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Temperature - Sean Paul



tempo: 125 bpm

bpm range: 120 to 125 bpm125 to 130 bpm

the DJ’s take: This track is the definition of pop dancehall reggae. People recognize it, and they get down to it. Mix in a singalong chorus, a hard drumbeat, and a simple but effective bassline, and you’ve got a surefire crowd pleaser.

If you're staying key-compatible, try mixing with:

Between 120 to 125 bpm:

Fire Burning - Sean Kingston
Kill Em With Kindness - Selena Gomez
Hula Hoop - Omi
Automatic - ZHU x AlunaGeorge
Sugar - Robin Schulz ft. Francesco Yates
Sugar - Maroon 5

And from 125 to 130 bpm:

Move Your Body (Alan Walker Remix) - Sia
WIEE - Martin Garrix
If It Ain't Love - Jason Derulo
Home - Firebeatz & Jay Hardway
Sunglasses At Night - Corey Hart
Shut Up and Dance - WALK THE MOON

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