The first dance for any married couple is one of the key notes of their wedding as it is a very unique and intimate moment throughout the marriage ceremony. Friends and family who have come to wish the couple well will watch in awe as the groom and bride sway softly or dig it up on the dance floor. With dance comes so much fun and happiness, howbeit the first dance as a married couple. A romantic time to whisper all sweet things to each other without any interruptions.
Without a doubt it’s one of the most intimate, joyous moments of your wedding day, and the first opportunity you both have to savor your newly-minted status as husband and wife. For some couples, selecting a meaningful, expressive first dance song is the easiest part of their wedding-planning process. It’s the soundtrack of their relationship or the song that brought them together or perhaps the song that led to their first kiss, or the lyrics they both love to hear. Whether you choose to dance to something timeless or something much more current, the most important detail is that the song feels right for you as a couple.
For others, the decision is not so simple. Whether you just can’t settle on one song that defines you as a couple or you have conflicting tastes or songs for your first dance, we’re here to help. Here are our 10 Nigerian Hit songs prefect for your first dance and usually played at wedding that are sure to inspire you on the dance floor. From the popular classic like Tuface Idibia’s “African Queen” to more contemporary picks like those of Lynxxx and Wizkid’s “Fine Lady”, these hit songs know how to begin their reception with the perfect energy.
- Eldee- Today Today
- D’banj- Fall in Love
- Tiwa Savage- Ife Wa Gbona
- Timi Dakolo- Iyawo Mi
- Sean Tizzle- Perfect Gentleman
- Sunny Nneji- Oruka
- Tosin Martin- Ololufe
- Wande Coal- Olulufe
- Tuface- African Queen
- Lynxxx ft Wizkid- Fine Lady
These songs would definitely remain classics at nigerian weddings!
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