10 Songs About Champagne Which Are Still Popular In 2023

Taylor Swift song Champagne Problems is still trending in 2023
Taylor Swift song Champagne Problems is still trending in 2023( Source : youtube )

Songs about champagne are 1. Champagne Life 2. Champagne Problems and Champagne Supernova. Songs about champagne have been trendy since the 1970s.

Champagne symbolizes the wine of happiness and celebration, which presides over all the moments of success and celebration, whether in family, love, or life.

People love champagne because it is a happy drink that depicts status, quality, and prestige.

Many top artists like Taylor Swift, Ne-Yo, Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor, and more have composed songs related to champagne, and all those songs are the symbol of joy and cheerfulness.

Here is the list of 10 songs about champagne to follow in 2023.

1. Champagne Life

Champagne Life is a song by American singer Ne-Yo produced by Dorohn Gough. The song premiered on June 5, 2010.

The producer of the song said that he desired to influence culture with music that felt good and is honored that Ne-Yo allowed him to display the music on a global stage.

The music video premiered on July 14, 2010, along with the video for Beautiful Monster. The video starts with Ne-Yo being a part of a crime-fighting group living a life with money, fame, and woman. It is one of the thematic trilogies of music videos followed by the videos for Beautiful Monster and One in a Million. The official music video amassed 39 million views on Youtube.

An unofficial remix was also released with Rick Ross and Fabolous. Ne-Yo performed the song Champagne Life at Power 106's Powerhouse concert in 2010 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

In the year-end chart of Billboard US Adult R&B Songs, Champagne Life peaked at the 25th position in 2010. Not only in the United States, but the song went popular in Canada, Belgium, and Japan as well.

2. Champagne Problems

Champagne Problems is a song by famous singer Taylor Swift. The track was released on December 11, 2020.

Taylor Swift herself wrote the song with William Bowery and produced by Aaron Dessner. Champagne Problems is a lo-fi balled, written song from the perspective of a girlfriend who turns down her lover's proposal due to her mental health struggles. 

The song outlines the narrator taking superintend for the breakup and mourning the faded relationship. It portrays heartbreak and mental health. 

The track debuted at rank 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot Rock and Alternative Songs chart. Also, it peaked at number 7 on the Rolling Stone Top 100. The song went trending globally, and it was ranked 6 in Canada and Ireland on the Billboard Global 200. Moreover, the music was crazily popular in Australia, Singapore, and Malaysia.

The composition of the song consisted of lo-fi instruments along with oompah piano chords, choir vocals, and guitar arpeggios. It was the second-best performing song, charting at number 12 on the global billboard. 

The official lyric video of the song amassed 35 million views on Youtube, and the music video reached 148K views.

3. Spray The Champagne

Spray The Champagne is a hip-hop rap under the album Yung Rich Nation. The song was released in 2015.

The American hip-hop group Migos sang the track. It was the fifth song of the album to come out before its official release. The track was played at the end of season one of Atlanta. The song is a simple metaphor that alludes to the theme of dynasty and victory.

The young artists of Migos created art in the name of Spray The Champagne, and youths loved the song. The Migos was founded in 2008, and the group was initially composed of Southern rappers. Also, they were nominated for BET Awards for Best Group. They are famous for their southern hip-hop and trap music. 

The official music video of the song was released on July 15, 2015. The video has reached 2.5 million views, and the fans have showered positive reviews in the comments saying that it never gets old and brings back many memories till now.

4. Champagne Supernova

Champagne Supernova is a song by the British rock band Oasis. The song was released on May 13, 1996.

The song was produced by Owen Morris and Noel Gallagher, and the music video, which was directed by Nigel Dick released on February 16, 1996. The song was released in the United States as a radio single, and later it was the number 1 single on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Also, it peaked at number 20 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Airplay and was in the list of top 40 singles on that chart. Oasis performed the song at the MTV Video Music Awards  1996 with the lead vocalist Liam Gallagher. In August 2009, Champagne Supernova became the last original song performed live together and the last song was I Am the Walrus.

Champagne Supernova is one of the most popular tracks in the catalog of bands. The lyrics are entirely referring to the decadence of the rich and famous, and the ways in which they often end up being unhappy and alone.

