Top 10 Nigerian Gospel Songs from 2020

Nigerian gospel music industry is one of the biggest in African and as such, their music has traveled length and breadth of the Globe with global names such as Sinach, Nathaniel Bassey, and the likes.

2020 has also been a good year gospel music-wise though the world went through a difficult time of a pandemic, Nigerian gospel music just as gospel music from other parts of the world brought hope, thanksgiving, and faith into a chaotic atmosphere.

As we do always, we have editorially picked up these songs to be the top 10 gospel songs from Nigeria as we do in other place around the world. Check out Top Ghanaian thanksgiving and worship songs from 2020 HERE

 

With a captivating Pop plus an upbeat tempo sound, Bigger Everyday by Moses Bliss has no doubt been the biggest Nigerian gospel music from 2020. The versatile gospel singer and ‘Too faithful’ crooner has positively professed greatness over his in this urban groove song featuring other urban/contemporary gospel singers such as Festizie, Membrane, Uwa, Chris Heaven, and Temple.

 


 

  • ALL THAT MATTERS – MINISTER GUC

Eezee concept signee brought a sweet worship fragrance into 2020 with this anthem “All that matters” that quickly becoming a hit around the world. The song quickly caught the attention of listeners nationally and beyond and currently boasting of 30 Million Youtube Streams.

 


 

  • MERCY CHIMWO – OBINASOM

Expressing Love is all that Valentine’s Day is about and award-winning singer Mercy Chinwo thought it wise to remind all and sundry of the Love of God expressed through Jesus our Lord in her new song ‘Obinasom’. Mercy adds Obinasom to her ever grown list of hits songs such as Excess Love, Bor Ekom, Akamdinelu and more.

 


 

  • DUSIN OYEKAN – FRANGRANCE TO FIRE

Undoubtedly Dunsin Oyekan is one of the best worship revivalists from Africa who is known for true identity with singing deep revelations. Frangrance to Fire is an upbeat worship peace that became an instant hit after it’s released with great reviews from international gospel music giants around the world.

 


 

  • SETTLED – ADA EHI

The Afrocentric and Pop gospel singer came through with Settled. A danceable song of praise that marks Ada’s official change of name to now include her surname Ehi with the artist’s full name now becoming Ada Ehi.

 


 

  • OLORUN AGBAYE – NATHANIEL BASSEY FT CHANDLER MOORE

This song according to popular reviews is the biggest collaborations from Nigeria in 2020. Olorun Agbaye (You are mighty) is a song that delivers appellations to God in a beautiful worshipful manner. This song brought to attention the sweet Yoruba language, bring worship alive.

 


 

  • YOU ARE ENOUGH – TOBI OSHO

Viral Instagram Singing sensation, Tobi Osho releases his highly anticipated new single “You Are Enough,” and its accompanying video lifted from his SHIFT live recording which took place in Lagos, Nigeria. Tobi Osho has serenaded music lovers with amazing covers and renditions of popular gospel songs that have captured the hearts of many and the attention of some of the industry’s greats.

 


 

  • OKAY – LIMOBLAZE X ADA EHI

This is yet another Afrofusion classic! The Ada Ehi & Limoblaze combo is one that has been highly anticipated and guess what? they didn’t disappoint. Produced by Jay classic, Okay features the incredible Nsikak on the guitars. The song is an expression of God’s love and grace.

 


 

  • THE BLOOD AND THE NAME – DUNSIN OYEKAN

After a very impressive faith-boosting recent single titled ‘Anthem (What God Cannot Do Does Not Exist)‘, the Nigerian gospel star Dunsin Oyekan known for his thought-provoking gospel song debuts another new single “The Blood And The Name”. In this new single, Dunsin Oyekan reveals the mysteries the blood of Jesus cries out when we mention the Name OF JESUS.

 


 

  • NA YOU DEY REIGN – MERCY CHINWO

Highly addictive, ‘Na You Dey Reign‘ is yet another fan-favorite from Mercy Chinwo‘sSatisfied’ album. It’s a groovy praise jam and dance striking uptempo that’s certainly going to hit the praise-worship sessions in churches and playlists of many music lovers.