Top 10 trending Nigerian Gospel Songs 2021

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Nigerian Gospel Songs 2021

When it comes to spirit inspired filled songs, Nigeria gospel singers are one of the leaders in the world.

Talk of worship and praise in diverse tunes and beats, there are thousands of Nigerian gospel songs that would do justice to that.

To prove that Nigerian Gospel songs are no longer limited to the country or Africa, the recent wins by Sinach at the international stage is proof that indeed the country is home to some of the best praise and worship leaders in the world.

Recollect that Sinach was the first singer cum songwriter ever to top the Billboard Christian Songwriter chart for 12 weeks in a row. Her single, Way Maker, bagged three nominations and also won the Song of the Year at the 51st GMA Dove Awards, as she became the first Nigerian to win the Award.

Also, there has been a rise in collaborations between Nigerian gospel singers and their contemporaries across the world.

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In other to update you with some of the trending gospel songs in the country, Kemifilani has come up with a list of songs for you to listen to.

Below is a list of the top 10 trending Nigerian Gospel Song 2021

1. Chidinma Ekile – Jehova Over Do

This song was released amidst the period when Chidinma Ekile declared she was dumping secular music for gospel music.

The unexpected turnaround was part of the reason why the song trended as many wanted to listen to her debut song as a gospel artist.

Well, the song has turned out to be a success and has left listeners waiting for her next song.

2. Oniduro mi by Yinka Alaseyori

While there have been different versions of this song, the one by Yinka Alaseyori however gained ground and went viral a few days ago, after popular gospel artist, Tope Alabi criticized the song.

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Ever since then, Nigerians have gone ahead to download the song to show support for Yinka Alaseyori.

3. Olurun Agbaye by Nathaniel Bassey

Though the song was released in 2020, it, however, continued to gain ground till the new year. Like every of Nathaniel Bassey’s song, the song was in slow worship to God. It also came with some solid instrumentals.

4. To Know you more by Dunsin Oyekan

The song is currently making wave in the Nigerian gospel music scene.

According to the records, made available, the song is a track off is Dunsin Oyekan‘s latest studio body of work, “The Gospel Of The Kingdom” album.

5. Jesus Never Fails by MaryJane Nweke Ft. Mercy Chinwo

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The song is a combination of traditional folk music and eastern Highlife.

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