crowdDJ®’s most picked and played tracks of 2021 and more!


Last year we saw record crowdDJ® activity across all our verticals with more than 10,600,000 songs picked and played throughout 2021!

We even recorded a 25% increase in the number of songs picked using crowdDJ®, compared to 2020. Proving the all-Aussie passion for good vibes will persist, no matter the circumstances!

There were also over 1.5 million Australian songs picked and played, that’s 320,000 more local picks than last year!

It’s clear that venues all across the country, and different industries got involved – but there were some standout crowdDJ® sites.

Check out these locations to see where our crowdDJ® users were the most active throughout the year – congratulations to those businesses in the top five!

So, what exactly were crowdDJ® users picking and playing? Here’s what we found…

Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself’ was the most picked and played track on crowdDJ®

Taking out the most picked overall on crowdDJ® for 2021 is a song that little can compete with.  Since its release in 2002, ‘Lose Yourself’ by Eminem has dominated charts around the world, including our own!

PNAU’s ‘Cold Heart’ Remix was the most picked and played Australian track on crowdDJ®

Users kept up with the trends throughout the year, tallying up thousands of picks for plenty of other freshly released, Australian Songs.

Coming in for most picked local track is Australian dance music trio, PNAU, and their remix of Cold Heart by Elton John and Dua Lipa!

We love this downright funky track so much that it’s now a regular feature on our platform in the Australian Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.

It’s been another awesome year of picks and plays on crowdDJ® in venues across Australia, and even the world.

As the number of crowdDJ® users and locations continues to grow, we’d love to invite you to learn more about this unique way to create a memorable and lasting experience for customers.

Click here to learn more about how you can use crowdDJ® to get more people interacting with your business and brand.

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