Finding the perfect song to choreograph to can sometimes be a very tricky task. But thankfully, our queen Ariana Grande is constantly releasing dance-worthy bops. Whether from her hit albums Dangerous Woman and Sweetener, or her most recent, thank u, next, there are a ton of songs from the "God is a Woman" singer that need to be on your dance playlist STAT. Here are 10 of our favorites.
"Thank You, Next"
First up on our list is obviously Grande's newly released single, which has rightfully blown up the internet (hello memes of gold!). It's got more of a hip hop vibe to it, but we can also see contemporary moves being 👌.
"Side to Side"
Easily one of Ariana's most popular songs, "Side to Side" is a choreography classic.
This song from "Sweetener" was made to be paired with some killer contemporary choreography. The best part to dance to: when the beat drops in the second chorus.
"No Tears Left to Cry"
Yet another song from "Sweetener" that's best when used for choreographing killer group numbers or duets.
Ariana, we're into you and we're 100% into this song.
On a day when you're really feeling yourself, this song is the way to go.
"God is a Woman"
One word: ICONIC.
"Let Me Love You"
No worries, we already love you Ariana, and we love this song, too.
This bop makes for a really cool hip-hop group number.
We may have 99 problems, but thanks to this song, finding the right tune to choreograph to isn't one of them.
If Jennifer Lopez is a great dancer, and you are Jennifer Lopez's fiancé, is there some kind of transitive property that means you are at least a pretty good dancer? Does her dance fabulosity, like, osmose into you?
"The Tonight Show" just showed us that the answer to both those questions is, unfortunately, a hard no. But bless Alex Rodriguez, betrothed of J.Lo, for trying.
At 17, commercial standout Natalie Bebko ("Nat Bat") has already accomplished more in her career than most adults: She was an assistant choreographer for the 2016 BET Awards and has worked with tons of music greats, including Trey Songz, Flo-Rida, Sia, Mila J, and Big Sean. She trains with immaBEAST dance company and consistently breaks the internet by slaying in class videos. Catch her on Instagram, where she has a casual half a million followers, and read on for The Dirt!
We're officially declaring April the month of Beyoncé. Not only did she gift us the greatness that is her Homecoming documentary, but she followed it up with the #BeforeILetGoChallenge, the newest viral dance craze to sweep the world wide web.