If you are looking to liven up your wedding, nothing can beat a real, live DJ. A DJ can make sure that your guests are entertained and that the party never goes stale. This is why many couples are moving away from the “Jukebox” setup to a real live professional DJ. But, we aren’t the only ones who think this, read below!
Bridesmaids, grab a groomsman and head to the dance floor!
A good DJ can turn a wedding where you’re betting on how long the marriage last into a full on dance party. Billboard asked top wedding DJs across the country which songs they use to trick us into thinking we have rhythm!
From line dances to one hit wonders, Billboard compiled a list of 100 songs that are most played at weddings. Here are some of the highlights.
A catchy tune and Abba lyrics are all the encouragement we need to think we’re all a “Dancing Queen,” putting it at 81 on the Billboard list. DJs tell the most played songs at weddings – AOL
And if you were ever interested in what songs are requested the most at weddings, take a look at the list below. You might be surprised!
Billboard reached out to 37 top wedding DJs across 13 American cities, from the Deep South to Cali, to find the country’s most requested wedding party songs. Numerous lengthy email threads and hundreds of songs later, we condensed the data into a playlist poised to keep your wedding guests on their feet. Scroll to the very bottom to find our top 100 requested wedding party tracks. And to honor some of the ditties that didn’t make the top 100 cut, we’re sharing highlights from each city’s top DJs — from Hot 100 hits to left-of-center deep cuts. Wedding DJs Share Their Most Requested Party Songs | Billboard
Can wait? Here is a small excerpt from their list. Click to read the article for the entire play list!
Michael Jackson, “Billie Jean”Michael Jackson, “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”Prince, “Raspberry Beret”Prince, “When Doves Cry”Drake, “Hotline Bling”
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Luke Bryan, “Country Girl (Shake It for Me)”Thomas Rhett, “Die a Happy Man”Andy Grammer, “Honey I’m Good”Fifth Harmony, “Work From Home”Spice Girls, “Wannabe” Wedding DJs Share Their Most Requested Party Songs | Billboard