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It’s hard to select the best gospel songs because the goal of gospel music is to minister to the soul of humanity. Gospel music is much more than melodies and harmonies. Today, our team (GospelMinds Entertainment) are here to presents the Top 6 Nigerian Gospel Songs Of The Week based on downloads, views, and also users’ reactions from Monday 23rd through Sunday 29th of November (2020 Week-49) only on www.gospelminds.com & www.Bestsolutionblog.com.
The song that took the #1 position this week is “Sound of Victory” by Limoblaze x Travis Greene x Da’ T.R.U.T.H.
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No. 6) Mighty God – YSA Hilltoppraise
Mighty God, this song is a confirmation of God’s mightiness in her life, the one who turned every issue in her life to testimonies even more than she could imagine.
No.5) Freedom – John Olumayowa
The tragedy of 20.10.2020 will forever be on our minds. John Olumayowa decides to pour out his emotions in this emotional song titled; Freedom.
No. 4) Arugbo Ojo – Ify
This song titled “Arugbo Ojo” came after Ify a few years of silence, and as she chooses to call it, ‘the wilderness season’.
No. 3) Big Big God – Michael Stuckey
The song does not only magnify God by mincing no words in the description of God’s sovereignty but also draws the listener to the beauty of His presence and the endless possibilities one can be opened to, when we worship the Very Big God.
No. 2) Chukwu Ebube – Sammie Okposo Ft. Michael Stuckey
The song which exalts the Lord, ascribing glory and honour, further expresses the singers’ dependency on God’s omnipotence.
No. 1) Sound of Victory – Limoblaze x Travis Greene x Da’ T.R.U.T.H.
The release has taken the audiences into an artistic coma with powerful words, catchiness, and hard-hitting instrumentation. Bridges is available on all digital platforms and can also be gotten below.