Urban Gospel Songs You Should Have On Your Playlist | Afro Beats Edition I


Urban Gospel music is fast rising and the discography from various artistes keeps increasing. Here’s a list of afro beat songs worth having on your playlist.

Mister Pryz – Gratitude [Download]
Anytime I listen to this song I get chills. Mister Pryz’s “Gratitude” song places emphasis on God’s grace and the need for one to show gratitude. You’ll definitely keep this track on repeat once you hear it for the first time.

Edem Evangelist – Mindaboshi [Download]
Another afro banger from the camp of Edem Evangelist. “Mindaboshi” which translates as “Thank You” is praise song that would keep you in sync with why one has to be thankful. Trust me you’ll love this masterpiece.

Goddey – Hallelujah [Download]
After being off the scene for a while, vocal sensation bounced back with a beautiful piece dubbed “Hallelujah”. This praise song will keep you intrigued and elated at the same time. You’ll keep repeating hallelujah constantly.

Absteiner – Edey Bee [Download]
A Christmas banger by all standards; “Edey Bee”. Absteiner went out of his comfort zone on this piece to produce a dance tune what would keep everyone on their feet dancing. Indeed God is good and mercies endureth forever.

Raf Able – Things You Do Remix [Download]
After making waves with “Things You Do”, Raf Able had no other option than to drop the remix to this afro banger. God does wondrous things on a regular and Raf Able emphasizes on this on this piece.

Scott Evans – Everyday (feat. Lil Krah) [Download]
Arguably the biggest song on Scott Evans’ debut album “The Glory”, “Everyday” featuring Lil Krah is a piece you’ll keep jamming to on a regular basis. Everyday we all ought to give God that praise and that’s the message Scott puts across in this piece.

Wuddah – Aaba [Download]
I call “Aaba” a national anthem and believe me it is. Wuddah went hard on this afro banger and he gives shouts to various acts and pacesetters on this piece. Once you playlist this song you won’t stop dancing and tapping your feet as well.

Neqta – Me to Ndwom [Download]
“Me to Ndwom” by Neqta literally translates as “I’ll sing a song”. This vibe will keep you nodding your head in sync. Neqta’s approach to this tune is very soothing and you’ll definitely appreciate the song.

Ma Name Is Aaron – Yesu Keena [Download]
A cool, calm and collected piece is how I term Name Is Aaron’s “Yesu Keena” Produced by Studio 9, this song is meant to encourage Christians to stand firm against all forms of adversities. You’ll keep it on repeat.

TheWord – Boa Me [Download]
Urban duo, TheWord Music produced an emotional vibe on “Boa Me” which translates as “Help Me”. This soothing piece will help you understand the measure of God’s unfailing love.

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