MUZU create Royal Wedding party playlist

You may be already as sick of the Royal Wedding coverage as we are but MUZU’s music video experts have been busy researching William and Kate facts and debating song choices in order to come up with the ultimate street party playlist for the royal wedding on Friday. They’ve also written up fact-filled explanations of why these 12 songs made it to final list. These are little stories in themselves…

The MUZU music video experts have selected songs that will most resonate with William and Kate, and which may even be among special requests given to Guy Pelly, Prince Harry’s close friend, who will be DJ-ing at the reception.

MUZU.TV were in the news earlier this week – it signed a huge music video content deal with US video entertainment site Metacafe on Tuesday, coincidentally the same day that Vevo launched its music video streaming service in the UK.

For the entire Playlist go to the following link

They are also giving away a £100 gig voucher.And are inviting people to watch our first dance playlist and vote for the song they think will be Will and Kate’s first dance (competition is here:

Here’s MUZU.TV’s royal wedding street party playlist Top 5:

1. Adele – Make You Feel My Love [Video ID 87780]

ADELE – Make You Feel My Love

2. Paul McCartney – Dance Tonight [Video ID 215641]

Paul McCartney – Dance Tonight

3. Abba – Dancing Queen [Video ID 210780]

Abba – Dancing Queen

4. Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling [Video ID 482065]

Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling

5. Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes – (I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life [Video ID 54057]

Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes – (I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life

What would you play at the Royal Wedding?How about a blash of the Sex Pistol’s classic ‘God Save the Queen’ ?

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