As summer gives way to fall, a survey of the top workout tracks finds pop tunes giving way to more eclectic cuts. In the pop camp, you’ll find DJ Khaled teaming up with three of his four collaborators from last summer’s hit “I’m the One.” Similarly, you’ll find another club hit from David Guetta and an uptempo tune from festival favorite Marshmello. In the crossover camp, there’s an ode to Tinseltown pairing Gorillaz with Snoop Dogg.
Beyond the charts, you’ll find efforts like Readership’s cover of a Go-Go’s classic and a solo track from The Strokes’ Albert Hammond, Jr. Additionally, the list is rounded out with a new single from the forthcoming Twenty One Pilots album and “Heart Afire” from a supergroup including members of Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill. Given the wide variety of tracks getting love in the gym this month, there should be something here that fits in the context of your personal mix. To consider the offerings, you can find the entire top 10 below—according to the votes logged on the workout music site Run Hundred.
DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Quavo & Chance The Rapper – No Brainer – 103 BPM
Marshmello – Rooftops – 142 BPM
David Guetta – Your Love – 125 BPM
Albert Hammond, Jr – Far Away Truths – 162 BPM
6ix9ine, Nicki Minaj & Murda Beatz – FEFE – 126 BPM
Readership – Vacation – 169 BPM
Twenty One Pilots – Jumpsuit – 128 BPM
Brynn Elliott & Kat Krazy – Might Not Like Me – 122 BPM
Prophets Of Rage – Heart Afire – 132 BPM
Gorillaz, Snoop Dogg & Jamie Principle – Hollywood – 104 BPM
To find more workout songs, folks can check out the free database at Run Hundred. Visitors can browse song selections there by genre, tempo and era to find the music that best fits their particular workout routines.
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