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) Chika Gabriel – Let’s Celebrate Jehovah
Chika Gabriel newest project “Let’s Celebrate Jehovah” is a melodious praise jam that is sure to make you dance like David danced. The groovy track features a fine blend of Contemporary African rhythm. The song is an up-tempo inspired tune guaranteed to get your praise on.
4) Sunny Mike – Ikariri, When I Call You
Speaking about the song, Sunny Mike pens down; “Our God is so mighty than the world can imagine, there’s no name that can ascribe his magnanimity. As believers, we describe him based on his marvelous works as it impacts on us.”
3) Prince Promise – Thanksgiving + Imela
The song “Thanksgiving + Imela” is an incredible musical journey and powerful anthem that starts strong from the first verse and stays smooth through the last vocal run. It’s contagious rhythm, powerful vocals, and worshipful message will leave you addicted to pressing the play button.
2) Wisdom Anteny – Ojumeyi
The song “Ojumeyi” which means ‘I’m grateful’, is one of the track off his new album “Holy Wine Intoxication,” available now for streaming and downloading via all major digital store. Ojumeyi is an expression of praise from a grateful heart.
1) Frank Edwards – Never Let You Down (Ft. Se Ok)
Frank’s latest effort “Never Let You Down” serves as a follow-up to his previously released song “Victory Everywhere (What A Year 2021),” an anthemic and encouraging song, setting the tone right for the rest of the year.