2016's top sexy jams for sexy times

Music 22/12/2016
What’s the highest month for births in this country? September. You know what that means? It means there’s a whole lot of sex happening nine months prior…

Over Christmas and New Years.

That’s now. Right now. Ayyyye. Mate. Get to it.


But first make sure you’ve got the sexy jams on lock.

In the spirit of Christmas and giving (bahaha, giving, see what we did there), a bunch of music streaming services have revealed the tunes that feature the most often on people's sex playlists, the singers that are all round sexy time winners, and also the voices you should probably avoid.

We just had to share this info with you all, cause you know music lubes us up like nothing else. 


It was Billboard who teamed up with streaming service Deezer and sex expert Tracey Cox to explain the science behind why music gets us all in the mood.

“Music is a powerful, potent aphrodisiac,” said Cox. “Listening to music causes our brain to flood with dopamine, the pleasure hormone. The same thing happens when we’re getting intimate, so it effectively puts our bodies ‘in the mood.'”

“Physiologically, people’s bodies love deep bass sounds, which, if loud enough, also produces vibration and make it powerfully arousing,”

The research also found that Saturday night from 8 pm until 10 pm was the most popular time for people to hit the sheets.

Makes sense? Sweet. Music time.

First up, the top sex songs of 2016 according to Spotify

1. “Sex With Me” – Rihanna
2. “Birthday Sex” - Jeremih
3. “Ride” - SoMo
4. “Earned It” – The Weeknd
5. “Slow Motion” – Trey Songz
6. “Often” – The Weeknd
7. “SEX” - Cheat Codes x Kris Kross Amsterdam
8. “Neighbours Know My Name” – Trey Songz
9. “All The Time” – Jeremih
10. “Ginuwine” - Pony

The tops sex songs according to Deezer…
1. “Let’s Get It On” – Marvin Gaye
2. “Love to Love You Baby” – Donna Summer
3. “Skin” – Rihanna
4. “Drunk in Love” – Beyoncé
5. “Sexy Back” – Justin Timberlake
6. “Love Me Like You Do” – Ellie Goulding
7. “Lollipop” – Lil Wayne
8. “Need You Tonight” – INXS
9. “Magic” – Coldplay
10. “Intro” – The XX
Next, the artists who get the bedroom party started…
1. Marvin Gaye (27%)
2. Lionel Richie (18%)
3. Luther Vandross (16%)
4. John Legend (13%)
5. Usher (12%)
6. Frank Sinatra (12%)
7. Michael Bublé (11%)
8. R. Kelly (11%)
9. Bruno Mars (9%)
10. Rihanna (9%)

These next 10 artists, have been named and shamed as the ultimate mood killers.  

1. Kanye West
2. Justin Bieber
3. 50 Cent
4. Eminem
5. Jay-Z
6. Iggy Azalea
7. Lady Gaga
8. McFly
9. Skepta
10. System of a Down

Sorry about it Yeezy. 

And doesn't sound like anybody is going down to Fiddy's Candyshop.

So. After all this research, we thought we'd do an ask around the George office and see what came up the most on George sex playlists...

1. "Gravity" - John Mayer
2. "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" - D'Angelo
3. The entire Coexist album - The xx
"Say My Name" - Odesza 
5. "Melt" - Chet Faker
6. "Hands Around My Throat" - Death in Vegas
7. "So High" - Doja Cat
8. "Fuck U All The Time" (Shlohmo remix) - Jeremih  
9. "I Wanna Make It Wit Chu" - Queens of the Stone Age ft. PJ Harvey
10. "Darling Nikki" - Prince
11. "Use Me" - Bill Withers
12. "Pink Matter" - Frank Ocean
13.  "She Lives In My Lap" - Outkast
14. "Nightcall" ft. Lovefoxxx - Kavinsky
15. "Hynotize U" - N.E.R.D

That should give you all a bit of new material... Merry Christmas and be sure to enjoy the baby making season! (Although Durex is your friend, if you don't want a new friend in September...)