Let's go back to... the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood: the Academy reserved two awards for music, underlining the close relationship that has always bonded cinema and music. Let's begin with the Oscar for best soundtrack, which went to composer Ludwig Göransson for Black Panther (Original Score). The movie is based on the character of Black Panther from Marvel Comics, and is the only superhero movie to receive an Oscar nomination for best film.
Black Panther boasts an exceptional soundtrack, curated by Kendrick Lamar in collaboration with other artists whose songs merged into the harmonious album (Black Panther: The Album - Music from and Inspired By). “It's a really interesting album, featuring some very successful musical gems which accompanied a lot of weddings last year,” confirmed the CEO of ProfessionalWeddingDJ.net; citing two tracks that will certainly be available at ProfessionalWeddingDJ parties, especially for hip hop lovers. "Pray for Me," in collaboration with The Weekend and the first excerpt from "All The Stars" (also nominated as best song) which paired the American singer SZA and Kendrick Lamar.
Recognition was also given to Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's "Shallow," which received the Oscar for Best Song. Jody Belli from ProfessionalWeddingDJ predicts a great success for this song: “It's really romantic, and based on our years of experience as DJs specializing in wedding parties, we can bet it will become a 'must' for the first dance of the couple.”
The ProfessionalWeddingDJ experts explain that there are almost endless possibilities for music selection, but experience shows that easily recognisable songs help to make the wedding party more engaging. Considering the fact that each piece will be played for a short time, during the event, allow the DJ to propose many pieces to create a varied and never boring atmosphere. Jody Belli, also points out that one of the keys to success for a wedding party is to meet the tastes of a very heterogeneous audience, as often happens in wedding receptions.