7 Songs DJ’s Can’t Stop Playing At Nigerian Weddings

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The jobs of DJ’s have basically being made easy at weddings because they are not constrained to choose recent songs to entertain the guests.

It is however a different ball game for some couples who find it tasking to pick the perfect song for their entry and first dance.

Almost everyone that attends a wedding asides to deliver congratulatory messages to the couple and to participate in Item 7, want to watch the couple’s first dance.

The song the Disc Jockey chooses to play at this moment can either make or mar that special moment and that is why picking just the right song to express the love the couple share and pass the right message across can be tougher than what most people think.

That special moment is one that the couple shares with friends, family and people that they barely know that want to be a part of that memorable experience with smiles and heart filled with wishes.

While some couples are keen on selecting their own songs for the DJ as a result of a number of reasons. It could be that the song reminds them of a particularly happy time in their relationship or the songs hold a particular meaning to them.

Some couples on the other hand have a variety of songs to choose from, while others simply leave the decision to the DJ.

The task is a bit difficult for a Nigerian couple who is keen on playing Nigerian songs mostly because the DJ has to go for evergreen songs as most of the recent songs are club materials.

Not to worry, we have put together a list of recent Nigerian songs that you can select from either as a DJ or as a couple wishing to have recent songs played at your first dance.

These songs will not only add a special tune to the event but will also give you memories to hold on yo for a lifetime. will add the special tune you desire to your love celebration.

These songs will definitely have you and everyone at your wedding event on their feet.

Flavour- Ada Ada

This song seems to be best suited for a traditional wedding but it can definitely be played at your reception. The song is a romantic ballad with traditional African flavour that you can slowly dance to while enjoying the company of your spouse.

Kiss Daniel- Woju
This song was released in 2015 and it basically catapulted Kiss Daniel into our consciousness.

While the song is a club banger, a lot of DJ’s have found it suitable for wedding ceremonies as the lyrics seem very much inclined to finding and keeping love.

Banky W- Strong Thing
This Cobhams Asuquo produced song is one that will get everyone at your wedding in a romantic mood because of the tempo and wonderful lyrics the song comes with.

Added to the soft voice of Banky W, there’s hardly any other song you’d want to be played at your wedding.

Oritse Femi- Igbeyawo

Igbeyawo, which is the title of the song in Yoruba means Marriage. Oritse Femi delivers wonderfully well on the track with lyrics that advises new couples on how to live and have a wonderful time together. With high pitch and tempo, this song is one you definitely want to dance to.

Adekunle Gold- Orente
This song talks about the travails of a young man who despite all, has a woman that sticks by him. This is one song that you’d love to hear and dance to at your wedding.

Sean Tizzle- Perfect gentleman

Just as the song title says, Sean Tizzle’s perfect gentleman is a good ballad for ceremonies. The slow-paced song is one that can be played during the couple’s dance as it will surely make the moment one to remember.

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