Best Workout Music Mix of 2020

The year 2020 has given a whole meaning to fitness. Most of us are striving for physical as well as mental wellness in our smaller indoor spaces.

Sure, couching on the sofa with a bag of popcorn is far more appealing than an indoor workout. But, the right playlist can give you tons of motivation to combat laziness and nail your home workout sessions every time.

But how to create a perfect playlist for your workout session? You need to have all the right songs to keep you motivated for challenging exercises.

Lucky for you, we have pulled together the best workout music of 2020 into a single awesome playlist to help you find the right motivation.

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The Best Playlist for your Workout in 2020:

If you want your songs to follow your workout pace, you need to have a perfect playlist that can go with every workout. The ideal playlist will give you the motivation to try out that low-key terrifying gym machine or a hard workout you have been putting off.

According to Spotify, Eminem's ‘Till I Collapse’ was the most-streamed track on workout lists of 2019. Then followed Justin Beiber, Shawn Mendes, and Ed Sheeran. You can trace the changes in music every year, with every individual workout.

Below, we have listed down the best workout music of 2020 that will make your heart pump while working out at home or a gym.

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20- Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa

Don't Start Now is the lead single from Dua Lipa's second studio album Swan Song. This disco-inspired track with its catchy lyrics will make you go through the toughest of workout sessions and push yourself to the limits.

You might even find yourself jamming to the pop tune while you are at it.

19- React - The Pussycat Dolls

React is The Pussycat Dolls' first single in over ten years after Hush Hush( released in 2009). The song's pulsating beat and solid lyrics demand excitement and action. Play it for a quick warm-up, or hear it on loop to keep up with the pace of the music.

18- Lovesick Girls - Blackpink

The leading track of BlackPink’s full-length album, Lovesick Girls, deserves to be a part of every playlist of 2020. One of the catchiest pop releases of the year, it topped 100 million views on YouTube within a few days of its release, and we can see why.


The song's catchy lyrics and epic music will make you sweat with enthusiasm and stay with you long after your workout.

17- Dynamite - BTS

BTS can light up your world like Dynamite, their new pop release of 2020. The upbeat disco-pop can bring a new wave of energy to your workout sessions. There's a reason why BTS inspires such an enthusiastic fandom in K-pop.

16- Say So - Doja Cat ft. Nicki Minaj

Doja Cat released a remix of her single Say So, featuring the boldest voice of hip hop, Nicki Minaj. The remix marks the first collaboration of the two singers, and Nicki adds her own touch to the song by adding a new beat.

Plugin your Redux Earbuds, and you will be vibing with the track in no time.

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15- Rare - Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez's Rare is all about self-love and independence, and that's why you need it on your workout playlist ASAP. The flirty beat and Selena's breath-taking voice will make your workout much easier and even sexy if you are feeling the rhythm.

14- Better Off Without You - Becky Hill feat. Shift K3Y

Becky Hill said, "Better Off Without You is that perfect break up song", and we downright knew it had to be on our playlists. Its empowering beat compliments any workout routine and helps you feel better about the toxic relationships that once let you down.

13- Future Nostalgia - Dua Lipa

A part of Dua Lipa's second studio album, Future Nostalgia, has disco vibes that you will love. Pop in your ReduxBuds, hit Play, and give this song a go next time you're working out. The bold chords will spice up your every move like no other song.

12- My Oh My - Camila Cabello feat. DaBaby

This one will set the mood of your workout and give you the much-needed shot of energy. If you are a fan of Havana, you will love this collaboration of Camila and DaBaby.

The rhythm is a bit slower but has its own intensity. With the playful lyrics of DaBaby, you will get that extra dose of motivation you need to keep going.

11- Never Really Over - Katy Perry

Katy's single captures the feeling of on and off romance with a rising chorus and fast-paced lyrics. Before you know, you will be singing along with Katy, and your workout moves will follow easily.


10- Tough Love - Avicii ft. Agnes, Vargas & Lagola

Avicii's single Tough Love featuring Vargas and Lagola has the perfect instrumentals inspired by Middle Eastern music. The lyrics are about two lovers going through a rough patch. But they both are still there for each other at the end of the day. 

That’s the kind of inspiration you need for your workouts that are really tough but worth it!

9- Wonder - Shawn Mendes

Shawn's single lead Wonder has a resonating beat that may give you chills, and the lyrics only become more dreamy. Listening to this song can make a 10-minute workout feel like 5 minutes.

8- Sucker - the Jonas Brothers

This upbeat pop single by Jonas Brothers has light rock instrumental and engaging vocals to set your pace on the workout mat. It can even make you sweat on the treadmill!

7- Savage Remix - Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyonce

A remix on the hot single "Savage", this track will give the kick start you need to get out of that couch. What's a better boost than singing along to "I'm a savage, yeah Classy, bougie, ratchet, yeah Sassy, moody, nasty... I'm a savage"?

6- I Love Me - Demi Lovato

Demi's self-love anthem I Love Me will give you the confidence to keep going no matter how hard the workout gets. It will help you last through your routine as Demi keeps telling you that you are good the way you are.

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5- Still Learning - Halsey

Still Learning is the kind of song that will not only take over your workout but your whole day. It's about the struggles of life and how you are always learning to love yourself. It will surely push you to try harder, and even if you fail, you know you're learning.

4- Hands On Your Body - Basixx ft. Frigga

Hands On Your Body is the perfect workout song from Basixx's album, Like a Hurricane. The chords, lyrics, and everything else about the song scream workout to us.

3- Toosie Slide - Drake

Drake dropped his single Toose Slide in April, boasting his choreography in the song ‘It go, right foot up, left foot slide/ Left foot up, right foot slide.’ All you need to do is follow the rappers lead and feel it take your workout to a whole new level.

2- Everything I Wanted - Billie Eilish

Everything I Wanted is Billie's first single after her debut album When We All Fall Asleep. The song is intense yet subtle, making it another great single to go up on your workout playlist.

1- Blinding Lights - The Weeknd

Taken from The Weeknd's album, After Hours, the song is an electro-pop inspired by the 80's dance music and drums. We all love a little 80’s and 90’s in our playlist, and this song deserves to be on every music playlist of 2020.


Why Do You Need a Workout Playlist?

With the new year just around the corner and a long winter ahead, it can be hard to keep your workout goals in sight. But, an ideal workout playlist will keep you on the right track — whether it's yoga or HIIT workout.

While you are on a treadmill or lifting weights, the right beats can help you find a rhythm and keep you going at a steady pace. Some beats are so powerful that they motivate you to stay on track and be excited to continue where you left.

To stir up the excitement, you can use Reduxbuds and make the whole workout session even more enjoyable. You can control the earphones with a single tap and have access to a digital assistant that frees you from your phone screen.

Now that you are here, prepare to come across the best tracks of your favorite singers. From BTS to Shawn Mendes and Halsey, we have got it all.

Wrap Up

There you have it - the best workout music of 2020 to spice up every exercise! These catchy releases of the year will keep you going when you're getting close to reaching your limit.

We hope you have fun gyming with these amazing tunes!