Backstreet Boys - I Want It That Way (VIBES REMIX) ((BETTER))
"MMMBop" HansonThis is a track that is definitely seeing more and more wedding playlist rotations as we are in a period of nostalgia currently with 90s music. Another one of these catchy great songs where if you lived int when it was released, you might want to add into your wedding playlist for a little more fun.
Backstreet Boys - I Want It That Way (VIBES REMIX)
"Motown Philly" Boys II MenIf you were anywhere near a club in the early 90s, you were dancing to this track. They seemed to have mellowed a bit later in their careers with songs like "End Of The Roads", as well as "One Sweet Day" when they teamed up with Mariah Carey. Add this song in your playlist for a little more 90s nostalgia."I Swear" All 4 OneA lighter track from a boy band in the early 90s. Perfect for a slow dance at the end of the night. Originally written by country singer John Michael Montgomery, it's a great cover released in 1994."I Want It That Way" Backstreet BoysAnother Backstreet Boys song on this list of boy band songs for your wedding? Why not? This track is equally as strong as "Everybody" is but perhaps it can be thrown in the mix as an "end of night" sing-a-long song? I've seen that done before and it's fun. I'll have to find the video of a past wedding of mine where the groom and his best men serenaded the bride with this song. It was a very sweet moment. Come on! Write it down on your playlist. You know you want to!"Never Gonna Give You Up" Rick AstleyRick Astley wasn't a band per-se, but I threw him on the list cause he was a young 21 at the time of the release of this track. To be honest, this might be an excellent end of the night song as you are leaving the reception. I can't get a handle on whether or not couples hate him more or love him, but guests still respond to this track. "Hangin Tough" New Kids On Block"Hangin Tough" was the title track to their second album released in early September 1988. New Kids On The Block hysteria was well underway at my high school as I was just beginning my freshman year in high school in the fall of 1988. I've had couples select this song for their bridal party introduction song too. The song would make it all the way to Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart."This I Promise You" NSyncThis slower ballad by NSync has been a popular favorite over the years for slow dance songs or a dinner time selection.You can also find it on another one of my popular blog post about Most Requested Soft Rock Songs From The 2000s. The song topped the adult contemporary charts, and peaked at #5 on the Hot 100 chart."Iesha" Another Bad CreationBased out of Atlanta, Georgia, Another Bad Creation released their first album Coolin' At The Playground, Ya Know in the fall of 1990. "Iesha" was the first single, which broke into the Top 10 on the Hot 100, and #6 on the R&B chart."Summer Girls" LFODuring the last summer of the 90s, you couldn't turn the radio on without hearing "Summer Girls". By the end of the summer, the song would peak at #3 and would eventually be certified platinum."Hold Me" MenudoEver wondered what Ricky Martin was doing long before he was "Livin La Vida Loca" in 1999? Check out the video by clicking the link in the song title from Puerto Rican boy band Menudo and see if you can find him."What Makes You Beautiful" One DirectionReleased in the fall of 2011, "What Makes You Beautiful" became one of the biggest songs of the year and went 4x platinum in America. The song would also reach Number 1 in several other countries, including Mexico and England."Only Human" Jonas BrothersOne of the biggest songs of 2019. It was released in July and would peak at #3 on the Adult Top 40 charts. It's got a very chill vibe to it that might be thrown on during a cocktail hour, but also toward the end of the night."I'm A Believer" The MonkeesThe Monkees were one of the most popular boy bands behind the Beatles back in the 60s. "I'm A Believer" would be released in the fall of 1966 and would peak at Number 1 on the Hot 100 for 7 weeks. The song would also be covered by Smashmouth for the Shrek soundtrack."Please Don't Go Girl" New Kids On The BlockSee my previous entry up above from New Kids On The Block. I had just started 9th grade when New Kids On The Block hysteria was getting warmed up. This was the first single from their album "Hangin Tough" and it would peak at #10 on the Hot 100 chart."Quit Playing Games With My Heart" Backstreet BoysOriginally released in October 1996 as part of the release of their international album, the song would peak at #2 on the Hot 100. The song would then be re-released in the summer of 1997 when their debut album would be released in America."It's Gonna Be Me" NSync"It's Gonna Be Me" would be the third track to be released to radio from their album "No Strings Attached". The song would climb all the way to Number 1 on the mainstream Top 40 chart.I"ll Be There" The Jackson 5Later covered in 1992 by the super talented Mariah Carey, The Jackson 5 released this song in August 1970. It was the first single from their Third Album and the song would hit #1 on the R&B and Hot 100 charts."I Want You Back" Jackson 5One of the most requested songs by the Jackson 5 by a lot of my clients. It was the first song ever released by the Jackson 5 and would become their very first Number 1 song in January 1970."I'll Make Love To You" Boys II MenReleased back in the summer of 1994, this was first song to be released from their album II. This slow and sexy song would make it all the way to Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Adult contemporary charts.Ready To Hire Mike As Your Charleston Wedding DJ?Thanks for making it to the end of this post. I work very hard to provide my clients with some of the most informative information on how to find the best wedding DJ, as well as a library of great wedding playlists for "playlist inspiration". Are you enjoying this blog? 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And while you're at it, turn off your DAW's quantize function too. This is especially important when it comes to writing beats. Even the best drummer, playing to a click track, will have slight imperfections in their timing. But if you slavishly place your drum hits on the grid, you'll be firmly in drum-machine/robot territory. If that's the sound you're looking for, then by all means go for it. But if you want looseness and more of a live vibe, remember to pull some beats off the grid. 041b061a72