It’s an essential part of the experience
There’s a saying, “If music be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.” ― William Shakespeare
Who better to comment on music being the catalyst for romance and procreation? A survey conducted lingerie brand Pour Moi, analysed over 300,000 songs on Spotify to determine who reigns supreme when trying to set the mood. Playlists were focused on foreplay and sex, meaning there are smashing playlists for when you want to well… smash.
On first glance one may be fooled to think artists of an older generation may be the soundtrack to your love life, the study however, proved pop icons of the modern era are dominating sexy-time. Yes, we called it sexy time.
As genres are concerned RnB was a clear winner, and it was concluded couples prefer a male singer to that of a female singer when setting the mood.
Here’s who everyone is listening to when ‘getting it down’.
Any surprise? The dude did feature on the 50 Shades of Grey soundtrack, and is notorious for creating ‘sexy’ music.
Tres bien, the man has the skills… When we think classic slow-old-school RnB jams, Trey is bound to end up in your playlist.
Maybe not Confessions, but the debatable king of RnB has always been a way to getting intimate on dance floors around the world.
Well… who better for you than the boy huh?
Just behind Drake, Jeremih is right up there with the elite, when setting the mood that is.
The Queen is one of the most listened to artists when getting down with it. We aren’t really surprised.
She was always going to feature here, but we hope people aren’t listening to Halo when spicing things up in the bedroom.
Slow jams, cool grooves—Miguel had to make the list.
For when you need to be swept off your feet.
He is here to ensure your party is no longer next door.