Beat Saber is a Virtual Reality game with great music, cool light shows, glowing walls to avoid, and laser swords to cut through boxes.
What could make it even better?
How about playing songs that YOU like or i say some Custom Beat Saber Songs?
Yes, there are people who make unique maps to make your dreams come true.
This game is probably one of the best reasons to buy one of the most popular VR glasses on the market.
Now, when it first came out, it only had ten songs, but its great sales have led to official song packs with songs from Imagine Dragons, Panic at the Disco!, Linkin Park, and many more.
Still, a great musical Jedi can never have too many songs to sing.
When you’re done with the original song packs, you can add more songs with the help of modders. There are a lot of user-made custom songs to choose from.
I’ve put together a list of some of the best original songs you can add to Beat Saber right now so you don’t have to search the Internet for them.
All of these are fun to play, and you’ll be busy with them for a while.
- 45. Last Dance (Custic Remix) – by Dua Lipa (made by bennydabeast)
- 44. Pompeii – by Bastille (made by dietmoxie)
- 43. Beat It – by Michael Jackson (made by freeek)
- 42. Sandstorm – by Darude (made by skylarwallace)
- 41. Shatter Me – by Lindsey Stirling ft. Lzzy Hale (made by StoicBlue)
- 40. Under the Sea – Samuel E. Wright
- 39. Caramelldansen – Caramella Girls
- 38. It’s Tricky – Run DMC
- 37. Ievan Polka – Miku Hatsune
- 36. Bonfire – Knife Party
- 35. Rasputin (Funk Overload)
- 34. Revenge – CaptainSparklez ft. TryHardNinja
- 33. Hornet – Hollow Knight OST
- 32. Cheeki Breeki Hardbass
- 31. Toss A Coin To Your Witcher – Joey Batey
- 30. Legends Never Die – League of Legends ft. Against the Current
- 29. Baba Yetu – Christopher Tin
- 28. Du Hast – Rammstein
- 27. Animals (Radio Edit) – Martin Garrix
- 26. Blinding Lights – The Weeknd
- 25. Kung Fu Fighting – CeeLo Green ft. Jack Black
- 24. Tokyo Chopp ft. Shiki – HentaiDude (Moe Shop Remix)
- 23. Disco Lady – Nanidato
- 22. Wet A** P**** – Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion
- 21. Gloom – Geoxor
- 20. Stressed Out – Twenty One Pilots
- 19. Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars
- 18. YoiYoi Kokon – REOL
- 17. Venom of Venus – Powerwolf
- 16. Technologic – Daft Punk
- 15. At DOOM’s Gate – Mick Gordon
- 14. Fuji Opener – Skrillex ft. Alvin Risk (Virtual Riot & Xomega Remix)
- 13. Flamingo – Kero Kero Bonito
- 12. Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
- 11. Daddy – PSY
- 10. Whatever It Takes – Imagine Dragons
- 9. Gangnam Style – PSY
- 8. Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5 ft. Christina Aguilera
- 7. Shut Up and Dance – WALK THE MOON
- 6. New Rules – Dua Lipa
- 5. Believer – Imagine Dragons (100k ver.)
- 4. Analys – Hayako
- 3. The Wall – ABIS & Signal & Tasha Baxter (Buunshin Remix)
- 2. Mr. Blue Sky – Electric Light Orchestra
- 1. Midnight Lady – Dirty Androids
45. Last Dance (Custic Remix) – by Dua Lipa (made by bennydabeast)
This song is easy to play because it is smooth, on beat, and sharp. It’s even better because the chorus is different and the singers are so nice.
44. Pompeii – by Bastille (made by dietmoxie)
Play the drums almost?
You’ll feel like you’re rocking out on stage with a 360-degree drumset when you listen to this song.
Just be careful not to hit your audience.
43. Beat It – by Michael Jackson (made by freeek)
If the walls are your favorite part of the game, this one is for you.
They are put in in such a smart way that they make you want to dance.
Even the patterns in the boxes and bombs make you move to the beat more than normal.
42. Sandstorm – by Darude (made by skylarwallace)
This song is special to me because it was the first one I beat on Expert+, but if you play it, you’ll understand why it’s on this list.
This song is perfect, with boxes right on the marked notes and patterns that match the beat.
If you can keep up, you have to play.
41. Shatter Me – by Lindsey Stirling ft. Lzzy Hale (made by StoicBlue)
The version that nitronikexe posted is also very good.
If the number of boxes and the speed of this song don’t scare you off, you should try it.
This song’s powerful singing and (of course) violin take it to a whole new level, which is why it’s at the top of this list.
