Collaborations are increasingly popular in pop music. While some of this stems from a desire to work together, it also reflects an opportunity for artists to reach each other’s fans. As evidence of this trend, these top 10 workout tracks (voted by users of are credited to 19 different artists. The advantage of a collaboration to an artist is clear, but it also makes for a more varied listen on your end. Put simply, what these tracks lack in eclecticism, they make up for in personnel—and that kind of musical abundance can make for a fun run.

  1. “Remember I Told You” by Nick Jonas, Anne-Marie & Mike Posner—113 BPM
  2. “Most Girls” by Hailee Steinfeld—103 BPM
  3. “Swish Swish” by Katy Perry & Nicki Minaj—120 BPM
  4. “Despacito (Major Lazer & Moska Remix)” by Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee—101 BPM
  5. “Issues (Alan Walker Remix)” by Julia Michaels —115 BPM
  6. “Sounds Good to Me” by Nelly —101 BPM
  7. “That’s What I Like (Alan Walker Remix)” by Bruno Mars —134 BPM
  8. “No Promises” by Cheat Codes & Demi Lovato—114 BPM
  9. “You Don’t Know Me” by Jax Jones & Raye —125 BPM
  10. “Cut to the Feeling” by Carly Rae Jepsen—115 BPM


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