Ready for the best strip tease playlist?

We’re diving deep into the pulsating rhythms and hypnotic beats that set the stage for the art of the strip tease.

You read that right.

Strip tease: a mesmerizing dance form that’s as much about self-expression as it is about sensuality.

Now, what’s the backbone of a truly spellbinding strip tease? You got it—the music.

Trust us, whether you’re an amateur or pro, this playlist will transform your performance from ‘good’ to ‘good God, who is that?!’ Strap in and turn up the volume; we’re about to give you the ultimate playlist for your tantalizing routine.



1. “Earned It” by The Weeknd

Album: Fifty Shades of Grey: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Date Released: December 2014

The Weeknd takes you on a soulful, bass-heavy journey with “Earned It,” a track that’s as sumptuous as velvet. The R&B vibes are dialed up to the max, turning any room into a sultry setting. Its rhythm and tempo are perfectly tuned for the slow burn and art of tease, making it a top choice for strip tease aficionados.


2. “Wicked Game” by Chris Isaak

Album: Heart Shaped World
Date Released: June 1989

Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game” is the vintage leather jacket of strip tease songs—classic, stylish, and loaded with attitude. With its haunting guitar melody and moody vocals, it brings a touch of dark romance to your playlist. It’s the smoky bar where country meets rock, setting the perfect backdrop for a sultry, moody performance.


3. “Feeling Good” by Michael Bublé

Album: It’s Time
Date Released: February 2005

Talk about a classic with a twist! Michael Bublé breathes new life into the standard “Feeling Good,” making it a jazzy anthem of empowerment and allure. Its bombastic brass and smoky vocals are the equivalent of a wink and a nod in musical form, lending an air of sophistication to any strip tease.


4. “Buttons” by The Pussycat Dolls

Album: PCD
Date Released: April 2005

You can almost hear the stilettos clicking when this track comes on. “Buttons” by The Pussycat Dolls serves up a tantalizing blend of pop and R&B, peppered with Middle Eastern influences. It’s a bouncy, playful tune that screams “look but don’t touch,” making it a hot pick for a flirty routine.


5. “Partition” by Beyoncé

Album: Beyoncé
Date Released: December 2013

Queen Bey does it again with “Partition,” a sultry mix of hip-hop beats and breathy vocals. The song is like a rollercoaster of tempos, from slow and sensual to fast and frenetic. It’s basically a guidebook on how to command attention, making it a must-have for any seductive playlist.


6. “Crazy in Love” by Beyoncé feat. Jay-Z

Album: Dangerously in Love
Date Released: May 2003

Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s “Crazy in Love” is like the electric guitar of love songs—bold, confident, and utterly irresistible. The track is a fusion of R&B, rap, and a brass section that doesn’t quit, making it a sensational pick for anyone looking to bring some serious swagger to their strip tease game.


7. “I’m a Slave 4 U” by Britney Spears

Album: Britney
Date Released: October 2001

Britney’s iconic “I’m a Slave 4 U” comes at you like a thumping bassline in a dimly lit room. The sensuality here is palpable, with sultry lyrics and an infectious beat that begs you to move. The Neptunes-produced track is like a teasing whisper in your ear, setting the stage for an unforgettable act.


8. “Pony” by Ginuwine

Album: Ginuwine…The Bachelor
Date Released: August 1996

If the ’90s had a soundtrack for seduction, “Pony” by Ginuwine would be track number one. The beat is like a rhythmic pulse, steady and inviting, while Ginuwine’s smooth vocals encourage you to “ride it.” A must-add for anyone looking to bring some old-school R&B flair to their repertoire.


9. “S&M” by Rihanna

Album: Loud
Date Released: November 2010

With its pulsing synths and hypnotic chorus, “S&M” by Rihanna is like the pyrotechnics at a rock concert—flashy, bold, and impossible to ignore. The song openly explores the subject of sexual desire in a daring and playful way, making it an edgy pick for a more audacious performance.


10. “Nasty Naughty Boy” by Christina Aguilera

Album: Back to Basics
Date Released: August 2006

With a title like “Nasty Naughty Boy,” you know you’re in for a tantalizing treat. Christina Aguilera’s velvet voice serenades you through this jazzy, brass-filled spectacle of a song. It’s as if she’s giving you permission to let your inner showgirl or showboy shine.


11. “Fever” by Peggy Lee

Album: Things Are Swingin’
Date Released: 1958

Here’s a vintage gem to mix up the playlist: Peggy Lee’s “Fever” is classic cool with a temperature that’s off the charts. Trust us, this jazz standard comes soaked in sultriness and timeless allure. Lee’s smoky vocals will lure you in while the minimalistic arrangement—a mere finger snap and bass line—holds your attention like a whispered secret. This song is the kind of slow burn that can turn a casual evening into a night of unforgettable intimacy.


12. “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars

Album: Uptown Special
Date Released: November 2014

Want to throw in a wildcard that’s as groovy as it is glitzy? Say hello to “Uptown Funk,” a modern funk masterpiece by Mark Ronson featuring the ever-charismatic Bruno Mars. Now, this isn’t your traditional slow-tempo, sultry strip tease song, but what it lacks in smolder, it makes up in sheer swagger. Think of it as your cheeky palette cleanser, a tune that brings a burst of energy and glitz to your repertoire. With its lively brass sections, irresistible beat, and funktastic vocals, “Uptown Funk” adds a playful yet sultry vibe to the mix.


13. “Feelin’ Love” by Paula Cole

Album: This Fire
Date Released: October 1996

“Feelin’ Love” is the sultry ballad your playlist didn’t know it needed. Paula Cole delivers a lush, atmospheric song with a slow burn that builds to a roaring blaze. It’s like the crescendo in a soulful jazz piece, gradually intensifying until you can’t help but lose yourself in its heat.


14. “Lady Marmalade” by Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Mya, and Pink

Album: Moulin Rouge! Music from Baz Luhrmann’s Film
Date Released: May 2001

This four-diva powerhouse delivers a performance as textured as a symphony and as electrifying as a live concert. “Lady Marmalade” is that encore you didn’t see coming but can’t imagine living without. With its blend of R&B, pop, and soul, it hits all the right notes to elevate your strip tease game.

16. “I Just Wanna Make Love to You” by Etta James

Album: At Last!
Date Released: November 1960

Last but not least, let’s take it back to the roots with Etta James. The classic “I Just Wanna Make Love to You” is the vinyl treasure you find in an old record shop—timeless, raw, and oozing with soul. The bluesy vibe provides a different texture, offering an authentic, retro touch to your sensual playlist.

And there you have it—the complete mixtape of strip tease anthems that are as varied as the genres they span. From slow burns to sizzling hot tracks, this playlist has a little bit of everything to set the stage for the ultimate seductive performance. Ready to hit play?