There are a lot of bombs, so be careful.
40. Under the Sea – Samuel E. Wright
Let’s take it easy to start.
The Little Mermaid was a big hit when it came out in theaters in 1989, and it has been re-released on VHS, DVD, and Blu-Ray so many times that everyone has seen it at least once.
One of the most remembered parts is “Under the Sea,” a song that Sebastian, a cute crustacean, and an orchestra of other sea creatures sing together. They talk about how good life is “under the sea.”
It’s tropical and clearly influenced by Caribbean sounds like calypso and reggae. This classic jam is a great way to warm up.
39. Caramelldansen – Caramella Girls
When I was a kid, I spent more time on the Internet than at the playground. I still remember how popular “Caramelldansen” was in the middle of the 2000s, especially among people who watched anime.
It was one of the first jokes, and it quickly spread.
Thanks to beat mapper Dack, you can now enjoy this Eurodance pop jam. He placed hurdles and blocks in creative ways so that the player can do this caramel dance.
As you work up a sweat, you’ll think about better times.
38. It’s Tricky – Run DMC
The fourth and final single from Run DMC’s Raising Hell record was a big hit back in the day, and its catchy beat is great for getting you going.
Even though the song is 30 years old, it’s still fun to dance to it in the age of VR.
It was also carefully mapped by Joetastic, which usually means it has a great flow and fun block note patterns.
This is a great choice for a workout song that will make you feel good.
37. Ievan Polka – Miku Hatsune
Like Caramelldansen, Loituma’s “Ievan Polka” became famous around the world because of a meme that put the song with a clip from the shounen show Bleach where Orihime spins a leek.
Over time, Miku Hatsune’s voice took the place of Loituma’s, and the song became famous again, this time as one of the Vocaloid’s first hits.
Even now, I still hear this song in my head every once in a while.
Thanks to Franktar, I can dance away the song that keeps getting stuck in my head.
36. Bonfire – Knife Party
Bo- bo- bo- bo- bo- bonfire!
Who hasn’t heard that famous sound clip?
In 2012, “Bonfire” by the Australian band Knife Party was a hit among electro-house and dubstep fans, and it works surprisingly well with Beat Saber.
Slimyblob’s beat mapping is top-notch, with strong patterns that will get your body moving.
This song is also great because of the great Chroma light show that goes with it.
35. Rasputin (Funk Overload)
If you haven’t heard this song, you must have been living under a rock for the past few years.
It became well-known because of this video, which has been watched over 100 million times on YouTube.
This dance/electronic bop tells the story of Grigori Rasputin, who was said to have loved the Russian Empress Alexandra even though he was not a normal person.
This funky beat will make you feel like you’re being taken over, and the person who made it, Jobas, made sure to map it so that you’ll have to move around a lot, which will make you sweat.
It’s something that will go down in history.
34. Revenge – CaptainSparklez ft. TryHardNinja
“Revenge,” a Minecraft-themed version of Usher’s “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love Again,” is another song that became popular because of YouTube.
During the height of the Minecraft craze, popular Minecraft streamer CaptainSparklez did this version and put it out for everyone to hear.
It will make you think about how the creative building game took over YouTube.
It was mapped by Joetastic, so you can expect it to be of high quality and have a lot of movement. Fans of the blocky sandbox adventure will enjoy this fun warm-up.
33. Hornet – Hollow Knight OST
“Hornet,” the theme song for the Hollow Knight character with the same name, is also about games, but it has a much darker tone.
During the fight against this needle-and-thread user, you probably weren’t able to really listen to it because you were probably fighting for your life and barely dodging her attacks.
Still, you’ll know this song as soon as you start slicin’ to it.
Even if Hollow Knight isn’t your thing, this map by Skaiamechanic is always interesting and flows very well. Just try it!
32. Cheeki Breeki Hardbass
I’ve heard this song a lot because I like the famous Slavic YouTuber Boris.
And it’s still fun for me!
During the last 20 years, Hardbass became a bit of a craze in Eastern Europe.
Slowly, it became associated with the Gopnik subculture, which is mostly known for wearing Adidas bodysuits and sitting while drinking vodka.
This video is what made “Cheeki Breeki Hardbass” a well-known joke.
Its fast beat is great for working out.
But if you want to really feel like you’re in Gopnik, you’ll need to start with some vodka.
31. Toss A Coin To Your Witcher – Joey Batey
For something much more current, try this map of the best song that the bard Jaskier played in the 2019 version of The Witcher on Netflix.
In a way, the song is clear advertising for Geralt.
But since we all like the monster hunter with superpowers, I don’t think anyone will say anything.
