Top Nathaniel Bassey songs (Top & Most Popular)

The Nigerian gospel singer and songwriter Nathaniel Bassey has undoubtedly become a voice of influence in the African gospel music setting, changing lives across the globe through his highly worshipful and spirit-filled gospel songs.

We take a look at some of the highly patronized songs of Nathaniel Bassey, songs that is synonymous with his name over the year, and songs that are gaining popularity and garnering great love from fans.

Apart from his music, Nathaniels Bassey is known for the recent Social Media prayer and worship movement dubbed “Hallelujah Challenge” that mostly records a huge number of fans across the world participating. The 2020 edition of the said challenge recorded more than 60,000 people joining to pray, praise, and worship.

Check out the top Nathaniel Bassey Songs below;



Nathaniel Bassey’s awesome track “Imela” which simply means “thank you” in the Nigerian language of Igbo transcends cultures and denominations now. The song features the highly gifted Enitan Adaba. Video Directed by multi-award-winning director Uvi Orogun.




After the release of his new single that speaks of the Blood of Jesus Christ. The Book Of Life Crooner, Nathaniel Bassey Decides To Release Another hit single titled# OniseIyanu, which means MiracleWorkingGod In Yoruba. Featuring American gospel singer-songwriter. Micah Stampley and Glorious Choir




Nathaniel Bassey – Hallelujah Eh is the last track in Nathaniel Bassey’s Revival Flames album. In the song, he showed how it should be when praising God over what he has done. Hallelujah Eh is indeed a sound of victory.




In this song, Nathaniel Bassey paints a picture of the 24 elders and 4 creatures the Book of Revelation spoke about. He invites all to lift down their type of crown we may have in our lives, regard ourselves as nothing before the creator, which is, in fact, the truth in the light of His presence, and worship His majesty.




Nathaniel Bassey features one of the top gospel vocalists of our time, Micah Stampley as they stand in awe together and marvelled at the goodness of God, His faithful and His altogether radiant beauty in this song ‘This God is too good. The song comes with a simple melody and has become an anthem in most churches in Africa.




Nathaniel Bassey has become globally relevant through the good works God has wrought through him in recent times is a Nigerian recording artist and trumpeter. After so much anticipation and many OLOWOGBOGBORO singles from various artistes, the man God has used and is using to raise a great army of worshippers through the social-media-viral “Hallelujah Challenge”




Nathaniel Bassey finally drops one of his much anticipated single, titled: “Alagbada Ina” (Ft. Victoria Orenze). The song “Alagbada Ina” was Produced By Nathaniel Bassey, Co-Produced By Emmanuel Uzozie for Juzzy Production. Mixed and Mastered by Paul Cox at 226 Recording, Houston Texas, USA.




Nathaniel Bassey titled “Olorun Agbaye” is finally out. The song translated as “You Are Mighty” boasts of collaborations with America’s incredible worship leader and gospel artiste Chandler Moore as well as Nigerian singer “Oba”. “Olorun Agbaye” is an expression in the Yoruba dialect that expresses God’s mightiness and power. The moving worship ballad finds Chandler Moore impressively singing in the popular Nigerian “Yoruba” language and Oba delivering a power eulogy, making this track a must-listen.




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