What’s not to love about Nigerian weddings. There is always free food, free booze, and good vibes. What I particularly love about Nigerian weddings is the music and in my opinion, no Nigerian wedding playlist can be complete without these songs.
No One Like You – P Square
The video alone is enough reason to add this song to your wedding playlist.
Wedding Day – 9ice
This song was made for Nigerian weddings.
Oruka – Sunny Nneji
I can remember how this song got played at every Nigerian wedding for years after this hit song was dropped.
Ada Ada – Flavour
Picking just one Flavour song to add to this list was hard. Every Flavour song is perfect for your wedding playlist.
Baby Girl – Nel Oliver
Here’s a classic for you. Nel Oliver’s ‘Baby Girl’ is evergreen.
Olomi – Tosin Martins
If you understand Yoruba then you don’t need to be convinced to add this song to your wedding playlist.
Forever – Paul Play
Because it’s your wedding day and you and your partner plan to be together forever.
Baby Jowo(remix) – Sir Victor Olaiya ft 2face
It was hard picking between the remix of this classic song and the original, in the end, 2face’s unique addition to the song won us over.
Be Your Man – Dipo
Dipo might not be as popular as the other artists on this list, but ‘Be Your Man’ makes for the most perfect love song ever.
Ololufe – Wande Coal
Its been 9 years since Wande Coal dropped Ololufe (yes you are old) but its still hard to imagine a Nigerian wedding playlist without it.
My Darling – Tiwa Savage
Tiwa Savage’s voice is at its finest in ‘My Darling’ and we can bet you the lyrics perfectly convey everything you feel about your husband/wife-to-be.
Ekuro – Davido
From Ekuro to Aye to If to Fall Davido keeps dropping the most perfect wedding playlist songs.
Love Me Jeje – Seyi Sodimu
You already know there was no way we could have left this classic of our list.
Obianuju – Duncan Mighty
This is almost every Nigerian’s favorite Duncan Mighty song and also the sweetest love song for those who might not understand all of the lyrics.
Orente – Adekunle Gold
Adekunle Gold’s Orente always has we single pringles clutching to our pillows at night wondering when the Lord will give us our own bae.
Iyawo Mi – Timi Dakolo
Fun fact- Timi Dakolo wrote this song for his wife.
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