5 Gospel Music You Should Have On Your Playlist

Christmas is a season of celebration; we celebrate the birth of Jesus who came to save us from the captivity of sin.
However, most churches use this medium to celebrate thanksgiving services to Thank God for life and Guidance throughout the year.
The list below contains 5 songs I believe should top your playlist this Christmas. The selected songs were not selected on the basis that they are Christmas songs; they were all selected based on the fact that their lyrics really show God in action, his love Guidance and faithfulness
1. God over Everything – This is a hit song from the rich boy Frank Edwards released earlier this year. This song tops this list simply because it should. The lyrics, rhythm and rhymes are all saying the same word “God over Everything”.

2. No one like you – this song is a deep stirring worship song from a uk based upcoming gospel music star purist ogboi. This song was able to make this list simply because of its unique style, a combination of ballad, neo-soul and contemporary rock.

3. Unquestionable – this is a song from popular gospel music minister and voice coach segun obe, Composed and produced by phatstringz. A mixture of English, Yoruba and igbo language.

4. He is God – this is a song from a young inspirational music minister De-ola. He is God came barely three months after the Release of her trending song “you are Here”. I chose He is God over you are here because it speaks more to me this yuletide.

5. Deeper – this is a song from the gospel group called Worship city. Deeper is a song from their Album Worship beyond words which was unveiled on August 21 during a concert in Abuja.

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