This year so far has witnessed non-stop music releases week in and week out from Nigeria gospel artists which have been a blessing to the body of Christ and a tool for inspiration to many in the country.
For those who seek recommendations for new songs to listen to, narrowed down to the ones making a huge splash in the country par time, we’ve got you covered. Below, is a curated list of some of the Nigerian gospel songs (no particular order) we believe are currently making trends right now.
N/B: This list will be updated from time to time.
Omo Baba – Spirit of Prophecy
Omo Baba will go down as one of the biggest Nigerian gospel songs of 2022. The amazing song released in April took social media and streaming platforms by storm, bringing the Lagos-based band into prominence.
“Omo Baba” talks about our identity in Christ and authority as believers while acknowledging God’s goodness and all He’s done. The track was greeted with massive engagement on TikTok spilling into other social media platforms with viral videos.
Spirit of Prophecy (SOP) is the worship ministry of RCCG Living Seed.
Eze Ebube – Neon Adejo
The refreshing, soul-stirring, and powerful worship-thanksgiving ballad is housed in Neon Adejo’s “Song of Gratitude” EP which dropped in 2021. The song has made its way to the lips of many, becoming a favorite among worshippers, music ministers, as well as preachers of the gospel across the nation. ). Download/Stream | Free Version
Daddy We Dey Pamper – Moses Bliss
A heartfelt spontaneous live ministration by Moses Bliss, “Daddy Wey Dey Pamper” features breathtaking spoken word poetry from Lyrical HI. The song has quickly captured the hearts of many boasting over 1M YouTube views and 3K+ positive comments in less than a month of release (July – Aug). It’s an expression of the one who has been saved by grace.
Elijah Level – Gaise Baba
Afrogospel sensation Gaise Baba is making quite a splash with his single “Elijah Level,” off of his sophomore full-length album “A Decade After,” which dropped earlier this year to great acclaim.
The #9 on the 13-track body of work, “Elijah Level” featuring Izee Smith is a song that inspires faith, and hope in God in the race of life.
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