30 Greatest African Wedding Songs On YouTube [Part II]

In the African culture, weddings are very important. Africans see wedding ceremonies as something that is very important, as a result, they prepare seriously for it. Wedding period can be a joyous yet stressful time. From the usual running around trying to contact who will make the wedding cake to the designer that will provide wedding dresses, from getting the photographers to tightening of guest lists and making last-minute calls and modifications, including selecting the best African wedding songs you wouldn’t miss to hear and dance to on the main day.

One of the thing that adds so much colour to African weddings are the “African wedding songs” that are usually played at the ceremony, thanks to the vast number of talented musicians who have come up with numerous catchy and interesting wedding songs that will rock any African wedding. These tunes do well to make guests unable to resist the urge to dance to the lyrics and beat. These songs offer the most romantic and unique wedding songs ever, and such songs are a “sure have” for anyone preparing for a colourful and amazing African wedding. Therefore, if you are preparing for your African traditional wedding ceremony, you’ve got one less thing to worry about because we have compiled some “A-list”  songs you should add to your music playlist. You, however, note that the sort of songs that will have a great impact on an African wedding may vary from depending on the part of Africa you are from. Nevertheless, music is a universal language thus a good song can transcend cultures. We’ve initially published the first part of this – 30 Greatest African Wedding Songs on Youtube [Part I], take a look at 30 best African wedding songs available on Youtube.

1. Thando Iwam (Marry me) —  Bojo Mujo ft Tequila


2. Mmatswale — Malaika



3. “Today-Today” — eLDee


4.  Kukere — Iyanya


5. Wedding Day–Owen


6. For You — Praiz ft. Seyi Shay



7. “Ife Wa Gbona”– Tiwa Savage featuring Leo Wonder


8. Me & U– Bracket


9. Becca — Forever


10. Dr SID — Something About You


11. Beautiful Onyinye — P-Square Feat.Rick Ross


12. My wedding day — MOG

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13. Olo Mi — Tosin Martins


14. I’m In Love — Harry Song


15. Yalaiti-MwanaFA Feat.Linah


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More African Wedding Songs

One thing about the African song is the richness of its rhythm. They are quite unique while paying homage to culture. Some of these wedding songs have made their way to the international scene where Africans in diaspora get a chance to connect with the motherland through songs being played at their weddings anywhere in the world.

16. Love my baby – Wizkid


17. No One Like You — P-Square


18. Trompies — Sweety Lavo


19. Tupendane Mpenzi-The Kilimanjaro Band


20. Wedding Day-Waconzy


21. Wedding Day — Duncan Mighty


22. Wedding Day- Brenda Fassie


23. One love — Kaysha


24. Till my dying day — Banky W


25. Be Your Man — Dipo


26. I DO — Guru ft PV wutah


27. It Would Be — Ibiyemi ft. Dipo


Who knew songstress, Ibiyemi, could pull off such an amazing number. Having released very few singles to mild reception, this song “I would be” is a love song that talks about what will be in a marriage. She posits that the marriage can last longer and be more enjoyable if the two parties involved support each other every step of the way. She sings in English with  a mixture of her native dialect “Yoruba.”  She also featured  the talented alternative singer Dipo on it and no doubt, success, finesse and love are the set of words that can adequately describe this song “It would be.”

28. Beautiful Love — Paul Play ft Mo’cheddah


29. Naeto C — 5 and 6


30.  Rest Of My Life — Lara George


There you have it, a good compilation of some of the best wedding songs in Africa by Africans music artiste. The tunes are so catchy that even foreigners from other continents would have a swell time grooving to them. The songs are so creatively done as well as multi-faceted as they cut across various genres of music, in the sense that the songs can either be very cool or hyper. Therefore, if you are a couple planning your wedding ceremony, be it the white weddings or the traditional wedding, apart from the food and all other associated things need, you may just want to factor in the music aspect(African music) without good African songs to vibe along, dance or move the body to, such a wedding might be already be destined for doom; well at least the reception- that is if you know what I mean…

Emeka Chigozie
Emeka Chigozie
Emeka has a keen interest in tech, entertainment, and politics. He likes to stay up to date with global news when he is not thinking about future trends in tech.


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