Hey Ms. DJ: The Best Tunes for Your NYE Bash

Get ready to get down.

DJ Brittany Sky (you might recognize her from Kendrick Lamar's "Poetic Justice" music video) is turning your holiday and NYE parties up a few notches with this playlist.

"Change Clothes" by Jay Z, ft. Pharrell: "This warms up a party."

"Celebration" by Kool & The Gang: "My mom loves it; my little brother loves it; everyone loves this song."

"Hold Up (Chiamu Remix)Remix)" by Beyoncé: "People just want to hear Beyoncé. Beyoncé all day."

"1999" by Prince: "It's just fitting."

"Can't Stop The Feeling!" by Justin Timberlake: "I find myself stepping to it."

"This Is What You Came For" by Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna: "You've got to have the songs that make the girls dance.

"Controlla" by Drake: "What are people still going to be listening to? 'Controlla.'"

"Broccoli" by D.R.A.M., ft Lil Yachty: "Everyone's playing 'Broccoli' at all the parties I have been to."

"Luv" by Tory Lanez: "When 'Luv' comes on, everyone finds a partner and starts slow dancing."

"All The Way Up" by Fat Joe and Remy Ma: "People go crazy when it comes on."

"Gypsy Woman" by Crystal Waters: "You go to London, you go anywhere, you play that song everyone knows 'Gypsy Woman'.

"Big Rings" by Drake, ft Future: "For me, this makes me think of progression. 'Big Rings' always works. It makes me feel like you accomplished something, you know? Celebration."

"Let Me Love You" by DJ Snake, ft. Justin Bieber: "Anything featuring Justin Bieber is going to work."

"Love Yuh Bad" by Popcaan: "I'm part West Indian and this song is a song that most people know but they don't know who sings it. I got to stay true to my roots!"

A version of this article appears in the December issue of Marie Claire, on newsstands now.