Last week we offered you a playlist with music to run with the great successes of the 90s, which for many was the music of our adolescence. This week we continue our review of greatest hits of recent years with the great songs that accompanied us in the 2000s: the golden age of fresh pop and eurodance.
Raise your hand who has not danced in the middle of the party night to the rhythm of Where is the love?, the first hit of the Black Eyed Peas, or who has not sung shouting bare the Disenchantée Kate Ryan at the disco. The 2000s had a great role of women in front of pop music, leaving us great records of Lady Gaga, Beyoncé and Rihanna, among others. Eurodance and trance also lived their best years, with the mythical « little songs » that we all remember.
There are so many issues that we remember from that time that we have come a little higher, and this time we leave you a playlist almost two and a half hours long, perfect for the long run if you are training a marathon.
The songs of this era are ideal to give us that adrenaline rush that we need when we are in the race and the ideal is to use them for it, but not to keep up with it when we are running: bpm (beats per minute or beats per minute) more typical of dance songs is usually between 126 and 130, thus being far from those desired 180 bpm that promise us to improve in the race.
If what you are looking for is a playlist to get those craved 180 steps per minute, one for each beat of the song, we leave you here another selection of songs ideal to carry that rhythm, with short strides but with a greater frequency.
Running music: previous playlists
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