What music can you recommend to have sex on?

  • “Don’t” – Bryson Tiller
  • “Marvins Room” – Drake
  • “The Morning” – The Weeknd
  • “Or Nah” (featuring the Weeknd, Wiz Khalifa and DJ Mustard) – Ty Dolla $ign
  • “Lotus Flower Bomb” (featuring Miguel) – Wale
  • “L$D” – A$AP Rocky
  • “Crew Love”– Drake
  • “Sorry” – Rick Ross
  • “Swimming Pools (Drank)” – Kendrick Lamar
  • “Love Yourz” – J. Cole

What are the Top 10 Music Festivals where you can have sex?

  1. Electric Forest
  2. Bonnaroo
  3. Burning Man
  4. Ultra
  5. EDC (Electric Daisy Festival)
  6. Coachella
  7. Austin City Limits
  8. Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival
  9. SXSW: South by Southwest
  10. iHeartRadio Music Festival

Did Shakespeare get it right? Are there tested effects of background music on wining, dining, lovemaking?

ANSWER: The Bard knew his brain-body basics, says Los Angeles ethnomusicologist Elizabeth Miles, author of “Tune Your Brain: Using Music to Manage Your Mind, Body and Mood.”

The first place music hits after coming through your ears is the hypothalamus, home of basic drives from hunger to lust. “So if a song has ever made you look at a member of the opposite sex with a fresh eye, that’s why.”

Next, the electrical impulses of music move through the entire nervous system, either speeding up or slowing down its function. Choose something loud and upbeat and it’s a sort of musical Viagra, increasing circulation and breathing rate. Go low and slow and it’s more like drinking a glass of wine. Either route can provide a libidinal boost, depending upon your disposition.

Various studies have found slow background music can slow the speed of eating, good for digestion and dieting and for enjoying a long, sociable meal. Loud and fast music can speed up your intake rate, a reason why rock and roll rules at some restaurants looking to rack up big dinner checks.

As for lovemaking, in a groundbreaking experiment by psychologist Avram Goldstein, people rated the thrills they get from music even higher than sex, complete with graphic descriptions of what tingles where during the best passages.

Can listening to music increase your chance of having sex?

Cueing up some “mood music” before putting the moves on your partner is kind of the standard go-to when it comes to the art of seduction. There are real reasons for this. It turns out, people who listen to music out loud (versus through headphones) have a much higher chance of sealing the deal. The data speaks for itself.

According to a 30,000-person survey conducted by neuroscientist Daniel J. Leviti (in partnership with, of course, a sound-system company), if you have music on in your home, your chances of getting laid dramatically increase.

Sixty-seven of those surveyed reported that they have more sex when music is on regularly at their houses. The study also found that those who listen to music at home spend an average of 3 hours and 13 minutes more time together than those who don’t. That is some much-needed intimacy.

Can Music Influence Who You Choose to Have Sex With?

Have you ever been out with your wife or girlfriend and your favorite sexy song comes on, and out of nowhere, you’re ready to get down? Of course you have. It’s science.

According to a study published in the Journal of Media Psychology, certain pop music can actually influence your interest in a potential sexual partner. The study found that participants who listened to sexually suggestive music before judging possible partners were much more inclined to want to have sex.

Now, pop music might not be your first choice, but those lyrics are pretty damn suggestive. When the words pumping through the speakers are all about sex, you’ll probably wind up with sex on the brain.

Can Music Make It Easier to Approach the Person You’re Into?

When you have the right music, you’re capable of anything. Including, apparently, getting a date. According to a According to a French study, listening to positive music might make it easier to approach a potential mate. Researchers broke subjects into two groups. One listened to romantic music, and the other, neutral sounds.

Results found that female subjects who listened to romantic songs were more receptive to male interest than those who did not. So if you’re interested in picking someone up, cross your fingers there’s R&B on the stereo and not, say, the sounds of the forest.

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