If you don’t immediately find yourself under the mistletoe with Karen from accounting, then your volume knob isn’t turned up high enough. Or maybe the ladies aren’t digging the hard rock jams. That’s why you need to flip the script and dive back into the 90s with something that all the ladies love, and show off your yuletide dance moves to New Kids on the Block and “Funky Funky Christmas.”
Santa Claus may be flying around to deliver the toys to all the good little boys and girls, but you’re bringing the jams that are getting everyone naughty. Freaky naughty. So don’t stop now! You’ve come too far and this party needs you to keep everyone high on the holidays. That’s why it’s time for Snoop Dogg’s “A Pimp’s Christmas.”
If you’re not getting a contact high from these holiday fumes, then you’re just a big, old Grinch. But now it’s time to get things pumping again and break the dance floor wide open. Now Dasher! Now, Dancer! Now, Prancer and Vixen! On, Comet! On, Cupid! On Donner and Blitzen! And on Quad City DJs with “What You Want for Christmas”!
Hold up! You don’t want to wear everyone out just yet. You see, the key to the party is playing good music and still leaving time for everyone to mingle and spread the joy. You’re not going to get your parents back together if you keep blasting cheesy 90s party rap, so you need to bust out the secret weapon – Hall and Oates, one of the greatest musical groups of all-time, with their version of “Jingle Bell Rock.”
I want more like this!
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