The Top 25 Entrepreneur Theme Songs

The Top 25 Entrepreneur Theme Songs

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Music has the power to inspire and move us all, sometimes when the energy levels are running a little low and our focus is off we turn to music for the answer. You need music that will pump you up or to be more creative.

So we have created a list of the top 25 most inspiring songs for Entrepreneurs to spark the inner “Go-Getter” in you.

 

25 Songs That Entrepreneurs Listen To!

 

Drake – Started From The Bottom

 

Ima Robot – Greenback Boogie

 

Aloe Blacc – I Need A Dollar

 

O’Jays – For The Love of The Money

 

50 Cent – I Get Money

 

John Mayer – Bigger Than My Body

 

Jay-Z – So Ambitious

 

The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army

 

Eminem – Lose Yourself

 

The Script & Will.i.Am – Hall Of Fame

 

The Game, 50 Cent – Hate It Or Love It

 

Journey – Don’t Stop Believin

 

Jay-Z ft. Alicia Keys – Empire State of Mind

 

Rudimental – Not Giving In ft. John Newman & Alex Clare

 

Travie McCoy & Bruno Mars – Billionaire

 

Phil Collins – In The Air Tonight

 

Bon Jovi – It’s My Life

 

Kanye West – Stronger

 

Kevin Rudolf – I Made It ft. Lil Wayne, Birdman & Jay Sean

 

Eminem – Take It All

 

Wiz Khalifa – Work Hard, Play Hard

 

OneRepublic – Good Life

 

Diddy ft. Skylar Grey – Coming Home

 

FUN – Carry On

 

Fabolous – Breathe

 

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20 COMMENTS

  1. Can’t say I like, or have even listened to most of these. Being a child of the 70s, I can only identify with 4 of them. I’m agreeing with others here – “Hurt” by Johnny Cash doesn’t really jive with the context of the rest of the list – but to each his own.

  2. Miley Cyrus ‘The Climb” – it was before she went a little weird but very inspirational.

    Also an oldie Cindi Lauper “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!” – my theme music. Have fun and make money is my motto, cuz if you’re not having fun, then who cares about the money. Life’s too short to not enjoy every moment of it !

  3. I agree with Hurt being on the list, I dont think this song should be there, but then again this is your list, not mine, it could mean something to you that it doesnt mean to me. I respect that.

  4. I can’t help but notice the almost total lack of women in this list. How about ‘Work’ by Iggy Azalea? Diva by Beyonce? Fighter by Christina Aguilera? Run This Town by Rihanna and Jay? Also, why the hell is Hurt by Johnny Cash on here?? How is that motivational at all? Weird.

  5. Great list. Add these to the queue –
    Queen – We Will Rock You
    2 Chainz – We Own It
    Katy Perry – Roar
    Imagine Dragons – Its Time

    And my personal favorite –
    Pacific Rim Soundtrack

  6. Itš funny to see that more than half of those songs were my favorites at some point in my life. I recommend putting on list – “T.I – Go get it”, “Wale – Ambition”, “Meek Mill – Young and getting”, “50 cent – Hustlers Ambition”, “Floyd Mayweather – Champ life”

  7. I would have had Alicia Keys “Superwoman”, or the JB’s “Do it to the Death”, Daft Punk “one more time” we make it happens… Not really a fan of some those rappers, as some seems to live in a man man world lol

  8. No E-40!? I know he isn’t as well known outside of Northern California but his whole career in & outside of rap embodies being an entrepreneur. He even has a song called “entrepreneur”, he created his own record label and is one of the most successful independent rappers ever. Even just released his own line of wine from Napa Valley, Ca. Could probably make a top 25 of his own songs…
    PS–I’m not upset, I just love E-40, mainly because the entrepreneurial spirit that is found in much of his music.

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