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Las Vegas Most Overplayed Strip Club Songs

April 20, 2022  |   6:00 pm

Guys visit striptease bars because they enjoy looking at the ladies dancing. It doesn’t take much for a girl to get a man’s engine revved. Provocative clothes will do the trick, and mixing them with a great pair of shoes can boost the overall appearance. But the crucial component to work up the crowd’s appetite is dancing. And you can’t dance without an attractive strip club song!

It’s why we’ve designed a list of five songs you’ll often find at strip club playlists. If you plan on visiting these bars, check out the frequent soundtracks below!

Hot In Here – Nelly

Nelly released this single in 2022, and the tune immediately made it into striptease bars. The rapper even recorded the video for the song in a dance club. The video features Carmelo Anthony, Julius Peppers, and Cedric the Entertainer.

From the moment you hear the tune, you realize why Hot in Here is a popular strip club song. The lyrics speak about the steaming atmosphere and taking clothes off. It’s the perfect fit for performers’ acts in striptease bars.

Candy Shop – 50 Cent

Although Candy shop is on the 50 Cent album, the song also features Olivia. It was a huge hit when it appeared in 2005 and ended as eighth on the US Billboard Hot 100 that year.

50 Cent doesn’t hide his idea was to make the song sexual. He wrote in from a male’s perspective while keeping the fine line between provocative and vulgar. Today, you’ll often hear a strip club mix featuring Candy Shop and girls performing to this tune.

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West Coast – Lana Del Rey

Many describe it as a rock ballad, but West Coast has a catchy tune ideal for dancing. Lana Del Rey wrote it with the famous songwriter Rick Nowels.

If you visit a strip club in Las Vegas, the odds are this song will be on the playlist. It’s no wonder since it speaks about people having fun on the West Coast.

Pour It Up – Rihanna

A song that speaks about dollar bills and a stripper going up and down the pole is an expected choice for strip club music. Rihanna released the song in January 2013 and soon reached the sixth position on US Hot R&B and Hip-Hop Songs.

The Pour It Up video is nothing short of provocative. Rihanna stars as a stripper that grinds around a golden throne. It makes you want to pay for a two-of-a-kind package or any other deal that involves that experience.

You Shook Me All Night Long – AC/DC

Nothing says “sexy” quite like the vivid imagery painted by the lyrics of this 80’s ode to the greatest nightstand a guy could have with a girl. With songs like this, it’s easy to get caught up in the memory of it all, until halfway through and the nostalgia-high wears off…

You’d probably be just as well-served to play “Cherry Pie” or “American Woman”, but we’d like to think you know better.

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Closer – Nine Inch Nails

The ’90s just wouldn’t have been the same without the haunting vocals of Trent Reznor, nor the rest of the collective talent from Nine Inch Nails. Since the release of “The Downward Spiral” album in 1994, this masterpiece of creep-anthems has been a mainstay in the world of G-strings and bottle service.

It’s certainly not the worst song you could pick, but (as with the other options on this list) it’s certainly had its fair share of playtime in Las Vegas strip clubs for the last 20+ years.

Pour Some Sugar On Me – Def Leppard

Part of any self-respecting person at a strip club has to be asking, “Why would anyone pick this?”. But we can’t deny that the song has obvious, if not blatant sex appeal. But what the song boasts in applicable merit, it severely suffers (more so than any other song on this list) from a serious case of being overplayed. Do yourself a favor and pick anything but this one!

Shake That – Eminem and Nate Dogg

The full song’s name makes it clear why striptease bars rarely leave it out of their playlists. Shake That has been nominated for the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration at Grammy Awards in 2007, which shows the song had fantastic success.

Nate Dogg is an excellent guest star, while Eminem made the lyrics as sexual as possible. It speaks about popping champagne and a girl that dances around a pole that makes him lose control. That makes you wish to find a way to get to the nearest strip club right away.

Palomino offers a free transportation service that will get you from most downtown and strip hotels to our club at no extra cost. And hearing this tune gets everyone in the bar moving while ensuring the performers have the perfect music track to provide the guests a memorable experience!