Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano Share Their Sexiest Playlist
There are a lot of DJs in the world, but not many are as hot as Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano.
Sadly, both of the guys behind “Horny Bounce” are married already — Sunnery’s wife is Doutzen Kroes — but that doesn’t mean we can’t fantasize.
This Man Crush Monday, we asked them to share their favorite songs for lovin’, plus some quick lingerie-related advice…
What does “Horny Bounce” mean and how’d you come up with the name?
Well, the long nights and early mornings do mess with your head sometimes. And everybody inspires us making new tracks. Even the sexy woman who bounce all night long.
What’s a stereotype about working as a DJ that’s actually true?
Working night and day, seeing the most beautiful places on earth and performing for the best fans in the world every day of the week.
What’s a stereotype about working as a DJ that’s actually false?
That we only drive expensive cars. We also fly a lot of planes!
What’s the sexiest city you’ve ever performed in and why?
Which city isn’t sexy at 3 a.m.? I guess we still have the most fun playing back home in Amsterdam. It’s a sentimental thing.
What kind of lingerie do you like on a girl?
We prefer that kind of lingerie in which you keep some for the imagination.
What’s the sexiest genre of music for someone who’s lazy and needs a quick playlist?
Give us some good old soul tunes, please. Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson etc.
What’s the least sexy genre of music in your opinion and why?
Too fast, or too slow… You need a good pace to get in the right vibe.
Sunnery’s Playlist Picks
For the one I want to share the rest of my life with:
Reminds me of my young, wild days:
Makes me realize that I have to cherish the love that I have:
Love is winning:
Share everything with your love:
Ryan’s Playlist Picks
Party and sexy at the same time, I’ve had some great nights on this one:
I think I could select 15 songs of John, but this one def touches me the most:
This is the track I don’t mind waking up to every day:
Classic! This should be in every playlist: