29 Best Songs To Clean To

Lodi Dodi by Snoop Dogg

Classic Snoop Dogg just seems to hit differently, especially when you want to get some tasks checked off of the to-do list. Lodi Dodi runs through the events of Snoop’s day while simultaneously serving as an anthem for celebration.

Of course, everybody knows that to host a party, it’s best to clean the house first, even if you know you’ll be spending the entire next day cleaning the aftermath. 

(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman by Aretha Franklin

Are you the type of person who likes to sing while they clean? Aretha’s signature track, (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman will have you shamelessly belting out the song’s chorus, no matter what gender you are.

(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman by Aretha Franklin

Concerto No. 1 in E major, Op. 8, RV 269, “Spring” by Antonio Vivaldi 

If classical music is more your speed, you really can’t go wrong with Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. The “Spring” section, in particular, is ideal for spring cleaning, featuring some signature melodies that are likely embedded into your subconscious, ensuring that you’ll be sweeping away the winter with a smile on your face.

Git Up, Git Out by Outkast ft. Goodie Mob

There’s nothing worse than putting off cleaning, only to sit amongst the filth while berating yourself for seemingly feeling paralyzed at the ability to get anything done. Git Up, Git Out is a classic Outkast track that provides a kick in the butt to get up and get things taken care of, primarily because things have gone on too long and it’s unbearable to live with.

Git Up, Git Out by Outkast ft. Goodie Mob

Groundhog’s Day by Primus

Do you ever feel like every day is exactly the same, but maybe some things (such as cleaning) have gotten overlooked along the way? You might just relate to Groundhog’s Day, which details the simple events of a day with a sarcastically positive outlook.

This song is a prime choice for those who prefer heavier genres as it exists somewhere between a combination of metal and groove, thanks to Les Claypool’s bass skills. 

Long White Line by Sturgill Simpson

Sturgill Simpson’s Long White Line is a country song that even non-country music fans will likely enjoy. Not only does it have some mind-bending guitar work, but its shuffle beat is sure to have you scooting a boot around the house while you tackle your cleaning chores. 

Even though the song references the lines at the edges of the road, one could look at its title referencing a nefarious substance that often carries the stereotype of its users cleaning their house at 3 in the morning.

Get a Grip by NRBQ

When cleaning gets put off and the dirt piles up, it can feel like one is losing their grasp on the controllable details of life. If you find yourself feeling this way, it’s time to crank up NRBQ’s Get a Grip and let its fantastic guitar solo section motivate you into sprucing up your surroundings.

Let It Flow by En Vogue

You’ve probably heard of the flow state when it comes to creative endeavors, but did you know that you can also tap into this frame of mind when you’re cleaning? The funky sounds of En Vogue’s Let It Flow provide a direct dose of this flow state, ensuring you get the job done without mentally getting in your own way.

Can You Get To That by Funkadelic

If you’re a fan of funk, you need to clean to perhaps the funkiest track on Funkadelic’s album, Maggot Brain. Can You Get To That has cyclical vocals that invite you to find a lane and sing along with your favorite harmonic passages.

In a way, you could view this song as a direct challenge from your cluttered surroundings to clean things up. Can You Get To That? 

This Is How We Do It by Montell Jordan

Do you have kids at home who seem to have forgotten how to pick up after themselves? Exercise patience and fun by cranking up this mid-90s dance classic while you go through the step-by-step process showing them how cleaning is supposed to be. 

With this track, your children will find joy in cleaning, which prevents you from stepping barefoot onto a stray LEGO in the middle of the night. 

This Is How We Do It by Montell Jordan

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