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20 Best Nigerian Wedding Songs 2016

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It’s wedding season which means if you are getting married, one of your top priorities is to make sure you have the right songs for you and your guests to enjoy. I’ve made it very easy for you. Whether you are planning a local or destination wedding, here are the top 20 Nigerian wedding songs and artists of 2016 to make sure your DJ has on that playlist for a great time!

Enjoy your special day and happy celebrations!

Cheers,
~Ms. Uduak

The Interludes

1. Skin tight by Mr. Eazi

2. Banky W & Chidinma – “All I Want Is You”

The Party begins

3. Oluwa ni by Reekado Banks

4. Fada Fada by Phyno

5. Bank Alert by P-square

6. No Kissing Baby by Patoranking ft. Sarkodie

7. Jombo by Kiss Daniel

8. Where by Tekno

9. Pana by Tekno

10. Diana by Tekno

11. Osinachi (Remix) – Humblesmith ft. Davido

12. Money by Timaya ft. Flavour

13. Emergency by D’Banj

14. Tiwa Savage ft. Olamide – Standing Ovation Official Music Video

15. E for sure by Phyno

16. Tum bum by Yemi Alade

17. Gbo gan gbom by Flavour ft. Phyno & Zoro

18. Akube by Dotman

19. Bile by Lil Kesh

20. Get It Together by Tiwa Savage and Paul P-square

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AFRICA MUSIC LAW™ (AML) is a pioneering music business and entertainment law blog and podcast show by Fashion and Entertainment Lawyer Ms. Uduak Oduok empowering the African artist and Africa's rapidly evolving entertainment industry through brilliant music business and entertainment law commentary and analysis, industry news, and exclusive interviews.

Credited for several firsts in the fashion and entertainment industry, Ms. Uduak is also a Partner and Co-Founder of Ebitu Law Group, P.C. where she handles her law firm’s intellectual property law, media, business, fashion, and entertainment law practice areas. She has litigated a wide variety of cases in California courts and handled a variety of entertainment deals for clients in the USA, Africa, and Asia.

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3 Comments

  1. Winston Balagare says:

    This list might satisfy local listeners, but it’s missing some of 2016’s best. How did ‘Marry’ by DJ Neptune, feat. Mr. Eazi, not make this list? That’s an offensive omission.

    Also, this list needed to include ‘I Want You’ by Poe, Tesh Carter, Saeon, Tec(SDC) & Mojeed; ‘Fallen In Love’ by Chidinma; and ‘My Darling’ by Olawale.

    1. ‘I want you’ and ‘My Darling’ are songs that do not have the momentum, views and are not charting on playlists on the continent and in the diaspora. The songs chosen are top 20, many of which charted and also hit the million view count and above (on You Tube). Chidinma’s ‘Fallen in Love,’also a newer release, is cute and could be added to the list because it is fast gaining momentum.

      1. Winston Balagare says:

        OK, that’s fair. But let’s remember that the charts don’t always get it right. Mr. Eazi dropped ‘Skin Tight’ in summer of 2015, but many people didn’t take notice until the video came out last December. It’s the sleeper hits that get the biggest reactions in the parties.

        I bet if a wedding DJ threw on ‘Turn Up’ by DJ Jimmy Jatt, feat. Flavour, it would get a similar reaction to Tekno’s ‘Pana’. The machine doesn’t make the hits–the people make the hits. Ask D’Banj; despite what the machine wants, people have been rejecting him since 2013.

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