If food is the item 7 on the list in any owanbe parries, music is definitely the item 8. So the importance of a good music in any party–including wedding party–cannot be overemphasized.
A good music elevates and speaks to our souls, and at a wedding party, it highs the spirit of the couple with love and makes the day memorable.
Consequently, in this article, we have come up with top 10 songs to spice up your big day.
Top 10 Nigerian Wedding Songs
1. Ada Ada by Flavour
Since the release of this lovely song in 2012, it has outranked the other popular wedding songs. Ada Ada is mostly played in traditional wedding ceremonies where it gets people swaying on their feet and hips.
2. Happy day by Patoranking
Although the video concept is more like a proposal thing, the song is widely played in Nigerian weddings.
3. My darling by Tiwa Savage
This is one of the best songs for couple’s first dance. This song stirs up emotion between the bride and the groom. It makes the couple feel like a real darling.
4. Oruka by Sunny Nneji
This song has been rocking weddings for as long as I can remember. It has won every lady’s heart and if it isn’t included on this list, I am pretty sure I would be stoned.
5. Ife wa gbona by Tiwa Savage ft. Leo wonder
This song is simply of a love story and all the obstacles that lovebirds face before they end up being together.
6. Yes/No by Banky W
This song is best fit for couples that started their love story in school. However, every couple can use it too. The song is emotional and lovely.
7. Iyawo Mi by Timi Dakolo:
Iyawo mi is a Yoruba phrase meaning my wife and this song is really for the Iyawos. This song makes the bride feel on top of the world.
8. Orente by Adekunle Gold:
Orente is one of the latest songs joining the wedding party songs. Like the other songs on this list, Orente symbolizes love to the couple.
9. Olo Mi by Tosin Martins:
This song and Oruka by Sunny Nneji are evergreen. Olo Mi is inspirational and emotional.
10.Today Today by El Dee:
This is the last on our list and as the song’s name implies, it makes couples feel that today (i.e. their wedding day) is the beginning of their everlasting love.
Which other Nigerian Wedding songs will you like to be played on your wedding day? Kindly leave a comment below.