Capital FM's Biggest Floor Fillers Of 2012

Check out the ten biggest ten songs guaranteed to get everyone on the dance floor as 2012 comes to an end.

The party season is in full swing and 2013 is just hours away, so it's time to leave your Christmas onesie at home, throw on some of your best raving shoes and hit the dance floor.

To celebrate the new year, Capital has put together the ultimate floor fillers playlist for help you get ready in style - or to give your house party the hottest DJ in town.

Featuring all of the biggest hits of 2012 - from Usher's 'Scream' to Cheryl Cole's 'Call My Name' - this is the only playlist you need to listen to before the clock strikes midnight.

It's time to party like it's 2013! So keep it Capital as we look at some of the biggest floor fillers from 2012.

1.
Usher - 'Scream'

One of the hits of the summer, Usher's 'Scream' is one of the ultimate dance floor fillers from the past twelve months. Usher likes it so much he ripped his top off when he performed it at the Summertime Ball in June.
2.
Cheryl Cole - 'Call My Name'

Cheryl Cole - sorry, Cheryl - made her solo comeback in style at the start of the year with the Calvin Harris-produced 'Call My Name'. Make sure you turn it up load!
3.
Example - 'Say Nothing'

He's been the king of the dance floor in recent years, but Example managed to raise his game even higher with the massive anthem 'Say Nothing', which was another hit of the summer.
4.
Rita Ora - 'Hot Right Now'

The lyrics might not be appropriate for the winter months, but that doesn't stop DJ Fresh's 'Hot Right Now', which features 2012 breakthrough artist Rita Ora, from being one of the definitive tracks to welcome 2013.
5.
David Guetta Feat. Sia - 'Titanium'

What do you get when you put David Guetta and Sia on the same song? The answer: a club banger! Make sure you use this one to soundtrack your new year.
6.
Swedish House Mafia - 'Don't You Worry Child'

They might have called it quits on performing live on 2012, but that's not stopped Swedish House Mafia from making some amazing floor fillers, including the massive 'Don't You Worry Child'.
7.
Rudimental - 'Feel The Love'

Rudimental hit the mainstream in 2012 thanks to the incredible 'Feel The Love' featuring John Newman. Surely this track is guaranteed to be on every DJs' New Year setlist.
8.
Calvin Harris Feat. Ne-Yo - 'Let's Go'

Calvin Harris continued to dominate the music scene in 2012, following up his Rihanna-featuring 'We Found Love' with collaborations with Tinie Tempah, Ellie Goulding, Example and this gem, 'Let's Go', featuring Ne-Yo. All the songs feature on his latest solo album '18 Months'.
9.
Chris Brown - 'Turn Up The Music'

While the tabloids have been focusing on his on-off relationship with Rihanna, Chris Brown has continued to release hit after hit, including the anthem 'Turn Up The Music'.
10.
Will.i.am And Britney Spears - 'Scream & Shout'

Finally, the most recent hit on our list of floor fillers from 2012, it's Britney b**ch... and Will.i.am on the impossibly catchy 'Scream And Shout'. Turn it up!
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