Top 20 Ghanaian Worship and Thanksgiving songs from 2020
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Gospel music has played a major role in calming nerves, inspiring faith and hopes as well as offering thanks to God even in the midst of the pandemic historic year 2020.
There were a number of gospel songs released to serve as a medium of worship to the Lord in the midst of the chaos, and we present to you some of the best worship and thanksgiving gospel songs released in 2020 from Ghana.
Diana Hamilton – Adom (Grace)
Award-winning gospel songstress and current VGMA Gospel Artiste of the Year serves us with this unique sound, declaring the goodness of the Lord through his unending grace for his children. She describes the center of our lives and what is holding us together to be the pure Grace of God in this beautiful and soothing masterpiece.
Joe Mettle – Yesu Mo
Joe Mettle released ‘Yesu Mo’ to celebrate his birthday and on the day of his annual worship concert Praiz Reloaded, clearly serving as a double worship experience for his fans. The simple, calm yet groovy contemporary worship tune translated as ‘Thank You Jesus’ brings praise and worship before King Jesus for transforming our lives and bringing us to the top even when men rejected us.
MOGmusic – Redeemed
He is one of the forces to reckon with in Ghana’s gospel scene and without a doubt God is using Him to touch many lives through his music, even this masterpiece geared toward thanksgiving to God for our redemption titled “Redeemed”. The new song just as ‘Jesus’, is part of the number of live-recorded songs by MOG’s during the 2020 edition of his annual flagship worship event ‘New Wine’ at the Royal House Chapel (Ahenfie).
Eric Jeshrun – Yahweh (Live)
About a month ago, Ghanaian renowned gospel artist and worship leader Jeshurun Okyere officially announced he has rebranded to Eric Jeshrun and has solidified that stand with another live and powerful rendition of his newest song Yahweh, featuring Jerbette Production crew at The Connection 2019.
Eugene Zuta – Papa (My Father)
The dynamic gospel artist declares God as a Father to us individually in this new song, acknowledging God’s mighty love for us in making all things beautiful. PaPa (My Father) is part of the number of songs recorded live during minister Eugene’s ‘The God Factor’ project recording in Takoradi earlier this year which will be released in October.
Alexandrah – Oguama
Gospel singer Alexandrah acknowledges the victory in the blood of Jesus over every negative situation in our lives as well as this traumatic period of COVID-19 pandemic through her single ‘Oguama’.
E’mpraise – Anuonyam (Live)
Noted for their pentecostal root, ‘Anuonyam Se No’ by E’mpraise has blessed many with this rendition of a popular worship song since it’s released in 2019 during their flagship ‘Absolute Worship‘ event live at the AICC.
Denzel Prempeh – Koinonia
The medley comprises of “My Life is available: by Bishop TD Jakes and The Potter’s House Mass Choir” as well as It all belongs to you, Damita and was recorded live at the 2019 edition of Denzel’s annual flagship “Touching God’s Heart” worship experience.
Jacquelyn Oforiwa-Amanfo – Aseda
Fast-rising gospel artist, Jacquelyn Oforiwa-Amanfo has once again proven her musical creativity through the release of her latest and beautiful thanksgiving single ‘Aseda’ featuring Jehoshaphat Acquah.
Celestine Donkor – Thank You
A grateful heart has a lot of worth in the sight of God even in the sight of adversity. “Favour Everywhere” singer, Celestine Donkor comes through with the end of year thanksgiving single “Thank You (Yedawase)” featuring Efya, Akwaboa, Maa Cynthia, Ashley Chucks, Eyram, and Victor.
Mary Kane – Ancient of Days
The brand new single from gospel singer Mary Kane emphasizes the eternal reign of God as she describes Him as the Ancient of Days, the Lord in charge of all things both in heaven and on earth as well as reigning in the affairs of men.
Kofi Owusu Peprah – Big God
Get your dancing shoes on and groove to this new and classic gospel song from one of Ghana’s talented gospel singers, Kofi Owusu Peprah, a song he titled “Big God”. With instrumentation appealing to the ear, Kofi Owusu brought his appellation to describe the big, indescribable and unfathomable God who sits on high.
Kobby Mantey – Di wo Hene
Dynamic gospel musician Kobby Mantey has released his brand new single ‘Di Wo Hene (Reign)’ with it’s accompanying beautiful visual on YouTube with audio available on all digital stores today.
Emmanuel Smith – So Good
UK based Ghanaian Gospel Artist and The Voice alumni Emmanuel Smith unveils new single “So Good”, a move which has enthralled and thrilled his supporters in equal measure. The Afro inspired up-tempo song boasts a modern groove with its hard-hitting lyric and vocal which sees the London native get candid about the goodness and mercy of God.
Carl Clottey – Di wo Hene
The “One And Only” singer debuts this worship piece with a simple theme running through the verses and chorus and that is to extoll the Lord Jesus as King of all. As simple as a worship song can be, Di Wo Hene raises worship to God and an invitation for Him to reign in our affairs in spite of the chaos we see around us.
Kevin Sasu – Yehua Hamashiach ft Carl Clottey
Gospel singer Kevin Sasu collaborates with Carl Clottey to produce such a wonderful new worship single with the title ‘Yeshua Hamashiach’. The new song acknowledges the lordship and the messianic mantle on our soon coming to King Jesus, offering hope and encourages trust in the power at the mention of the name of Jesus Christ.
Worlanyo Bani – Wodeka
With a deep desire to bring the Ewe language alive in gospel music in Ghana, rising gospel singer Worlanyo Bani, and the Enyo Crew are out with another beautiful Ewe song “Wodeka”. The new single reveals the empowerment that only the Holy Spirit brings to the believer.
Magdalene – Majesty
In a difficult year such as this, we can only worship His Majesty for His love and supremacy over the heavens and the earth. Songstress Magdalene testifies to His goodness and how mighty He is in her very latest worship single titled “Majesty”.
Queendalyn Yurglee – You’re God
Ghana-based Nigerian gospel singer and worshipper Queendalyn Yurglee has released an amazing worship song ‘You are God’ to keep us focused on God and his greatness in difficult times such as this.
Rose Adjei – Na God
‘Na God’ is a Pidgin Jargon that simply means ‘It Is God’! The spirit-filled song by the powerful songstress Rose Adjei seeks to spell out in this single the ending love of the father and his availability in all situations of life.