10 Urban Gospel Songs You Can Use for Church Choreography | Part 2


Yesterday I gave you a list of 10 urban gospel songs you can use for your dance choreography in church. Well, that was part one.

Part two (2) is listed below ij no particular order;

1. Neqta – Nobody

Sometimes you find yourself in situations you feel there’s no way out. No way for progress no way for success. But someway somehow a way paves. Springs start to flow for you even in desert areas. Then you know God is at work, it’s “nobody” but God. This is the concept behind Neqta’s new piece. You’ll have to get your swag on for this one.

2. Trish – Praise Him

“Praise Him” by Trish is literally telling everyone to come together and praise the Lord. Your crew will have a field day practicing and performing to this song. Get ready to praise Him for He has been good to us all.

3. Raf Able – Things You Do

This afro banger from Raf Able titled “Things You Do” is on another level trust me. Your choreographynis definitely not going to be a dull one with this piece. Get ready to dance your hearts out.

4. Trap Maestros – Shift

Urban Gospel trio, Trap Maestros as we all know them with their powerful and spirit-filled songs have released yet another song titled “Shift”. “Shift” is a message-filled song which projects a quotation in the bible, Romans 12:1-2. The trio strongly believe releasing this song will create renewal of minds and transform souls for Christ. Conserve your energy because you’ll need enough stamina to choreograph to this tune.

5. Rio – Ebenu Woho

Another afro beat banger from the man Rio. “Ebenu Woho” is the title of this one. Rio goes hard on this one as he speaks about Heaven. “Ebenu Woho” literally means “you’ll regret”. Rio’s message on this song simply says, don’t miss heaven. Enjoy this one.

6. Olade – Do The Lydia (feat. Sir Okpong)

Music coming from the camp of Christ for Youth International (CYI). Featuring on this piece titled “Do The Lydia” is Olade and Sir. Okpongz. I believe you already have your dancing shoes on. Enjoy this one.

7. Kells – Burst My Brain

Versatile urban/contemporary gospel artiste Kells has finally released the visuals for his afro beat piece titled “Burst My Brain“. You’ll definitely love this one. Sing along with me “Oh na na na”. Please do well to recommend for a friend.

8. Daniel Jeddman – Your Grace

Without the grace of God, nothing is possible. Grace in natural senses means something you don’t deserve, merit, don’t qualify to receive but yet, a high deity, a greater existence grants you free of charge. German based gospel artiste Daniel Jeddman is here with his new piece titled “Your Grace”. Get your grove on.

9. Love Troy – Nyame Som Y3de

This piece is from the group Love Troy and they title this one “Nyame Som Yɛ Dɛ” which literally means “Serving God brings one joy”. Tis so sweet to trust and serve God. The Love Troy crew is basically telling the world hos sweet it is to worship the Lord. You’ll be blessed as you listen.

10. The Kings’ Crew – Eze (feat. TB1)

The Kings’ Crew popularly known as TKC dropped their first international collaboration with Nigeria’s gospel hip hop king TB1. The song is titled “EZE” which simply translates as king. This song is definitely a masterpiece, a must listen. Enjoy.

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