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20 Christian Songs to Listen to Right Now by Nigerian artists

20 Christian Songs to Listen to Right Now by Nigerian artists

by Toyosi Adugunle 

Music is such a beautiful, peaceful piece. I call it a safe place because that's what it is to me and a lot of people, I'm sure. I love that it transcends time. I could listen to a song from the 90s and it could speak so much to my emotions and experiences in 2022. There are lots of songs that are super-duper lovely and are a blessing to our hearts, but here’s my list of 20 songs you SHOULD add to your playlists (if you don't already have it there) in no particular order:

 

  1. Nazarene by An Endless Ocean 
  1. Daddy God by Tianney 
  1. Ayo by Ife 
  1. As we dey go by Jo Deep 
  1. Elijah Level by Gaise Baba 
  1. This love by Dami Maverick 
  1. Safe by Sinmidele 
  1. I'll be fine by OG Music 
  1. Shoemaker by 121 Selah 
  1. Amen Amen by TY Bello 
  1. The Lord is my light by Nathaniel Bassey
  1. Koseunti by Sunmisola Agbebi
  1. I'm not alone by Dami Oluwatoyinbo
  1. No one else by The Amen Choir
  1. Lord you're so good by Calledout Music
  1. If God be for me by Nosa 
  1. Haske by Kaestrings
  1. Abba by Tomiwa Immanuel 
  1. Fire on my altar by Pastor Emmanuel Iren 
  1. Brand new light by Defayo
Here's the whole playlist put together on youtube


Which of these songs do you have on your playlist and absolutely love? Don't hoard good songs too, share your top 5 gospel songs with us in the comment section✨ 

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  1. Is it possible to have it in a playlist?

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    1. Yes, you can check it out here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF_PQ8b0Lmq6MAYWzkZWzFuTM3lL1DZoe

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  2. Omo baba, by spirit of prophecy is also very good.

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