Keep in mind that when Holair put down blocks, he paid more attention to the words than to the beat.
This is for you if Geralt’s experiences have made you want to go on your own.
30. Legends Never Die – League of Legends ft. Against the Current
League of Legends has been one of the most popular online games for almost a decade.
And I’m sure that when they’re not slicing blocks to catchy beats, many Beat Saber fans are also working hard to get to the Challenger level.
This song was made to promote the 2017 League of Legends World Championship. Even if you don’t like the game, you’ll probably agree that it’s one of the most exciting and inspiring songs out there.
This one is great for those of you who like to imagine yourself as brave heroes fighting evil while you work out. This song is definitely hard to get through.
29. Baba Yetu – Christopher Tin
This may seem like an odd choice, but I like the game Civilization.
And being able to dance to the main song of Civ IV is a dream come true.
It’s great for a warm-up or cool-down because the beat isn’t too fast and won’t make you jump around right away.
Majorpickle, a well-known mapmaker, also added some interesting random patterns here and there, so it never gets boring even though it’s not that intense.
Even people who are really good at deep strategic historical simulators need to show off their skills once in a while, right?
Fun fact: If you don’t know Swahili, you can’t tell, but the words to this song are the Lord’s Prayer in Swahili, which is the common language of East Africa.
28. Du Hast – Rammstein
On the other end of the “chill” range is Rammstein’s very popular song “Du Hast.”
When their second album, Sehnsucht, came out in 1997, this song quickly became something of a culture ambassador for Germany.
It is the best song to listen to if you are just starting to learn German.
Kolezan did a great job of capturing the aggressive energy of this metal song when he mapped it. It uses a shorter version of the original song so it doesn’t sound boring or repeated.
27. Animals (Radio Edit) – Martin Garrix
Few songs made as big of a splash in 2013 as “Animals” by Martin Garrix. It was a hit during the EDM revolution of the early 2010s.
This big room house song comes back in Beat Saber as a small room VR dancing bop. It was mapped by Joetastic and StyngMe.
It has a lot of fun themes that you won’t find anywhere else. It’s a better way to enjoy this jam than to get so drunk in a club that you pass out.
It also won’t make you feel bad the next day.
26. Blinding Lights – The Weeknd
EDM is still well-liked.
But in the past few years, new music styles like synthpop and synthwave have become more popular. “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd is a great example.
It’s the second song from their most recent album, After Hours.
It went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in several countries around the world in just a few days, making it The Weeknd’s most successful song to date.
With this map made by Xcheesy, you can dance and slice to this 80s-style beat and get the most out of this song without even leaving your house.
25. Kung Fu Fighting – CeeLo Green ft. Jack Black
If you’d rather spend your time “Kung Fu Fighting” than dancing, this song from the great 2008 film Kung Fu Panda by DreamWorks is for you.
It sounds a little bit like Chinese music, which makes sense since that’s where most of the movie’s ideas come from.
This makes it more real and helps you feel like you’re in the windy Chinese mountains as you slice and dice to Sturmi’s great beat map.
I promise you’ll have a great time playing it.
It’s one of those upbeat, energizing songs that are great for getting a Beat Saber practice going.
24. Tokyo Chopp ft. Shiki – HentaiDude (Moe Shop Remix)
“Tokyo Chopp” by Hentai Dude is another great song with Asian influences. The well-known French electro-pop artist Moe Shop has now remixed this song.
This is one of the few “different” songs to make it into Beat Saber. It has a strong 80s vibe and even some rap.
Moe Shop’s mix is in a style called “Future Funk,” which is fairly new but has been getting a lot of attention from anime and lo-fi fans in recent years.
This mix of American rap culture and anime themes from Japan, which was remixed by a French DJ, is a refreshing blast of different cultures.
23. Disco Lady – Nanidato
Nanidato’s “Disco Lady” is another great example of future funk in Beat Saber. It samples Tomato n’ Pine’s famous “Wanna Dance!”
Compared to our last post, this one is a lot less clear.
And the song that was copied is a great way to learn about Japanese funk.
Etan mapped the song, just like he did with the last one, and it has the same great flow and easy-to-read notes.
22. Wet A** P**** – Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion
Whether Cardi and Megan’s explicit song about sexual pleasure makes you feel powerful or uneasy, you can’t deny its huge success around the world. It was only a matter of time before Beat Saber got it.
It’s a raunchy, no-holds-barred bop with a heavy beat that will make your behind move like nothing else.
Make sure you have a bucket and a mop on hand to clean up the sweat you’ll leave on the floor after playing this song a few times.
