Nigerian Top 5 Gospel Songs Of The Week | 46th Week Of 2019
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5. Emmanuel Hero – Halleluyah
Emmanuel Hero returns with another melodic soft tune of praise “Hallelujah” as a way of wrapping up the year. Hallelujah is as song of praise and appreciation to God for all that we have and are enjoying from him.
According to the soft spoken singer, “Everything we do , all the struggle, waking up early, going through education, running to & fro each day etc, all is just to make sure Life is beautiful. That’s how precious life is to us. AND WHAT DO WE SAY TO THE GIVER OF LIFE? .Download MP3
4. Petual – Jesus For Me
Fast rising gospel singer, PETUAL storms into the Nigerian Music with a well crafted debut single titled “JESUS FOR ME “Download MP3
3. ThomBee – Enough For Me
ThomBee decides to hit the music scene with her debut single titled ENOUGH FOR ME.
ThomBee is an anointed Minister and a sensational worship leader based in Abuja, Her debut Single ‘Enough For Me’ is centered on the selfless sacrifice of Jesus on the cross and Jesus as the only hope of Eternal life for every believer.Download MP3
2. Dr. Paul Eneche – Elee
Dr. Paul Enenche, Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel, has released a new song/video of ‘Elee’ to mark this year’s anniversary of the ministry.
The song entitled Elee, is in appreciation to God for HIS faithfulness in the ministry.
Speaking on the inspiration behind the song, Dr. Enenche said the song is an exclamation of Joy and enthusiastic appreciation to God for the wonders HE has so graciously done in the church.Download MP3
1. Sinach Ft. Nolly – Omemma
International Gospel Artist, Sinach has released the visuals to her new hit single, Omemma featuring Indigenous Hip Hop Artist, Nolly.
Omemma is a joyful and lively African melody written in English and Igbo (a language from South Eastern Nigeria), and it talks about the goodness, faithfulness, and special love of God.