41 Best Karaoke Songs For Men

Looking for karaoke songs that suit male voices? Then check out our choice of popular karaoke songs for men. We’ve got a mix of classic songs and a few more modern ones, so you should find something no matter your song taste.

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1. “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley

Song Year: 1987

It was a toe-tapping song when it came out in the mid-eighties. However, it found a new life in the internet age with the invention of “Rick-Rolling.” So many people have been pranked with this song that the video has become one of the most visited on YouTube. That doesn’t change the fact that it is still a great-sounding song and is easy to sing along with.

2. “Wonderwall” by Oasis

Song Year: 1995

Sometimes a Gen X performer will want to slow things down at a karaoke party and sing something that is quintessentially nineties. This song meets the criteria in that anyone in your crowd who grew up in the ‘90s will start swaying to the music. A few cigarette lighters may even come out.

3. “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey

Song Year: 1981

We don’t recommend belting out this tune on your first night behind the microphone. This song is an anthem and a marathon for someone with a big voice. If you have been performing at karaoke parties for a while, this would be one to work on because it is always a crowd-pleaser.

4. “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X

Song Year: 2018

If you want to bring a little country flavor to the party, many people love “Old Town Road.” It has been a staple in country music since it debuted in 2018. Lil Nas X knew how to make a country song that was so much fun to sing that it easily gets stuck in your brain. Be careful, though– a line dance may break out at your party. Another great choice for men.

5. “Uptown Girl” by Billy Joel

Song Year: 1983

If you want to do some crowd work to get everyone energized and singing along, “Uptown Girl” is a great choice. Billy Joel is an artist that has made many songs that work great in a karaoke performance. He has a great voice, but most of his notes are not hard to hit for the average guy.

6. “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Song Year: 1974

When out at a concert, it is common for someone to scream “Freebird,” referring to the classic rock song by Lynyrd Skynyrd. The old Skynyrd songs play well to a crowd, including “Sweet Home Alabama.” There may be a few lyrics that may not have held up over the years. However, part of the fun in performing karaoke is changing a few things here and there to match your crowd.

7. “Rock and Roll All Nite” by KISS

Song Year: 1975

KISS purposely made most of their songs easy to sing because they love the audience's participation in their shows. This song, in particular, is a great way to get a party going. The best time to sing this rock anthem in a karaoke atmosphere is right after someone sings something a little slower. It gets the blood pumping and the party back up to a fun level.

8. “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” by Deep Blue Something

Song Year: 1995

This song got released in the mid-nineties. It became a hit with an audience who mostly had never seen the classic film with Audrey Hepburn. However, it resonated with its audience and is still a favorite when sung by guys in their 40s and 50s.

9. “Pour Some Sugar On Me” by Def Leppard

Song Year: 1987

If you have a strong voice that can hold up to the beating an eighties hair band song will give it, then this song will get a reaction from your crowd. People love karaoke, but don’t want to see someone stand behind a mic stand and sing the songs. They want to see a performance, and this song is an easy one to get that out of.

10. “Cherry Pie” by Warrant

Song Year: 1990

This is another crowd-pleasing karaoke song for men because it is a fun song to belt out and is just a little bit racy. If your voice can hold up to classic glam metal, you’ll get a lot of responses from this one. People who grew up in the 80s and 90s love hearing songs performed that they used to listen to, and everyone knew “Cherry Pie.”

11. “Ice Ice Baby” by Vanilla Ice

Song Year: 1990

This song is not for everybody. There are a lot of fast lyrics to keep up with, and seeing them pop up on the karaoke screen is not enough. It is a tune for a guy who sang this one in the shower every day when he was 13. If you still say “word to your mother” when you leave a room, you will probably get a crowd on their feet by performing this song.

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