Many new Ghanaian gospel songs are churned out every month but only a few actually stand the test of time in the overcrowed gospel music scene. As a platform we do well to pay attention to some of these songs that are constantly on our radio, receiving much attention on the digital space and we serve them right here for you.
This chart is cumulative, and it is not restricted to the year of release. Songs are editorially chosen as the most popular contemporary gospel songs currently in Ghana with special keen attention also paid to their impressions (page visit, streaming, and download) recorded on this website over the few months.
The inspiration behind this is to create awareness of highly listened to or songs with high interactions on our platforms which may be the reflection in the Ghanaian media and to help you update your music library in case they are not on your playlist yet. This list is regularly updated to conform to the regularly changing audience preference and the currently trending gospel songs in the Ghanaian setting.
Ghanaian award-winning gospel singer Diana Hamilton has debuted her latest single she titled “Adom (Grace)” as she describes her own new experience with the Grace of God. The “Nsenkyere Nyankopon” singer and two times Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Gospel Artiste of the Year winner describe the center of our lives and what is holding us together to be the pure Grace of God in this beautiful and soothing masterpiece.
The new song translated as “He Lives In Me” is a gentle reminder of who God is and what is has freely made available to us as Christians, even his promised Holy Spirit residence in us for exploits. The convener of the very popular flagship worship concert “Tehilla Experience” who has not released any music for a while now is very happy for the impact this song is about to make in the life of everyone who prayerfully listens to it.
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.
Packed with thanksgiving goodies, the latest song is a great tool to help you forget all the happening of this historic year 2020 and praise God instead, for we have a lot to be thankful for.
The much anticipated new single “Yesu Mo” by multiple award-winning Ghanaian gospel artiste Joe Mettle is finally out. Yesu Mo is released on the day Joe Mettle celebrates his birthday as well as the day he holds his annual worship concert Praiz Reloaded, clearly serving as a double worship experience for his fans.
Agbebolo (Bread of Life) is the latest trending new song from the camp of Celestine Donkor which features rising young gospel star Nhyiraba Gideon of Adom TV’s Nsoroma fame.
Versatile gospel singer Akesse Brempong has released the much-awaited smashing Afrobeat gospel song “Blessed” featuring Joe Mettle as he sets off the month of June in the right perspective and on a positive declarative note.
07. Edwin Dadson – This Far By Grace
Since its release, ‘This Far By Grace’, written and sung by Ps Edwin Dadson has captured the hearts of many far and near as a result of its thankfulness and the Grace Effect it talks about, something that many have come to identify with especially throughout the COVID-19 season. ‘This Far by Grace’ points to the only source from whence our help comes from Jesus Christ. The Bible says Grace and Truth came through Him therefore, what we have and have become as a result of pure Grace.
The UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer and reigning VGMA gospel artiste of the year revived us again with ‘Nsenkyerene Nyame’ translated as Miracle Working God’ recorded at her The Experience’ concert held in Kumasi last year.
“Ye Obua Mi” by Joe Mettle a song declaring the Lord as our help is derived from Psalm 121;..”I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth. indeed…” The song also recounts all the things we’ve been through as a people in these past months, even though a period intense pandemic but the Lord has been our help.
Minister Joe Oscar Mettle delivered this song from last year and fans cannot seem to get enough of it. This song has been perfectly executed with an Afrobeat groove.