that won't completely embarrass us. Behold, 25 karaoke songs that are actually kind of hard to fuck up, thanks to lots of shouts, chants, talk-singing, and easy-to-hit notes. Don't worry, these will get the crowd on their feet. Why: This is possibly the most perfect karaoke song in existence. It's easy to sing, but has all the drama of a traditional showstopper. Even Harry Styles can't resist. Why: A song that's meant to be sung with a bunch of people will ease any discomfort, and you can just wail through most of it. Why: "Stay" is mostly just talk-singing, and everyone loves Lisa, so you're golden. Why: This is slow enough that you can learn the lyrics as you go, and has just the right amount of attitude.
I've sung the praises of karaoke before , but I'll do it again. Gripping the microphone and singing your heart out while standing either in front of or alongside your probably drunk friends and strangers is like no other feeling. But if the thought of taking the stage to sing karaoke terrifies you, that's normal — that's why karaoke is usually combined with drinking. Choosing a fun karaoke song is a difficult task. A good karaoke pick is one that can easily transfer from solo to group number, and clocks in under five minutes, except in extremely special circumstances. But if you need more help determining your next karaoke move, I have plenty of suggestions for how to some rollicking — or at the very least effective — drunken karaoke. If you grew up during the peak of '90s FM radio with even just one friend and say you don't immediately identify with either Brandy or Monica, you're a damn liar. Besides providing pure joy , this song has a message , guys! I feel empowered!