What songs best describe the end of the financial year
Take a moment to ponder this question. Is there a song for every situation? We at Kingpin say yes!
Whether you're marking another birthday or celebrating a hen's night, there's songs that fit the bill perfectly. In this case, what about the end of the financial year? At the end of June, there will be countless business teams looking to unwind at Kingpin - enjoying the range of VIP Packages and food patters (and maybe a drink or two).
As the night gets later and the tunes get louder - what are the (financial) songs that should feature on the playlist? Whether you want to belt them out on Karaoke or add them to your Nightlife playlist, these songs will help set the night.
Money, Money, Money (Abba)
This one goes out to all the accountants in the business. Released in 1976 by iconic Swedish pop group Abba, Money, Money, Money is about a woman who works hard, but can't keep her finances in check.
Within your business team, there are certainly individuals who understand these pressures in relation to the financial year. The company might be doing all the right things, but the profits just aren't there. If this is the case, then Money, Money, Money is a great song to mark the start of potential new era.
Gold Digger (Kayne West ft. Jamie Foxx)
Now you may not like Kayne West as a person, but he knows how to produce a catchy song. Gold Digger might be a song about how women only want men for their money, but again you can link the context of this situation to the end of the financial year.
As the different calculations are made, your team might find suppliers where money is being leached with no consequence. This is the time of year when these issues need to be sorted out as you look forward. Of course, as a jam, Gold Digger is an absolute experience in itself.
I Need a Dollar (Aloe Blacc)
This song is on the list for two reasons. Firstly, the title. Making profits is the main aim for all businesses and the end of the financial year is the best point to work out whether you're on the right track.
Secondly, the song itself. The mix of soul, pop and rap means it's easy to dance to as your team unwinds from one of the busiest times of the year.
Although this is a time of reflection, your team also needs to celebrate itself. And the best way to do this is through the magic of song!