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 favourite 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) Mr Pej – WEREM
Speaking about the song, Mr Pej shares; “This might not really be the kind of song you wanna hear right now but, if you listen carefully to the depth of communications on this song, you’ll surely understand why you should keep it on repeat as you make your election sure in God.”
4) Usip Blossom – Hallelujah
“Halleluyah” is a melodious praise jam that expresses the singer’s heart of gratitude to God with deep reverence for Him. It’s an appreciation/thanksgiving song that will surely bring out the dancing skills in you while appreciating God for everything He has done.
3) Blessedrocks – Your Promise
“Your promise” is an assurance that God promises are ultimate. It’s a song aimed at opening our hearts to a new dimension spirit-filled tune. It’s a song of intimacy, dedication and re-dedication with God.
2) Min John Effiong – More Than Ever
Min. John Effiong latest song “More Than Ever” Moves Inline with Psalm 42:2a, which says; “My soul thirsteth for God, for the living God”.
1) Elshadai Music – Shalom Nigeria (Ft Bishop David Oyedepo)
Speaking about their latest song “Shalom Nigeria”, Elshadai Music shares; “In this song, we pray that God restores peace and calm to our nation. Remove the fear and replace it with faith in His Word. Bless our people and bless our nation where we live. Let our people be a blessing to non-Christians that they will see the power of His Word. Amen!”