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The Way You Make Me Feel - Michael Jackson



tempo: 113 bpm

bpm range: 110 to 115 bpm

the DJ’s take: Serious question - is there any MJ hit single that hasn't stood the test of time? Because I'm not even sure if this cracks the Top 5, and yet whenever you drop this, the odds are solid that a singalong will ensue. Anyway, worth a permanent spot in an 80s or throwback playlist.

Some (almost) key-compatible mix recommendations from 110 to 115 bpm:

Black Or White - Michael Jackson
Greenlight (feat. Flo Rida & LunchMoney Lewis) - Pitbull

And from 116 to 118 bpm:

Thriller - Michael Jackson
Cheerleader - OMI
Love You Like a Love Song - Selena Gomez & The Scene

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