If you like to sing karaoke songs with your family members, keep reading about the best karaoke songs for families. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. Karaoke is a compound word from Japanese Kara word, which means “empty” and okestera that means orchestra. It’s extremely popular and a great pastime. If you don’t feel brave enough to sing alone, then singing with your family can be the best idea for you.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of best karaoke songs for families from their list. The song “Shake It Off” is recorded by the American singer and songwriter Taylor Swift for her fifth album called “1989” which was released in 2014. ”Shake It Off” is an uptempo dance-pop track. In September this song was the number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart where it stayed for 50 consecutive weeks. Swift received many awards for this song and it is one of the best karaoke songs for families. The song “My Way” is a very popular song by Frank Sinatra. The lyrics for this song were written by Paul Anka and Claude Francois and shortly became a total success. The song “My Way” was recorded on December 30, 1968, in Los Angeles, and it was released by Frank Sinatra in 1969. Many artists have made a cover of this song including Elvis Presley and the Sex Pistols, but Frank Sinatra’s version spent 75 weeks in the U.K. Top 40 and it still holds its record. LeeAnn Womack recorded “I Hope You Dance” with Sons of the Desert and it is one of the best country pop songs. This song was written by Tia Sillers and Mark Sanders, and it also found its place on Womack’s 2000 album. Shortly after its release, this song took the fourteenth place on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. “I Hope You Dance” also won many awards, and it was nominated for the Song Of The Year.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 20 best karaoke songs for families.


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