For those of you that don’t know, Gospel music has a soothing and calming effect that affects the brain positively. Gospel music can elevate your mood, and the lyrics have a way of elevating your spirituality to the next level. When the jagged edges of life are affecting you, gospel music can soften your problems and water down your stress levels. This is because gospel music acknowledges the frustrations of daily life, and it gives encouragement that makes it easy to move forward.
Without wasting so much of your time, here are the top5 hottest gospel songs currently rocking on your fastest and favorite gospel music blog.
NOTE: “The lovely gospel songs below are ranked based on key fans interactions and the most streamed/downloaded songs on our website as from last week.”
5) [MUSIC] Edward Amponsah – None Like You
Edward Amponsah newest effort “None Like You” is a soul-lifting and powerful worship piece which exalts the name of God and assures the world that our God is still in control in this pandemic.
4) [MUSIC] Adamilola – AKA
Adamilola newest single “AKA” is a soul-lifting song that is set to bless lives even more in an unexpected way. The song is was produced, Mixed and Mastered by the award winning music producer/sound engineer, Emmanuel Onimisi Alabi for Derock Entertainment.
3) [MUSIC] The Xplicits Gospel Crew – God of the Universe
The Xplicits Gospel Crew latest effort “God of the Universe” is a spirit-filled and powerful worship piece which exalts the name of God Almighty, proclaiming Him as the God of the universe, beginning and the end.
2) [MUSIC] Godwin Mass – Eze Dike Nara
Speaking about the song “Eze Dike Nara”, Godwin Mass pens down; “This song is a beautiful song inspired by the Holy Spirit to give God All Glory and Exalting His Name in thanks giving. (Psalm:145). I call him Eze Dike Nara.”
1) [MUSIC] Lucy Matthew – Free From Sin
The song “Free From Sin” is a soul-lifting song cooked fresh from the kitchen of heaven. It’s unlikely for you not to get connected to the throne of heaven, right from the beginning of the song.