Kylie’s a passion thriller

Pop princess comes top in PRS for Music chart of ‘sexy songs’

St. Valentine may be the patron saint of romantic love, but the UK doesn't spend £millions on cards, gifts, candlelit dinners and impractical underwear every year without at least the promise of something back.

In recognition of that, PRS for Music has compiled the ultimate playlist of sexy songs to 'close the deal' on Valentine’s Day.  Coming top of the chart is Kylie Minogue’s track ‘Slow’ that hits all the right buttons when it comes to passion.

PRS for Music, the organisation that collects royalties on behalf of its 85,000 song writing and composer members, compiled the ‘lusty list’ of music using its unique performance data working out which songs have been used most across the UK over the past 12 months.

The erotic dance track is the ‘most-performed’ song on radio, TV and online.

Source: PRS for Music 2011 performance data

Number

Artist

Track

1

Kylie Minogue

Slow

2

Christina Aguilera

Dirrty

3

Hot Chocolate

You Sexy Thing

4

50 Cent

Candy Shop

5

Pink, Christina Aguilera, Mya, Lil Kim

Lady Marmalade

6

Rod Stewart

Do Ya Think I'm Sexy

7

Madonna

Like A Virgin

8

Barry White

Can't Get Enough Of Your Love Babe

9

Britney Spears

I'm a Slave 4 U

10

Justin Timberlake

Sexyback

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Music can have an aphrodisiac affect upon people especially when they are in a romantic mood and Kylie’s Slow seems to press all the right buttons.  Personally I prefer the old classics like Hot Chocolate’s ‘You Sexy Thing’ or Barry White’s ‘Can’t Get Enough of Your Love Babe’ but whatever your music choice there’s certainly something in this PRS for Music chart for everyone – good luck!

Guy Fletcher, Chairman - PRS for Music 

For more information, get in touch:

Nicola Formoy, Public Relations Manager:
nicola.formoy@prsformusic.com 
02073064229 / 07539 837436

About PRS for Music

PRS for Music represents the rights of songwriters, composers and music publishers in the UK and around the world. As a membership organisation it works to ensure that creators are paid whenever their musical compositions and songs are streamed, downloaded, broadcast, performed and played in public. In 2019, 18.8 trillion performances of music were reported to PRS for Music with £810.8m collected on behalf of its members, making it one of the world’s leading music collective management organisations.

PRS for Music’s public performance licensing is now carried out on PRS for Music’s behalf by PPL PRS Ltd, the new joint venture between PPL and PRS for Music.

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