Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins by Sing Karaoke Sing

Song Analysis

Audio information that is featured on Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins by Sing Karaoke Sing.

Acousticness

0%

Energy

82%

Liveness

31%

Speechiness

4%

Danceability

54%

Instrumentalness

77%

Loudness

80%

Valence

62%

Harmonic Matches

Find songs that harmonically matches to Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins by Sing Karaoke Sing. Listed below are tracks with similar keys and BPM to the track where the track can be harmonically mixed.

Track Artist Key Energy Camelot BPM
Here and After by Brian Marshall BandHere and AfterBrian Marshall BandD Major810B99
Never Say Goodbye - Karaoke Version by Andrea CervettoNever Say Goodbye - Karaoke VersionAndrea CervettoD Major410B130
Mamma Mia by The Musical String BandMamma MiaThe Musical String BandD Major710B136
Landslide - Karaoke Version by Adele KraicLandslide - Karaoke VersionAdele KraicD Major310B146
Should I Stay or Should I Go by The Heavy Metal UnitShould I Stay or Should I GoThe Heavy Metal UnitD Major610B113
Africa In Dire Straits by Clint & CoAfrica In Dire StraitsClint & CoD Major610B110
Big City Life - Instrumental - Guitar - Org Mattafix by Berlin Sound ProjectBig City Life - Instrumental - Guitar - Org MattafixBerlin Sound ProjectD Major610B172
Pretelecast With Megadeth, Beast, Charlie Wilson And The Gap Band by Al & AnandPretelecast With Megadeth, Beast, Charlie Wilson And The Gap BandAl & AnandD Major510B97
Hanky Panky by The Popcorn BucketsHanky PankyThe Popcorn BucketsD Major610B126
I Want To Break Free by The Sitges Gay BandI Want To Break FreeThe Sitges Gay BandD Major510B108
Every Little Thing She Does by Andrea CervettoEvery Little Thing She DoesAndrea CervettoD Major810B82
True Colors - Karaoke Version With Choir by Adele KraicTrue Colors - Karaoke Version With ChoirAdele KraicD Major110B172
Weekend in Tokyo by Brian Marshall BandWeekend in TokyoBrian Marshall BandD Major710B117
Bon Jovi, Zac Brown Band Chicken Fried (End) by Al & AnandBon Jovi, Zac Brown Band Chicken Fried (End)Al & AnandD Major510B81
Butterflies by Clint & CoButterfliesClint & CoD Major510B175
Queen of the Night by The Popcorn BucketsQueen of the NightThe Popcorn BucketsD Major910B105
4 Minute Abs by Chi-Town Collective4 Minute AbsChi-Town CollectiveD Major410B93
Lady Gaga, Elton John, Song & Beyonce by Al & AnandLady Gaga, Elton John, Song & BeyonceAl & AnandD Major610B74
Quizás by Flash 5QuizásFlash 5B Minor810A180
Not the Only One by Brian Marshall BandNot the Only OneBrian Marshall BandB Minor910A115
This is the End by Chi-Town CollectiveThis is the EndChi-Town CollectiveB Minor610A94
Knowing Me Knowing You by The Musical String BandKnowing Me Knowing YouThe Musical String BandB Minor610A110

Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins by Sing Karaoke Sing Information

This song is track #2 in No1 Hits of the 80's - Karaoke, Vol. 2 by Sing Karaoke Sing, which has a total of 19 tracks. The duration of this track is 3:12 and was released on August 15, 2013. As of now, this track is currently not as popular as other songs out there. Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins has a lot of energy, which makes it the perfect workout song. Though, it might not give you a strong dance vibe. So, this may not be something that you would want to play at a dance-off.

Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins BPM

Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins has a BPM of 174. Since this track has a tempo of 174, the tempo markings of this song would be Vivace (lively and fast). Overall, we believe that this song has a fast tempo.

Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins Key

The key of Footloose (Karaoke Version) - Originally Performed By Kenny Loggins is D Major. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 10B. So, the perfect camelot match for 10B would be either 10B or 11A. While, 11B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 7B and a high energy boost can either be 12B or 5B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 10A or 9B will give you a low energy drop, 1B would be a moderate one, and 8B or 3B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 7A allows you to change the mood.

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