Top 10 Greatest Post-Disco SongsPost-disco is a term used to describe the genres commonly used from 1979 to 1985 that came after disco’s death in the backlash that took place on July 12th 1979 (in the Chicago event titled Disco Demolition Night) which involved the White Sox & the Detroit Tigers yet incited a riot & was an early example of cancel culture. Many genres were being made to keep the dance industry alive in the wake of the tragedy that killed off the greatest dance genre in the history of music (disco).
It's on here for giving everyone a thrill with its surprises & the beat got everyone dancing. It's his best selling song along with Billie Jean. R.I.P. Michael Jackson, the King of Pop.
Never forget this 1 of a kind piece. It inspired lots of other artists including Madonna. R.I.P. Michael Jackson.
A perfect tribute to Soul Makossa by Manu Dibango. It helped pave the way for Don't Stop the Music, which was Rihanna's greatest hit. R.I.P. to Michael Jackson as well as Manu Dibango. 1 of the Godfathers of disco.
It's a classic 1 of a kind hit that'll never be forgotten. We always celebrate the fun.
Remember how Will Smith made Miami? Explain this. Pure post-disco.
Another post-disco hit that helped inspire Will Smith for his music. He used it in Men In Black. It's her biggest hit nonetheless.
It got everyone excited when it played. R.I.P. to the 2 members including the founder Bonnie Pointer.
An unforgettable dance classic. R.I.P. Maurice White, the co-founder & musical genius.
Among Donna Summer's best hits after the end of disco. R.I.P. Donna Summer, the queen of disco.
Their album Eat to the Beat was made in 1979, but this was 1 of the songs that came out late for the album. It came out in 1980, making it 1 of the post-disco songs in that album, meaning not all the songs there are disco, but some are post-disco. After all, disco was killed off since July 12th 1979 in Disco Demolition Night, making this a hybrid-genre album. Nonetheless, Atomic was an underrated hit in the U.S. but a smash hit in Germany, though it got banned due to its title & theme.
A true classic in the name of post-disco.
This version was a true hit & Beyonce's most upbeat with the 4 on the floor patterns. Made in 1982.
A 1983 classic, yet it was vocally sampled in the Latin House track Give It Up by the Goodmen, which became their only hit.
A true post-disco rock classic that'll never be forgotten. R.I.P. Freddie Mercury.
An iconic hit in the Italo disco scene. It was even sampled in many songs including the 1993 Miami Bass hit Whoomp! (There It Is) by Tag Team.
A splendid & magical hit by Madonna in the post-disco scene.
Upbeat & classic.
Never forget this either.
A big hit by Billy Ocean.
1 of Queen's best dance songs, in their 1982 album Hot Space. It's also funk rock. R.I.P. Freddie Mercury.
A hit by Joe Bataan in 1980.
A true classic hit.
Her biggest hit though.