Top 30: Songs To Make Love To

Top 30: Songs To Make Love To
10. Jeremih – Fuck U All The Time (Shlohmo Remix)

Breaking open the top ten is yet another track that simply cannot be questioned on its intentions. The original by Jeremih has been twerked by golden boy producer Shlohmo into an obscenely sensuous tune.

9. Chet Faker – I’m Into You

Yet another recently globally popular musician comes up at number 9, Australia’s Chet Faker. Again, this song is straight to the point and down and sexy. “The shit we do could warm up the sun.”

8. fLako – Lonely Town 

You can hardly be lonely listening to this song with a lover. Dropping fLako’s “Lonely Town” will certainly lead to passionate copulation simply due to the sensuousness of the instrumental and vocals.

7. D’Angelo – Untitled  (How Does It Feel)

Any sexy music list should include R&B from D’Angelo, and probably the track “Untitled (How Does It Feel)”. This will create an insane amount moisture near the loins of pretty much any warm blooded human female. This song is definitely for the ladies and is a great addition to a steamy romance playlist.

6. Tricky – Overcome

Honestly the genre of trip hop seems to have been made to enhance sexual encounters. One of the top performers is of course Tricky, and his song Overcome is insanely carnal in both instrumentation and lyrics (also known from Massive Attack’s Karma Coma). Just listen and you will understand.

5. Flying Lotus – Tea Leaf Dancers

Probably Flying Lotus’ sexiest beat is “Tea Leaf Dancers” featuring Andreya Triana on vocals. The infectious beat will move through your body and work up a fervent lust in your loins that can be satisfied while listening to the track on repeat.

4. Isley Brothers – Between The Sheets

“Between the Sheets” is exactly the best place to listen to this Isley Brothers’ classic track. In fact, you don’t even really need sheets at all. Just feel the heat from another body and “love all night long” like the lyrics say.

Kamir Hiam (USA) has been obsessed with hip hop culture since discovering rap as a child in the mid 90s. As curator of The Find's Stay Thirsty podcast, he is an obsessive crate digger, always looking for more dope music. Other hobbies include travel, reading, fitness, and science.