It has been eight years of the release of the song and to date, the music video of the song amassed massive views of 106 million.

5. Champagne Showers

Champagne Showers is a song by the American EDM pair LMFAO. The song features vocals from British singer Natalia Kills.

The song was inspired by a post-session holiday undertaken by AFL player Jude Bolton and his teammates. It was released on May 26, 2011, and written by Stefan Gordy, David Listenbee, Skyler Gordy, and Kenneth Oliver.

The music video was produced by GoonRock, Redfoo, and Audiobot and was out on June 8, 2011. The song was a big hit in countries like New Zealand, Australia, France, Ireland, and Austria. The song peaked in the Top 10 list of these countries. It was also in the Australian Top 50 for twenty-seven weeks and the French Top 200 for fifty weeks.

The video begins with the duo entering the club, and the viewers are shown as the guests are original shufflers, including Shuffle Bot and Quest Crew. 

It has been 11 years of the release of the song, and the official music video has amassed 276 million views. Also, fans have showered the comment section with many reviews and enjoyed the song.


Champagne Boyz is an English song by AK-69 from the album Road To The Independent King. The song was released in 2011.

AK-69 is a hip-hop artist well-known for his record labels like Flying B Entertainment, Def Jam Japan, and Sony Music Entertainment Japan.

The lyrics and composition combine beautifully to create a tune that isn't just cheerful to listen to but has a message behind it. The official video of the song was released on April 19, 2011. The video amassed 2.3 million views on Youtube.

7. Champagne Dreams

Champagne Dreams is a song by famous singer Gabi DeMartino. The song was released on September 1, 2020.

The official lyric video was released on the same date, followed by the music video, which was out on September 18, 2020, directed by Renata Raksha. Champagne Dreams was a lead single from the debut album of DeMartino titled Paintings of Me. Later, it was titled Beautiful Mess.

The track was removed due to some changes in the genre and the new lyrical composition of the album.

The music video was filmed on August 5, 2020, in Cape May, New Jersey. The video featured Allie Bennicas and Camryn Sullivan, along with the dancers Amanda Spilinga and Amiya Alexander. The lyric video was filmed on May 5, 2020, during a birthday party of Gabi. It was released on the official Vevo channel.

Also, Gabi debuted the song live at her Musikfest special on August 8, 2020. Gabi depicts the song as an ode to his former self, and he said that he had never recorded a song in this rhythmic genre before.

8. Pink Champagne

Pink Champagne is a country song by Carrie Underwood. The song was released in 2022.

The song was released under the album titled Denim and Rhinestones. The album was the ninth studio album by American country singer Carrie Underwood. The album was released on June 10, 2022.

Carrie performed the song on June 14, 2022, in an episode of The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, four days after dropping the album. It is a romantic song and depicts how her romantic love for her partner gives more buzz than pink champagne. She said it is a song that makes her happy when she sings or listens to it. 

Carrie added that the song makes her want to dance and makes her sing into her hairbrush and makes her want to turn it up and have a blast with it. She also said that Pink Champagne is one of her favorite songs on the album.

The lyric video of the song has reached 418K views on Youtube, whereas the video of Carrie's performance amassed 215K views as of now.

9. Champagne Rose

Champagne Rose is a song by the artist Quavo from his debut solo album Quavo Huncho. The song features famous singers like Cardi B and Madonna.

The song was released on October 12, 2018, and written by Brittany Talia Hazzard, Quavious Marshall, Rasool Diaz, and Shane Lindstrom.

The official audio song of Champagne Rose has crossed more than six lakh views.

10. Blue Champagne

Blue Champagne is a song by an American bandleader Jimmy Dorsey. The song was recorded on April 29, 1941.

The song featured vocals by singer Bob Eberly and was written by Grady Walts, Jimmy Eaton, and Frank Ryerson. It was first released by Jimmy Dorsey in 1941 on Decca Records. It topped the list of Billboard's National Best-Selling Records chart of that time.

Other recordings included Xavier Cugat, Freddy Martin, Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke, and Anita O'Day. The famous cricketer Glenn Maxwell also performed the song with his orchestra and released another version of it.

It has been nine years of the release of the official audio song of Blue Champagne. The video has reached 327K views on Youtube.

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