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Strip tease is an art form that should not be taken lightly. If done correctly, strip teasing can appear skillful yet seductive and bring any man to his knees.
If you are looking to spice things up in the bedroom, a strip tease is the perfect way to get your man in the mood. To perform a polished strip tease you need the perfect song to get the room heated.
If you’re looking to perform an alluring at-home strip tease for your partner, there are three simple steps: look good, choose the perfect song, and channel your inner seductress!
To look good, all you need is some sexy lingerie and your favorite makeup look. If you feel good about yourself, you are well on your way to captivating a man’s attention.
After choosing the song and practicing your routine, it’s finally time to seduce your man. If you’re looking to bring back that steamy romance from when you first met, a strip tease is the perfect way to get things going in the bedroom.
Here are the 10 best strip tease songs to get your man in the mood.
1. Ginuwine – Pony
As you can probably guess, this song is not explaining how to ride a pony. “Pony” is the perfect song to wake up your inner stripper.
Low bass and driving cymbals make this classic R&B track from the late ‘90s one of the best strip tease songs. Though it was a hit in the ‘90s, the movie Magic Mike revamped it, meaning it has been a strip tease favorite for decades.
If you are looking for an old horse with new tricks, “Pony” is the perfect strip tease song for you.
2. Jodeci – Freek’N You
This Billboard Hot 100 song is a classic. Though it was released in 1995, its sexy quality transcends time.
“Freek’N You” has a classic R&B sound, featuring a warped electric guitar and high-pitched chimes. The vocals are a perfect complement to this sexy tune, with insane runs highlighting the lyrics throughout.
It’s no surprise that “Freek’N You” is still one of the best strip tease songs even today.
3. Bando Jonez – Sex You
The music video of “Sex You” begins with the singer playing the piano and singing soulfully, setting the mood for the song. Bando Jonez, aka. Lil Corey is incredibly talented and has the voice of an angel.
This song from the early 2000s has a dope beat, overlapping background singers, and a deep driving bass. It is a standard R&B track, but the addition of the vocals put the talent and sexy vibe of this song over the edge.
If you are looking for the perfect song to strip tease to, “Sex You” sets the mood in the best way and will make you feel sexy while you’re dancing.
4. Miguel – Adorn
Miguel’s falsetto in “Adorn” hits differently. The track mixes a classic R&B beat with washed-out trumpets and overlapping background vocals.
“Adorn” has less blatant lyrics than some others on this list, allowing the music and Miguel’s incredible singing to speak for themselves. This is easily one of the best R&B songs of the century.
The only problem with “Adorn” is that it ends. If you are looking for a steamy and more modern R&B hit to get sexy to, “Adorn” is the best choice.
5. Jeremih, Lil Wayne, Natasha Mosley – All The Time
“All The Time” is slow and sensual, mixing the voices of three insanely talented artists. The mix of their voices is pure art on this track.
“All The Time” doesn’t just sound sexy, it will make you feel sexy. It is easy to dance to a song like “All The Time” because the track is such a vibe.
This R&B hit will make you want to put on heels, a trench coat, and little else.
It is an automatic turn-on.
6. 112, Lil’ Zane – Anywhere
“Anywhere” was one of the biggest R&B hits of its time. Not only is the percussion flawless, but the harmonization of all three artists is pure brilliance.
“Anywhere” is a track full of blissful nostalgia, channeling the best of ‘90s R&B. The song is super sensual and honestly never gets old.
‘90s R&B has a magic that today’s music lacks. This track is both sensual and classy, making it perfect for a flawless strip tease.
7. Matt Bomer – Untitled (How Does It Feel)
Matt Bomer is mad talented, which is only further proven in “Untitled (How Does It Feel).” The track is a cross between R&B, soul, and doo-wop.
The best strip tease songs are subtle, and “Untitled (How Does It Feel)” definitely fits the bill. It’s surprising to hear such a talented actor singing, and Matt Bomer does it perfectly.
“Untitled (How Does It Feel)” is super provocative and the perfect strip tease song, which is pretty obvious considering it featured on Magic Mike XXL.
8. Jacquees – Feel It (feat. Rich Homie Quan & Lloyd)
“Feel It” has a classic 2000’s R&B vibe, reminding me of the Usher and Jason Derulo era. Jacquees has a beautiful voice, delivering the erotic lyrics of “Feel It” like a true artist.
Like many of the best strip tease songs, “Feel It” is super underrated. The beat is super chill and multiple artists harmonizing adds to the sensual vibe.
“Feel It” will get both you and your man in the mood.
9. Rilo Kiley – The Moneymaker
“The Moneymaker” is a rock twist to the classic strip tease song. The vocals feature a feminine Rilo Kiley singing breathily.
The electric guitar riffs and deep bass drive the sexy movement of this song. This track reminds me of Avril Levine mixed with retro rock.
If you are more comfortable with dancing to rock instead of R&B, “The Moneymaker” is the best strip tease song for you. The more you listen to “The Moneymaker,” the more it will grow on you.
10. Marvin Gaye – Let’s Get It On
We have to end the list with “Let’s Get It On.” This is the original erotic song.
Between Marvin Gaye’s smooth singing and a sexy electric guitar, it’s no surprise that it is one of the best strip tease songs.
If you’re looking to get down and dirty to a classic R&B song, “Let’s Get It On” is for you. This track is authentic ‘70s R&B, featuring trumpets, a relaxed drum beat, and an astounding blend of singing and instruments.
Alexandra loves playing the piano and guitar. She has always been a music lover, but it wasn’t until she was in high school that she realized how much she loved to play. It allowed her to express herself without having to be verbally expressive, which is something she found very empowering.