Best stripper songs to give a lap dance too


Here’s my Top 5 best stripper songs to give a lapdance too.  A stripper song is a piece of music which is either instantly associated with the art of lap-dancing, or has so many booty shaking references in it’s lyrics/music video/ title – or a combination of all three.  They may not be the sexiest songs, sound wise, but they will make you take your clothes off.

The classic stripper song is naturally this brass-filled joy from David Rose in 1957;

However, in reality, this is often played at the end of the night as the final song, or perhaps as the backing music when a promotional offer is on.  I’ve given out branded items, such as DVD’s or baseball caps, in the past, to scores of lucky guys.  If the stripclub offers a stag party stage show, this is the tune that they’ll play as the poor man gets dragged up on stage to be whipped, pummelled and humiliated by several blood-thirty strippers.  It’s the official Spearmint Rhino song for promos and stag parties, but the next song is famed for being Peter Stringfellow’s free dance tune of choice;

If you venture into Stringfellows around midnight and this baby from Motley Crue starts up, grab a seat quick – it’s topless teaser time!  The video is filled with gyrating exotic dancers on poles, the lyrics and title “Girls, Girls, Girls”, are pretty self explanatory, and so simple that even the most drunken hillbilly can sing along to them.  It’s also a short song, at barely over four minutes, which is great news for a strip club, as the average stripclub DJ will try and keep songs around the three and a half to four (ish) mark if possible.  Thats why that twenty pound went so quickly guys!!!

This best stripper songs took over stripclubs all over the world when it came out a few years back.  “My girlfriend is a dancer – Titty dancer” by Dan Diamond – a punchy house music tune with a beat to grind to. It was the exotic dancers Marmite – you either loved it or hated it.  The lyrics rang true – we lie, we go on stage like a porn star, we count our money when we are on the phone – but giving head frequently? We don’t do that in VIP!  Or do we…..?


If you hear this song come on whilst you are in a gentleman’s club, take a look at the surrounding lapdancer’s faces – some will be pulling faces, suddenly coming over like affronted feminists.  Others will be laughing and singing along like demented teenagers, banging their heels in time to the beat and jiggling their own big titties to the chorus line of “she’s a dancer…a titty dancer”.

A more heartfelt song of yearning for a lapdancer is T-Pain’s “I’m in love with a stripper”.  If the girls are having a bad night, this is a great song to hear, as it makes a woman feel really good – it goes on about how beautiful she is, her fantastic ‘popping and locking skillz’ (that’s dancing skills sweethearts if you are from this side of the pond), and of course, it’s a LOVE SONG FOR A STRIPPER.  Thereby proving that love is possible even for women who display themselves for money in the more vanilla side of the sex industry.

To finish off my best stripper songs – geddit!?! “You can leave your hat on” by Joe Cocker.  Actually, this would make a great song to start a routine too, as everyone finds it funny after it was used in that miners movie, “The Full Monty”.

Well that’s my list of best stripper themed songs to give a lapdance too.  As regular readers will have noted, I’ve attempted to put the accompanying you tube videos on this post.  This is my first try in two years of writing this blog, so if they don’t work, please tell me and I’m deeply sorry.  If you really want to hear them, start frequenting stripclubs more often – they’ll get played, I promise.  Another post is planned for great songs to strip too – I’ve got a few dancing favourites, what are yours?

Having a slow night or doing the daytime shift?  Here’s my favourite songs to give a stripper show when it’s quiet at the club.

Check out this post for great songs to give a lapdance or stageshow to….  Have I missed your best stripper songs ? Please tell me your favourite in the comments.

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Sassy by name, Sassy by nature, I write to explode the myths which surround the lapdancing profession - standing up for the clubs, the girls and the customers. Its not always drinking champagne and playing with my tits - it can be hassle, hustling and hangovers. At heart I'm just a regular twenty-something posh cockney living in London who likes taking her clothes off...

  • Alan Robinson#1

    December 15, 2011

    “Lady in Red” is a bit older but it was a big hit for years especially in clubs that required that the third song be slow, and often in Canada on a blanket or rug.

    A long time ago (late 1990’s through 2002) a lot of strippers danced to a band that sounded like a mix of techno and gregorian chants. It was sexiest music I have heard at that time and still is. Trying to remember the band’s name but I would bet an older DJ would remember.

  • Alan Robinson#2

    December 15, 2011

    Just found the song. It was “Principles of Lust” by Enigma.

    I know it is too long for most clubs
    Here is Invisible Love.
    I think someone who is an accomplished pole dancer could use this to their advantage.

    Here is the wikipedia page that should explain why the music should be familiar even if the band is not.

  • sassy#4

    December 16, 2011

    An old favourite! I used to love that Enigma song. It was ‘owned’ at a club I worked at once by one of the feature dancers – she did a great stage show to it – lots of slow turns during a really spectacular pole routine. Good times…

  • Anonymous#5

    March 11, 2012

    theres a rat in the kitchen by UB40

    working 9-5

    walk on the wild side


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