There Is Nothing More Rowdy and Fun Than Louisiana Wedding.

One of my favorite things about my job on the weekends is seeing people lose their minds when I hit play on a certain song. Most weekends you can find me at a wedding venue helping make the most epic playlist for couples as they tie the knot. Folks from Louisiana just party differently than others, and they make a job fun.

I Was Sent a Video From an Upcoming Bride That Made Me Smile.

Whenever I am picked to DJ a wedding I ask the couple to send me all of their favorite songs so I can get an idea of what they want their night to sound like and I curate a playlist just for the big day. This bride sent me a video that listed off the greatest Louisiana hype songs.

TikTok User @DanagBananaa hit the nail on the head. It was a quick video highlighting all the songs that will make Louisianans lose their cool and start dancing and singing along. From Lil Boosie's "Set It Off" to Garth Brook's "Callin' Baton Rouge" this lady just didn't miss.

Check Out Her Video Below and Tell Me If You Agree With Her, Did She Miss a Louisiana Hype Song?

@danahbananaa Welcome to my culture 😌💀 thank you for this @qtsyd #fyp #louisiana #louisianacheck ♬ Try not to sing along - Sydney Babin


These Songs Won't Be as Successful in a Neighboring State.

I have tried to play "Wipe Me Down" and "Callin' Baton Rouge" and the reaction doesn't even come close to what it's like in the Bayou State.

Remember when Garth Brooks set off an earthquake at LSU when he performed "Callin' Baton Rouge"?


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