25 Best Guys Songs For Instagram

“Under the Influence” by Chris Brown

Song year: 2019

It shouldn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what “under the influence” means in this context. Still, this song is mostly about enjoying some private time with a lover rather than partaking in illicit substances.

The groove is very mellow, though, and that might inspire certain types of content as well. Let your creativity take over and see what you come up with.

“Die for You” by The Weeknd

Song year: 2016

The Weeknd’s “deep cut” mellow groove “Die for You” is perhaps a bit of a rare entry for an artist that has largely relied on retro 80s synth backing tracks. This tune is much closer to modern R&B, though it is still easily recognizable as The Weeknd.

You could use this tune as a tribute to your girlfriend or boyfriend, or maybe even for confessing your love for another (well if you’re okay with the possibility that you might be rejected – hey, we’ve all got to take some chances).

“Just the Two of Us” by Bill Withers and Grover Washington, Jr.

Song year: 1981

“Just the Two of Us” is a classic through and through, and it may well be one of the greatest “us against the world” songs of all time.

It could apply to a lover or romantic relationship, but Will Smith’s take on it (him and his son) works too. So, whether you’re in a great relationship, partnership, friendship, or otherwise, “Just the Two of Us” is sure to offer the needed glue for your Instagram post.

“Anyone” by Justin Bieber

Song year: 2021

Justin Bieber’s “Anyone” is perfect for all those romantic moments for celebrating your significant other. The lyrics are sure to leave him or her feeling very touched. Plus, those who love Justin Bieber are bound to start singing along when they hear the song in your post.

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“Leave the Door Open” by Silk Sonic

Song year: 2021

Silk Sonic’s “Leave the Door Open” is dripping with classic R&B / soul music vibes. The romantic tune is perfect for those euphoric romantic moments, a special date night, or even just when you’re feeling great in your skin (project a sense of confidence!).

“Loyalty” by Kendrick Lamar ft. Rihanna

Song year: 2017

One of the best things to have in life is a strong connection, whether with a romantic partner, your “crew,” or even with yourself.

Kendrick Lamar’s “Loyalty” is about exactly that – the people that stick with you through thick and thin, and your willingness to do the same in return. It’s about the people that you can trust to come through for you.

Of course, the laid-back beat might inspire other types of posts too.

“Days Like This” by Van Morrison

Song year: 1995

Van Morrison’s “Days Like This” is a little too new to be old, but it’s got an excellent retro R&B vibe that’s sure to get you tapping your feet.

The song is about how life takes many twists and turns, bringing with it people, events, and circumstances that are positive, negative, and every shade of grey in between.

Whether for a rainy, introspective day or even for those times you’re brushing aside the stresses of the day, “Days Like This” is sure to work for an array of life circumstances and Instagram posts.

“Bad Habits” by Ed Sheeran

Song year: 2021

Most if not all of us have had that experience of sneaking out of the house when our parents were vehemently opposed to us going anywhere. Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits” instantly evokes those feelings of sneaking out of the window for a late-night rendezvous with a significant other, friends, or otherwise.

Whether you’re in the mood for a night at the club, or you just like to reminisce on your partying days, “Bad Habits” is sure to do the trick.

“Better” by Khalid

Song year: 2018

Another mellow and soulful trap groove. Khalid’s “Better” is about how your lover makes you feel. When your spirits have been lifted by another, or for those times you’re feeling grateful for your boyfriend or girlfriend, there’s “Better.”

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“Watermelon Sugar” by Harry Styles

Song year: 2019

We’ve all got a few delightful summer memories. Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar” calls back to the simple joys in life – a day at the beach, sweet fruits, time with friends, and maybe even a bit of “indulgence” on the side.

This is also a great song for when you’re in a silly, euphoric mood.

“Massive” by Drake

Song year: 2022

Drake’s “Massive” is all about leaving the past behind and rekindling an old relationship. As the song progresses, the beat turns from laid-back to upbeat, making it great for a dance video.

What makes it “massive” we’re not quite sure, because there’s nothing in the lyrics or the backing track to indicate what Drake might be referring to. Then again, do we even need to guess?

If you’re feeling “massive,” give “Massive” a go.

“Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd

Song year: 2020

Sometimes it’s not a bad idea to choose a song for mass appeal, and for many, The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” is one of those songs that never seems to get old.

“Blinding Lights” is a great song for a late-night drive, a night on town, partying, or even just for those random feel-good moments.

“Peaches” by Justin Bieber ft. Daniel Caesar, Giveon

Song year: 2021

For all those times you feel like your relationship is very successful (like all the boys in this song)… or for those times when your girlfriend is literally from Georgia… or maybe even for those times, you feel like you’ve got a secret no one knows about and you want to brag about it.

Who knew a song about successful relationships could be so catchy?

Top Guys Songs For Instagram, Final Thoughts

Don’t forget – social media is all about self-expression. If you love 60s classic rock, 70s funk, 80s metal, or anything else, there’s nothing wrong with picking songs that aren’t in this guide. There are plenty of classics most people are familiar with, without having to rely on brand-new trending tracks.

We hope you enjoyed this guide and found the perfect song for your latest post. Keep going!

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