Mp3 Download Top 7 Nigerian Gospel Songs Of The Week | 4th Week Of November, 2019
Top 7 Gospel Songs Of The Week brought to you by GoseplHotspot.net, is a compiled weekly archive that ranks and shares the in-depth passion of soulful and popular Gospel songs across all musical genre & styles, to carry on the positive impacts of Gospel music by prominent and fast-rising Gospel artistes.
It’s the fourth week in the month of November, on our playlist below are the latest and hottest Gospel songs each with its uniqueness and elements that makes them great tunes.
7. Michael Stuckey – African Way
American Contemporary Worship Artist, Michael Stuckey has released another captivating praise single, “African Way“, bound to get you praising and leaping for joy from the first kick.
6. Favour Uzo – The King
5. Fortune Ebel – My Rock [Live]
Leader of the Vibrant and Spirit-oriented movement ‘KingdomRealm’, Fortune Ebel officially releases the audio and live visuals of My Rock!
The song “My Rock” is of the Nigerian Urban Hiphop genre and it focuses on two vital areas of expression: – resounding the truth that Christ is the foundation that safely Carries the Believer and the Believer offering Joy-Full praise/thanks to God for all HE does and does so well for humanity.
4. Donsam – This Kind God
Donsam, Abuja’s multi-talented wealthy king, producer, singer and songwriter who has previously blessed us with amazing and distinct songs is back with another hit titled “This Kind God“.
3. Chi-Gospel – I Thank You
Music minister extraordinaire and Boston Massachusetts based Gospel act, Chi-Gospel shows forth a Makosa praise tune in “I Thank You” to commemorate America’s Thanksgiving Day.
2. Dalino – Nobody Like You
Adaeze Ajor, a Gospel singer and song writer widely known as ‘Dalino’ comes out with the latest single — ‘Nobody Like You’, a powerful worship song inspired during her time of worship, recoiled out of so much Joy of God’s Greatness and Testimonies.
1. Kaydee Numbere – Yahweh
“Yahweh”– God’s name, the name by which He introduced Himself to the children of Israel (Exodus 3:15). Capturing the magnificence of His name in a song titled YAHWEH, this soul uplifting song, originally recorded by Kofi Karikari, leads us in absolute reverence to God.
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