Hey Mr. DJ, Please Don’t Play These Songs At Kim And Kanye’s Wedding

No Ray J or Paris Hilton please.

We have no doubt that Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s wedding and reception will be a splendid affair. From the location, to the fashion, and of course the music, which we are sure Yeezy carefully curated.

It’s hard to say which songs the couple will play this weekend (might we suggest Chaka Khan’s “Through the Fire”), but we have a pretty good idea of which songs won’t make the party.

Check out our Kimye DO NOT playlist:


Ray J “I Hit It First”
We still haven’t found the appropriate place to play Ray J’s troll anthem, but if there is any place this track shouldn’t be played it’s in front of the newlyweds on their special day.


Kanye West “Gold Digger”
“Gold Digger” is one of our favorite Yeezy tracks of all-time, but with all the references to prenups, sports players and ‘Ye’s past commitment issues, it’s best to leave this one all the way alone.


Taylor Swift “Innocent”
This song was perfectly fine for the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, but would be awkward to play after Kimye tie the knot. Funny, but awkward.


Kim Kardashian “Jam (Turn It Up)”
Remember this one? We’re not saying Kimmy’s 2011 debut single is a bad song — no wait, we actually are saying Kimmy’s 2011 debut single is a bad song.


Kanye West “Runaway”
Let’s have a toast to the douche bags, or not. West was really hard on himself with his 2010 single; he just couldn’t get things right in the relationship department. Now that he and Kim have found true love the DJ should leave this Yeezy off his Serato.


OutKast “Ms Jackson”
Kris Jenner is protective over her children and while it looks like ‘Ye will be a model son-in-law, we just hope he never makes her daughter cry. So in the interest of keeping things peachy, we don’t recommend this one.


Paris Hilton “Good Time”
Had this wedding taken place a few years ago then it would’ve been totally fine to spin a Paris Hilton track, but now that the former BFFs have fallen out of favor it doesn’t seem like such a good idea.

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