Top Nigerian Wedding Songs Of All Times

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Wedding is one special event people look forward to attend especially on Saturdays. It is always an occasion of glamour. The meals, the colourful aso-ebi, the beautiful theme, the couples’ wear, and even the music all contributes to the glamour. It is never something anyone would want to miss.

With the advent of civilization, wedding ceremonies now occur in two stages; first the legal joining of the couple, either in the church, mosque or court after which comes the reception. Reception can be described as the heart of every wedding. This is where the glamour and class of every wedding is hidden. It is also the place for guests to wine and dine. Most couples usually seize the opportunity to showcase their dance steps and creativity especially with Nigerian love songs.

If you are looking for the top Nigerian wedding songs of all times to play in your wedding, then this article is for you. We have compile a list of best wedding songs you can choose from.

Top Nigerian Wedding Songs Of All Times

Nigeria is blessed with a lot of talented musicians who keep releasing hit music tracks in various categories. Some of these tracks include love songs that fully describes exactly how a person in love feels. This is why some of these songs are usually played in ceremonies like weddings to celebrate the love that brought the couples together. In no particular order, here are the top Nigerian wedding songs to make your wedding day a joyful and memorable one.

1. Oruka – Sunny Neji

Oruka meaning ring in Yoruba, is a love song released in 2007 by Sunny Neji. It describes the perfect wedding day; the exchange of rings and how they can never be separated by any human being. The lyrics reminds the bride of how happy the groom is that she finally belongs to him. This was why the song quickly became an anthem at almost every wedding ceremonies in Nigeria.

2. No One Like You – PSquare

Released by the iconic twin musicians, P-Square, No one like you is an African hit love song that remains evergreen. It is a song that explains how special love is and  encourages the couple to appreciate each other. It is a classic song that encourages the display of affection that cannot but be played in Nigerian weddings.

3. The Vow – Timi Dakolo

The Vow was released by Timi Dakolo in 2016 to celebrate his fourth wedding anniversary. The lyrics spell lots of deep and emotional vows that can build any marriage. The producer of the song Cobham’s Asuquo once told the public that the song was written when he was preparing for his wedding and it was first performed by Timi Dakolo himself during the couple’s dance. This is probably why the song speak so much about weddings. Just like every song by Timi Dakolo, The vow is an emotional song that touches the deepest of one’s soul.

4. Ada Ada – Flavour

Ada Ada is another popular wedding song often played in Igbo themed traditional weddings and receptions. Ever since its release in 2013, the song has become the favourite of many couples some of whom have displayed different creative wedding reception entrances with it. The song talks about a beautiful bride and how she is worth waiting for.

5. Iyawo Mi – Timi Dakolo

Iyawo mi is another passionate hit love song filled with quality lyrics. It was released by popular soul singer, Timi Dakolo during the Valentine period in 2014, to celebrate the period of love. Since then, the song is a top track frequently played in not only weddings but other romantic sceneries due to its unique spark that always get the attention of guests.

6. Roju – Chike

Coined from Romeo and Juliet, Roju is an Igbo love song released during the covid-19 pandemic in 2020 by Chike. It was released as the sixth track of his album, BOO OF THE BOOLESS. The lyrics of the song explains unconditional love. It is a song that evokes strong feelings of joy associated with love. If you want a danceable song that will make your wedding day an unforgettable one, then you should try RoJu especially if you are Igbo.

7. Wedding Day – 9ice

Wedding day is another evergreen love song that Nigerians never fail to play during their wedding ceremonies. It was released as the 6th track of an album after “Gongo Aso” was released in 2008. The song presents the celebration of a union called wedding in the most glamorous and unique way. The lyrics of the song explains the process of marriage, right from the period of courtship to the wedding day.

8. Mi Casa Su Casa – Korede Bello

Mi Casa Su Casa is a Spanish term meaning “my house is yours”. The meaning of the song is enough to tell anyone what the song is about. It was released by Marvin Record’s Korede Bello in 2020.The song has sweet lyrics which centers around modern day love. It is often times used by couples to celebrate their union. The chorus of this song can melt the heart of any lady, no matter how hard hearted she is.

9. African Queen – 2face Idibia

African Queen is one of the evergreen Nigerian wedding song that remains classic and loved. It was released by popular Afro pop musician, 2Face Idibia in 2004. The song is one of the most iconic and greatest wedding song that is played in virtually all Nigerian weddings. The lyrics is perfect in describing what the bride stands for on her wedding day, a queen.

10. Orente – Adekunle Gold

Orente contains the perfect lines for a groom to confess his undying love to his bride on their wedding day. The lyrics of the song can melt any girl’s heart as it contains deep words of appreciation for the woman’s beauty, love and all the good things that she had done for him. If you want a song to provide a romantic scenery in not only your wedding, but every other romantic occasion with your lover, then you should choose Orente.

Other worthy mentions that conveniently make it into some of the best Nigerian wedding songs of all time include:

  1. Perfect Gentle Man – Sean Tizzle
  2. Femi – Mosa
  3. If – Davido
  4. Yes Or No – Banky W
  5. Angel Of My Life – Paul Dairo
  6. Ololufe – Wande Coal
  7. Assurance – Davido
  8. Yori Yori – Bracket
  9. Aye – Davido
  10. Beautiful Onyinye – Psquare
  11. I Never Know Say – Timi Dakolo
  12. Marry You – Ric Hassani
  13. Easy(Jeje) – Reekado Banks
  14. Happy Day By Patoranking
  15. Five And Six By Naeto C
  16. Fall In Love – D’banj
  17. Olo Mi – Tosin Martins
  18. Ekuro – Davido
  19. Ife Wa Gbona – Tiwa Savage
  20. True Love – 2face
  21. Good Morning – Brymo
  22. Searching – Ojo
  23. Till My Dying Day – Banky W
  24. Never Far Away – Lagbaja and Ego
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