Top Ten trending Ghanaian Gospel Songs in 2021
Many great gospel songs have been released in 2021 so far and a few of these songs have made their way to grab the attention of both mainstream and digital media space. As always, we bring you a picture of the top gospel songs released so far.
This chart is editorially chosen and only songs released in 2021 have made the cut. Much attention has been paid to the popularity of the song in the general space, streams counts (Mostly Youtube), how well it has been accepted, and also how users have interacted with the songs on this platform (visits, download, etc).
This chat will be updated throughout the rest of the year and some songs will either move to the top, bottom or be removed from the list entirely as they will be replaced by new entries.
Multiple award-winning gospel singer Joe Mettle has served us with an amazing new Ga contemporary gospel song titled “Ye Obua Mi (My Help)“, available now for streaming and download on all streaming platforms. According to Joe Mettle Ye Obua Mi is a heart’s cry of worship and confession of who the Lord is to us in these trying times.
Renowned Ghanaian gospel songstress Ohemaa Mercy has finally released her much anticipated new single “Ote Me Mu” featuring MOGmusic. 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 sweet blend of the contemporary and highlife gospel features is the new song as well a great vocal delivery from Ohemaa Mercy and MOGmusic makes this song stand out perfectly.
Awurade Ye is Diana Hamilton’s second release of the year 2021 for the Vodafone Ghana Music winner after “Victory Praise”. Diana is well known for blending the local highlife gospel with the contemporary perfectly hence appealing to both the young and old. The offers a beautiful upbeat highlife groove that promises to inspire everyone who hears that God is still in the business of answering prayers and performing miracles in the most difficult situations.
“Nkunim (The Victory Song)” is the latest addition to Carl Clottey’s growing and incredible repertoire of gospel music and without a doubt, this song is a masterpiece. The song is currently available for streaming and download on all major platforms.
Carl promised to bring something different on board and this song carries the weight of a declarative force that re-affirms an already attained altitude in Christ Jesus for the believer.
Oluwa is involved is Joyce blessing’s first 2021 single that inspires all to understand that God is interested in all aspects of our lives. Having suffered a lot including humiliations and family breakup herself, Joyce is standing in a place of confidence in God and urges all to do likewise in this new song.
Versatile Ghanaian gospel singer Akesse Brempong unveils an Afrobeat/Afropraise jam titled “Victory”, that will get you into your victory mode. The latest record by the award-winning gospel recording artist happens to be his first project of the year (2021). ‘Victory’ features Johnny Haick.
Ghanian Gospel music powerhouse MOGmusic has joined forces with Joe Mettle to release his latest single “Yesu” accompanied by an excellent and classy video that can be viewed on YouTube. The audio is also available now on all major music platforms.
Celestine Donkor’s ‘Only You” is a song produced by Shadrach Yawson (Shaa). A song that narrates a real testimony, acknowledging God Alone as the source, force, and reason behind the miracles and transformations we experience in our everyday lives.”
Rising gospel singer Jacquelyn Oforiwaa-Amanfo (JOA) always brings something refreshing to the table, and this time round she talks about the amazing love of God in her new single “This Love”, her first single for the year.
Versatile and growing Ghanaian gospel singer noted to be the next big gospel giant in the industry together with Amy Newman and Shadrach Mensah recorded “Nyame Tease”. This is a song that has done so well so far and getting the needed attention.