Top Ghanaian gospel songs in 2022 so far (Trending Gospel Music)
Great and timely gospel songs have been released so far in 2022 and you may as well regard 2022 as one of the busiest gospel music years in Ghana.
We bring you the top 15 gospel songs that made it to our trending chart as Top Ghanaian Gospel Songs in 2022 so far. This is the cumulative edition, meaning this will be updated till the year ends regarding the relevancy of songs. New songs shall be added and others removed accordingly as per our editorial standard in determining relevance.
Waye Me Yie, is her testimony of God’s goodness and superfluous grace lavished on all transferring her from a state of nothingness to a place of influence.
Scott Evans has been on the lips of many industry players – who have since urged Ghanaians to patronize his songs since his potential is set to put the country on the map. The approach to ‘Best Side’ has been a bilingual one, capturing audiences from both Ghana and Nigeria already. This masterpiece is produced by Nektunez.
Kadosh is the title track of Joe Mettle’s latest body of work “Kadosh” available for streaming on all platforms. The chanting nature of this song inspires prayer and worship among many as it helps the believer ponder on the holiness of God.
Hewale Lala is a song is set to encourage and reassure us not to be afraid of whatever situations we find ourselves in but trust in God, and He will in turn give us strength to overcome. It is a promise God has given to His children because He is more than sufficient.
There is that characteristic of Jesus that causes you to have His full attention to do the impossible when you call His name. For “everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” Rom. 10:13. The Name of Jesus by Diana Hamilton brings inspires believe in the only name by which men are saved.
Here’s a praise song from the Ghanaian Gospel Music minister and great worshippers Bethel Revival Choir as they birth out a soul-lifting song and titled this tune “Tegbe Tegbe(Forever)” featuring Ps Edwin Dadson from the Akpe Album.” The song is receiving heavy plays both on Traditional media and on Youtube.
Great Jehovah by Joe Mettle toes the line of “My Everything” in groove, a very delightful Afrobeat/Afrohighlife gospel tune that will get you up on your feet dancing. Great Jehovah is the first single from his upcoming project “KADOSH”. The song acknowledges the supremacy of God.
MOGmusic – Your Presence
MOG’s ‘Your Presence’ is a single coming off the Koinonia Live album.
Diana Hamilton – Pentecostal Praise Medley
This Pentecostal Praise Medley was recorded live in COP Auditorium in Bantama, Kumasi
Celestine Donkor – They That Wait Mercy Masika
Bethel Revival Choir – Xorla ft Helen Yawson
Queendalyn – Wo Tim Ho Daa
Queendalyn’s ‘Wo Tim Ho Daa’ single translated as “You Remain The Same”, eulogizes the greatness of God in one major phrase, His ability to remain the same hence His never changing nature from generation to generation.
Joyce Blessing – Trending
FIRE – Siisi Baidoo ft Theophilus Sunday & Sandra Boakye Duah
Ruth Adjei – Matchless Father
The new song ‘Matchless father’ and is already gaining traction within the music landscape in Ghana. Ruth Adjei said “The song is wholly inspired by the Holy Spirit. It was a song one great one of God told me I will receive from the Lord which by the special mercies of God and I received one morning when I decided to exalt the name of the Lord.”