21. Gloom – Geoxor
If you don’t like Cardi B’s long list of great songs, you might like something slow and quiet.
“Gloom” by Geoxor has been at the top of most of my Spotify sets for a while, and this beautiful map is one of the best ways to listen to it.
Even though Minething’s layout is perfect and easy for players of all skill levels to understand, it’s the great light show that makes this custom track great.
Just remember that you’ll need a strong machine if you want to play this sensory experience.
20. Stressed Out – Twenty One Pilots
Twenty One Pilots shocked the world with their song “Stressed Out” in 2015. It was one of the most popular songs from their Blurryface record.
This song, like the rest of the record, is about how hard it is to find your place in the world and grow up in a capitalist society where money and moving up seem to be the only real values.
I can’t think of a better block mapper than Joetastic to do this millennial jam justice, and its enjoyable flow is the best way to sweat out all the cortisol from your busy life.
19. Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars
If our last post was too sad to put on your workout playlist, try this great map of Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk.”
Bruno Mars sings the song, which is why most people remember him and not the person who wrote it.
It’s not all that hard.
But BennyDaBeast’s perfect mapping and smooth flow make this feel-good bop even better.
This song has a little bit of everything, whether you like boogie, disco, funk, or pop. Just try it!
18. YoiYoi Kokon – REOL
Back in the East, famous J-Pop band REOL performs a song that sounds like it was made for Beat Saber, especially when you watch the official music video.
Kolezan also used that version of the song for this Beat Saber map by chance. The author says that the fireworks at the end of the movie are an important part of the song and a great target for BS.
This song feels exciting because of the way the lights change. Like a music gathering in the open air.
But they aren’t too wild, so you won’t get dizzy by the end.
17. Venom of Venus – Powerwolf
If you like fast-paced songs but don’t really like Japanese singing, you might like “Venom of Venus” by Powerwolf, which is on their 2018 album The Sacrament of Sin.
This power metal band is good at writing songs about the Bible and… werewolves? I don’t know where the mix comes from, but it sure is awesome.
It’s fun and exciting, and Cyrix’s high-intensity patterns fit this uplifting song perfectly.
16. Technologic – Daft Punk
As a teen, I first heard “Technologic” by Daft Punk when I was watching MTV.
And even though the movie that went with it was very scary, I loved the song to pieces.
This 2005 hit by the French electro-rock duo gets the feeling of a technologically advanced and industrialized society where everything is fast and set up like a production line.
The same feeling comes through in Awfulnaut’s mapping, which uses barriers to match the beat and get you moving to this upbeat, if a little strange, song.
15. At DOOM’s Gate – Mick Gordon
Here’s one that will make you feel good in your ears, eyes, and body all at once.
This great mapping of Mick Gordon’s famous DOOM track was made as part of the Extra Sensory event, in which writers like CyanSnow used several mods to make complex custom wall maps.
The result is a musical trip through the gates of hell, with lots of fire and lava, and even some devilish images like upside-down pentagrams to scare your religious family members in VR.
Really different if you like killing demons.
14. Fuji Opener – Skrillex ft. Alvin Risk (Virtual Riot & Xomega Remix)
Skrillex may not be as famous as he was during the Age of Dubstep, but he is still very busy, and “Fuji Opener” is one of his best recent works.
The song, which came out in 2019, is creative and a little bit crazy.
This is reflected in Pkdan’s beat mapping, which has short, random patterns that will take speed and focus to clear.
I really like how the song builds up to the main bass drop, which is crazy and will catch you off guard the first time you hear it.
13. Flamingo – Kero Kero Bonito
Have you ever thought how many shrimp you’d have to eat to turn pink?
This song by the English band Kero Kero Bonito may not have the answer, but it does have a nice message about equality that people all over the world liked.
Its popularity was also helped a lot by its cute and upbeat style, which works pretty well as a Beat Saber game.
Etan, who made it, did it justice with almost perfect planning. It’s just right, like this song. It’s not too fast, and it doesn’t have too many notes.
12. Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
“Flamingo” may have touched people all over the world, but it will never come close to the huge success and cultural impact of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” from 1979.
Even though other mappers have tried to make this song work in Beat Saber, this one by Jokidum is the closest to Freddie Mercury’s glory.
It never gets boring or repetitive, which is a big deal when you’re making a six-minute track.
And it’s also kind of hard. But the epic words will give you strength to keep going.
11. Daddy – PSY
PSY’s song “Daddy” has one of the strangest music videos I’ve seen in a while, but it also has a catchy beat and flow that is typical of Korean artists.
