Nigerian songs to add to your wedding playlist
Are you preparing to say ‘I do’ ?
Are you hiring a DJ or a live band to entertain guests at your wedding reception? Here are some Nigerian songs we insist should be on your wedding playlist
In no particular order
Oruka: This timeless song by Sunny Neji captures the essence of a couple in love. Done in Yoruba and English, Oruka will surely put wedding guests in the mood to celebrate with the couple.
Angel of my life by Paul Play Dairo is one of the biggest love songs from the 2000s. It was done entirely in English
Ada Ada by Flavour is one of the biggest wedding songs to ever come out of Nigeria. Ada Ada captures the anxiety and happiness that comes with a preparing for a Nigerian wedding. The colorful vibrant video showcased a traditional Igbo wedding and got every girl pining for her wedding day. Flavour’s Gollibe is also a befitting wedding song
Olulufe– here the lover boy Flavour teamed up with project fame winner, Chidinma in this beautiful love song
Obi mo– Before Obiora Obiwon became a full time gospel artist, he gave us this very nice love song. Obi mu remix with Blaze, MI and ill bliss was even bigger and was played in weddings across the country.
Ife wa gbona- Mavins first lady, Tiwa Savage featured Leo Wonder in this very mellow love song
One Naira- The Chairman, M.I Abaga teamed up with singer Waje- both of them professing to love each other in any condition.
Adekunle Gold– Orente is a beautiful song. It sits well in a wedding playlist.
No one like you– Psquare has a couple of love songs, but no one be like you stands out among all of them, plus its video was a classical wedding video.
Iyawo mi– A Nigerian wedding playlist is not complete without this classic song from the winner of Idols West Africa, Timi Dakolo
Know any Nigerian love songs suitable for weddings? Let us know in the comment section
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