A lot of great songs have come out recently that you should feature at your wedding. These; however, are the songs that we consider to be the WORST new songs released in the past few months. Feel free to listen to each song and let us know if you agree or disagree!
1. I’m the One, DJ Khaled Ft. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne
This song is as catchy as can be. When it comes on the radio in your car, chances are you turn it up. Here’s the weird thing about this song though: it doesn’t have the energy to sustain the dance floor. It’s easy listening, but it’s not a banger. Don’t make the mistake of thinking just because it’s popular it will keep your guests on the dance floor.
2. Shape Of You, Ed Sheeran
In an effort not to offend those who love this song, we’ll keep our commentary on this song brief. Let’s just say we aren’t huge fans of it. We’ll play it if requested, but we can’t recommend it as a surefire dance floor hit.
3. T-Shirt, Migos
This song is popular. Right now it’s in the top 35 on the Billboard charts. The problem with this song is not that it’s obscure, but that Hip Hop songs can be hit or miss with the average wedding crowd. The exception to this rule of thumb is well-known throwback jams like Black and Yellow.
4. Humble, Kendrick Lamar
Again, this type of song rarely jives with the average wedding crowd. Rap can work if it has a catchy hook in the chorus, but this song (as well known as it is) is definitely lacking in the catchy factor. This song is incredibly popular. It’s been on the charts for 7 weeks, peaking at number 1. Despite it’s popularity though, we still wouldn’t recommend it for your wedding’s dance floor.
5. XO Tour Llif3, Lil Uzi Vert (Dark, def not a wedding vibe)
This song is catchy, but it’s incredibly dark. Is he referring to fallen comrades, or is he talking about how his only friends have dollar signs on them? We don’t know, but it definitely seems like Lil Uzi Vert is bordering on being suicidal in this song. Is that something you want playing at your wedding? Probably not. Your wedding should be a joyous occasion, and this song is sure to make for a gloomy vibe on your big day.