The Top 5 Sexy Songs by Aussie Artists

According to, the early Australian pop scene is about narratives of immigrants, female singers, and famous activities and events in Australia. As a matter of fact, Australian pop music is among the booming musical exports of the country. Among the biggest pop icons back then are Bee Gees, John Farnham and Olivia Newton-John. TV soap operas also gave birth to prominent pop stars, including The Chantoozies, Kylie Minogue and Delta Goodrem.

Over the past 50 years, there are a lot of Australian pop artists who have influenced and made a mark in today’s music industry. In addition, usual upbeat pop music transformed to pop rock, soul pop, slow pop and disco pop, among others. Here is our list of today’s sexy pop songs that you could play while having liaison with the ladies.

The Top 5 Sexy Songs by Aussie Artists

This Brisbane-born pop artist made headlines after releasing his debut single ‘Please Don’t Go’. Aside from his blue eyes and obviously sexy image, Joel Adams became an instant hit because of his soulful, pop music. His crystal-clear tone and the song’s warm lyrics make ‘Please Don’t Go’ a perfect mood setter. The song also has everything: lyrics, emotions and pop rhythm.

  • Take Me When You Go by Betty Who

Betty Who is a Sydney native who is currently making his mark in the United States. Her single ‘Take Me When You Go’ is about love, breakups and maturity. This being said, the song is catchy and sensual. It is euphoric and got some reflective moments. If you want to hear romanticism, pluckiness and playfulness rolled in one music, you better check Betty Who’s ‘Take Me When You Go’.

  • Never Be Like You by Flume feat. Kai

‘Never Be Like You’ tackles distractions encountered in a relationship, which are just fleeting and not worth it. The EDM side of the song plus the synonymous trap and bass makes it an eargasmic experience. The vocals are also great, and you can feel the sexual tension imbued in the song.

  • Salted Wound by Sia

Speaking of sexy, Sia’s ‘Salted Wound’ is actually a soundtrack of the film Fifty Shades of Grey. The song is full of emotion, but still gives this haunting, sexual feeling.

  • On Your Side by The Veronicas

The Veronicas is the epitome of the modern-day Australian pop music scene. Their single ‘On Your Side’ projects EDM-pop realness. The song has serious hooks and showcases their captivating vocals.