I've been working this strategy for over a decade and I can tell you that it definitely breaks records...especially if you're got something that is sexually charged.
Remember-- people buy music because of how it makes them feel. If they were having a good time when they first heard your music, they'll likely buy it in hope of reliving that moment in their minds.
Even if you're not interested in getting your music played in strip clubs, the story linked above is still worth reading.
Here's the problem Don Yute made...
1. Pay the cover and get in the club. Do what it takes to get you access to the DJ.
2. Dancers pick their own music. If you can't get in with the DJ, get in with the dancers. This is EASY...if you're willing to pay.
Assuming you have a song that works for this type of venue, this is the easiest way to break music.
Why? Here's the bottom line... A strip club is based on the exchange of money. You have it, the staff wants it.
Pay up. It's as simple as that.
Seriously, how much is it worth for you to get rotation? If you have something really hot and the crowd responds well, it's going to get played again. Pay up, get it on the first time, and move on to the next club.
"Strip Club Anthems" are just like wedding songs...they're played for years. Get one and you'll have recurring income for a long time.