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Songs for Lovemaking…

February 15, 2011

Valentines Day is an optimal day for music. Whether you’re cooking dinner, dining out or hitting the sheets, musical accompaniment for you and that special someone is key to an unforgettable evening.

Of course, we here at Hot Hot Music are sympathetic to those celebrating single’s awareness day.

There's only one power in this universe greater than music and that is love.

Fortunately for the love birds, we have a plethora of genres just a click and download away, which can leave you a bit scatterbrained when the time is right. So for V-Day 2011, I have compiled a brief list of love-making songs to fit your moods and personalities.

After all, we’re not called “Hot Hot Music” for nothing…

Rock: “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” –Aerosmith (1998)

If you were anywhere over fifteen years old when this hit dropped in ’98, you will never forget it. This power-ballad, originally penned for the “Armageddon” soundtrack, became one of the band’s biggest hits at a time late in their careers. Cheesy, yes, if used in the right context. However you can’t deny the raw emotion in this song…

R&B: “All My Life” –K-Ci and JoJo (1998)

If you went to middle-school, junior high or high school in the late nineties, I guarantee this song was the background music to your surely hilarious slow-dance flashbacks. On a serious note, this song boldly defines the careers of these two popular R&B singers, whose library pales when compared to this smash-hit. The chorus alone is arguably the catchiest in R&B history and one that will always get the message across without your own words.

Soul: “Let’s Get It On” –Marvin Gaye (1973)

Most people will probably defer to this tune as the ultimate love-making song of all-time. They’re probably right too. The lyrics belong amongst the most genuine and soulful expressions of sexual emotion available to your ears. Right from the onset, you’re touching the guiltiest of anticipations…  I’ve been really tryin’ baby/Tryin’ to hold back this feeling for so long. With this song, Gaye not only set the bar for soul and R&B singers to follow him, he helped entice your woman into the bedroom for a listening session.

Rap/Hip-Hop: “What’s Your Fantasy” –Ludacris (2000)

In 2000, Atlanta-based rapper Ludacris was on top of the rap world. His first single off Back for the First Time proved to be one of his wittiest, funkiest grooves of his career. Never before have so many fantasies been crammed into one flowing waterfall of sexual ambitions. We can do it in the white house/Tryna make them turn the lights out/Champagne with my campaign/let me do the damn thing/What’s my name, what’s my name, what’s my name. Even at 11 years old, this song still sounds as fresh and tempting as ever, putting us in fantasies that will endure the test of time.

Reggae: “Stir It Up” –Bob Marley (1967)

This song, which while penned by Marley, was actually made globally popular by American pop singer Johnny Nash. However, there’s no denying the heart in Marley’s classic, which is one of the funnest and smoothest analogies for cooking in all of songwriting. Quench me when I’m thirsty/come on and cool me down baby/when I’m hot (ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh)/Your recipe is darlin’/is so tasty/when you show and stir your pot. Marley’s backing band, The Wailers, sets the tone for not only a reggae classic, but a love-making classic, while of course Marley teaches us that love is the ultimate power of this universe.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Rocket Mike permalink
    May 20, 2011 3:16 am

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