It didn’t do half as well as the artist’s first international hit, “Gangnam Style,” but I think it’s a better song and a great fit for Beat Saber.
Just a few seconds into the song, Fafurion’s expert mapping will have you dancing around like an idiot. He uses hurdles and blocks to make you swing your hips and flail your arms around like a crazy person.
Just don’t get so excited that you jump into a wall.
10. Whatever It Takes – Imagine Dragons
Imagine Dragons songs always seem to fit Beat Saber in a strange way, especially when paired with a great light show and accurate maps.
I love how Baxter395’s block patterns have a very cool flow, and they are also a great way to work out.
It has patterns that are hard on your body and require you to jump, dodge, and even squat to keep your run going.
Before you try this difficult track, make sure you know where you are.
9. Gangnam Style – PSY
PSY’s “Gangnam Style” has to be one of the most popular songs of the last ten years. It’s also one of my favorite songs of all time.
This K-Pop song became a huge pop culture thing in 2012, and its effects are still being felt almost a decade later.
GreatYazer, an expert planner, uses walls and note blocks in creative ways to make you do the famous cowboy-like dance. This is the only way to enjoy the song.
It’s fast-paced, gets your blood moving, and you probably already know the dance, so give it a try.
8. Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5 ft. Christina Aguilera
The great chemistry between Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera helped “Moves Like Jagger” become Maroon 5’s second single to hit #1 on the American charts.
It was also the number one song in more than 15 other countries, and it might be their best song to date.
Like our last entry, this track, which was mapped by Baxter395, has a lot of artistically placed walls that make you swing and sway to the beat and keep you moving from beginning to end.
This is the one to choose if you want to sweat a lot while having a great time.
7. Shut Up and Dance – WALK THE MOON
The biggest hit by WALK THE MOON is also one of the most popular songs right now in the Beat Saber group, and for good reason.
When it comes to making interesting shapes, mapper BennyDaBeast knows what works and what doesn’t. It’s also nice to have a solid learning curve and a wide range of choices for how hard the game is.
Even the hardest levels may be too easy for some expert players, but it’s still a lot of fun and will have you sweating in no time.
6. New Rules – Dua Lipa
So you broke up with your guy. You’re heartbroken and don’t know if you’ll ever get over it.
What should a girl do?
Play “New Rules” by Dua Lipa, a song about empowering women, on Beat Saber, of course.
In this song, an English singer gives a list of rules for getting over your ex. The rules are set to a catchy tropical house beat that will help you remember them when you need them.
This entry is also mapped by BennyDaBeast, just like the last one, and it has the same high-quality layouts and well-thought-out difficulty levels.
5. Believer – Imagine Dragons (100k ver.)
As I said before, Imagine Dragons and Beat Saber go together like peanut butter and jelly, and “Believer” is the best example of this.
This song is on Beat Saber’s public list, so you can find it there.
But Rustic’s planning is better than the original by a lot.
Everything in this song works together to make the best possible experience, and it will remember you why this song was such a huge hit around the world.
4. Analys – Hayako
If you want a track that will take you on a trip, this map of Hayako’s “Analys” will do more than enough.
It was made for the Extra Sensory event, and it has a weird unique wall map that is different from anything else in Beat Saber.
The truth is, it’s a beautiful plan.
And it will take a lot of skill to get through.
3. The Wall – ABIS & Signal & Tasha Baxter (Buunshin Remix)
“The Wall,” which was mapped by a skilled artist named Rustic, is another track that will take you on a visual trip.
This song gets a lot of support and praise online, and it’s easy to see why. Rustic is not only interesting because of its light show, but also because of the designs it makes with its blocks.
If you let your thought wander too much, you might even start to forget notes.
The only bad thing about this great song is that it needs a strong processor to run properly, so only people with access to the best technology will be able to enjoy it to its fullest.
2. Mr. Blue Sky – Electric Light Orchestra
This 1977 song by Electric Light Orchestra was made popular by Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Its style is very different from most Beat Saber songs, which is part of what makes it so appealing.
GreatYazer, an expert mapper, uses unique patterns that bring out the Baby Groot in you to make this song, which is usually calm and easy to play, very exciting to play.
1. Midnight Lady – Dirty Androids
The top spot on our list goes to another one of Reaxt’s Extra Sensory creations, the biggest and most amazing one so far.
“Midnight Lady” by Dirty Androids has a wall map with a stunning light show that puts players in a vaporwave Japanese skyline that goes well with Beat Saber’s cyberpunk theme.
In other words, it looks awesome.
The mapping is, of course, just as good.
It’s not as hard as some of the other things on our list, but it will get you moving to the beat and help you get into this whole physical experience.