Jamaican Wedding Music, Dancehall and Reggae music for Lovers
Dancehall and Reggae music for Lovers

Jamaican Wedding Music. Jamican music is ska, Rocksteady, Mento, reggae dub, Rubba Dub, Reggae Music and Now Dancehall, but in themidst of it all there are songs that can be used at a wedding ceremony.

This is dependent on ones taste in music and lifestyle.

There are persons who prefer to have soft souls and love songs played at their ceremony, while others differ.

For your wedding ceremony there are some reggae wedding music songs that can be used such as

Jamaica Wedding Music - Tarrus Riley

Bob Marley - Is this Love

Bob Marley - Turn your lights down Low
Taurus Riley's Version Of John Legend's Stay with You.
Taurus Riley - She's Royal

There are other version of Love songs done in reggae that can surely be used and will wow your hearts.

On the other hand, at the reception if you are not a christian you can party like there's no tomorrow.

At the reception, you can play all the dancehall music you desire, but some are not suitable for the wedding scene like:

Macka Diamond - Bun Him
Spice - Jim Screechie
Captain Barky - Bun fi Bun
Dj Liquid - Wifey Walk Out

Jamican music is sweet, unique and can do many things to ones heart, there are tons to choose from but choose wisely.

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