The perfect pregame intro song for any team with a wild animal as its mascot—think Lions, Jaguars or Cougars. Did you know Jim Carrey once performed the song? Well, almost. A recent addition to the arena music canon, Atlanta rapper T. Used by many teams around the country, but none better than the University of Wisconsin. The Badgers play the song before the fourth quarter of every home game at Camp Randall, and the stadium literally shakes as the many thousands jump in concert with the song. This might be the original stadium song. The crowd at Kalamazoo's Wings Stadium went nuts. Have an athlete with a two-syllable last name on your team? Fans of the song will be happy to know Blur is still going.
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If you've ever owned any of the Jock Jams albums, you know that there are some songs that sporting events just can't help but play. For whatever reason, these songs get fans fired up and on their feet during a game, hoping to inspire performances from the players. Sure, this might be every drunk sorority girl's go-to karaoke song, but while you plug your ears at every singing bar Thursday through Saturday, you get up and dance each time it plays at a sporting event. We all know the words, so go ahead and get out of your seat to try and get on that Jumbotron man! Though it's from the early 90s, this crowd-pleaser still gets the youngest of fans ready for whatever sport they're watching.
Now that it's late September, we're at last headed into that most hallowed time of the year for sports fans: That magical month or so where all four major American sports are active at once. Baseball is gearing up for its postseason, football is officially in full swing, pucks are being dropped in the hockey preseason and basketball practice gyms nationwide are finally seeing their doors creaked open. And for us sports fans who can't turn off the musical part of our brain, this time of the year means one thing above all else: a steady diet of jock jams. What is a jock jam? Well, in the '90s it was whatever ESPN defined it as for the purposes of their series of Jock Jams compilations : Most often, hip-hop-flavored dance-pop bangers which implicitly and sometimes explicitly promoted physical movement of any and all kinds. It's a canon that spans rock, hip-hop, dance and country, and still includes pop songs as old as the '50s and as new as last week.
Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Sports and music go hand-in-hand. Whether we're watching a hockey game, taking in a soccer match, or hanging out at the ballpark, when fans sit down in their stadium or arena of choice, we want something other than the in-game action to get our blood pumping.