Five Songs That Will Get You To The Fourth Meal of the Day
Everyone knows of the three main meals breakfast, lunch and dinner--but Taco Bell introduced us to the fourth. Nothing feels better than a late night feast after hours of partying with your friends. Sometimes it’s hard to get into the mood to go out or stay up late enough to have a fourth meal. Well these five songs are here to help motivate you to get up and get out.
Each song paints a perfect picture of those perfect late nights out when you totally give in to the party wave--that is, until the midnight food cravings set in. So while you are preparing for an unforgettable night of clubbing, dancing and wilding out with friends check out the Five Songs That Will Get You The Fourth Meal of the Day.
1. Icona Pop “All Night”
“All Night” has all the ingredients for an instant class. Aino and Caroline lead the charge with their anti-sleep attitude and dedication to party. “All night” is simply a fun track that never looses its high relentless pace. You could probably undergo a full body workout dancing around to it. Thankfully there’s a “fourth meal” waiting for you when you leave the club.
2. Daft Punk x Pharrell “Get Lucky”
Arguably one of the best songs of 2013, “Get Lucky” is a timeless party hit. It’s likely that you’ll hear over and over again anywhere you go but it’s riveting production from Daft Punk and catchy “We’re up all night to get lucky” chant from Pharrell will have you two-stepping around the dance floor all night.
3. Justin Timberlake “Take Back The Night”
Stretching a little over six minutes, Justin Timberlake’s “Take Back The Night” is a fun pop-dance anthem that will help you let loose and have a great time before the sunrise. The single has an early Michael Jackson disco vibe mixed with off the wall overtones. DJs all over will have fun mixing this track with other disco-sounding songs like “Get Lucky.”
4. Charli XCX “Take My Hand”
British electro pop-singer, Charlie XCX knows how to have a good time. Thankfully for us, she created “Take My Hand” so we can have great time. “Don’t go to sleep, let’s go out,” Charli chants for motivation to get you to the nearest dance floor. If that doesn’t do it for you, her music video will have you wishing you were at the Elephant and Castle Club in which the video takes place.
5. Jay Z “Somewhere in America”
Magna Carta is one of the most talked about albums of 2013. The song that has caught the most buzz is “Somewhere in America” because of its provocative tone. It’s not your typical party song with high energetic beat drops and pop sounds, but Jay and Timbaland were able to blend soulful horn patterns, a soft piano line, and catchy lyrics to make a simple, fun track perfect to experience when out with friends. Now go satisfy your hunger, anywhere in the world.
September 03, 2013 via Pepsi