Yes, we all love singing in the shower!
Whether you like pop or rock, R&B or a jazzy number when lathering up, with the natural acoustics of a bathroom, the shower is the best place to let your hair down and activate those vocal chords, you always knew you had. :)
When you have chosen 'the shower song' you will be encouraged further to know that, as well as the R&R time the shower provides, singing is said to be a natural antidepressant and can release endorphins (the brain's 'feel good chemical') associated with the feelings of pleasure, as well as stimulate the release of oxytocin, a hormone that is believed to alleviate anxiety and stress.
So what are the best songs to sing in the shower?
The answer of course is a very personal one, depending on the genre of music you like, but according to Spotify and their curated playlist 'Songs to Sing in the Shower' which has over 5.6 million followers, the top 10 songs to sing in the shower, at the time of writing are:
- You Can't Hurry Love - The Supremes
- Walking on Sunshine - Katrina & The Waves
- We Are Family - Sister Sledge
- You Can't Hurry Love - Phil Collins
- Dancing On The Ceiling - Lionel Richie
- Don't Go Breaking My Heart - Elton John, Kiki Dee
- Faith - George Michael
- Jump (For My Love) - The Pointer Sisters
- Dancing in the Moonlight - Toploader
- I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me) - Whitney Houston
We did play these 10 songs to sing in the shower and it did get everyone in the office smiling and singing (not in the shower though, we're working), so there you go, we confirm these are great ones!
What are you waiting for, you have your singing in the shower song, so turn up the heat, lather up, sing your heart out and get that feel good boost we all need right now.
Other great music streaming services are available such as Amazon Music
Enhance your singing in the shower experience with a great new product from iBeani. The Apollo Voice Water-Resistant Bluetooth Smart Speaker with Alexa
This smart speaker has an excellent sound quality and thanks to its unique design, it incorporates a suction cup that not only enhances the sound quality but allows you to press the speaker to a flat surface such as your bathroom tiles. With Amazon's Alexa built in, it will make selecting songs a doddle in the shower.