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Top Nigerian Gospel Music You Should Remember

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When talking about the top Nigerian gospel music, there are some songs that will forever remain in our heart, even when we hear the beat, we get to know the song title and artist immediately. These are songs you can never tired of listening to, a song when you hear reminds you of a certain time or situations in your life. They inspire you, motivate you, make you put up some dance steps and sing along just like you scored the songs for the singers.

 

Here Are The Top Nigerian Gospel Music You Should Know

Weluwelu by Sammi Okposo: The track which was in the unconditional love album, weluwelu was a hit track in the album which was released in the year 2000, it enjoyed massive airplay both on radio and Tv and it increases the exposure of the artist sammie Okposo to more gospel concerts across the country and other parts of the world.

Ore ti o common by Tope Alabi: The album which contains 10 lovely, interesting and inspiring tracks which was released in 2001 contains songs like ‘’Baba Mimo Mo Wa Sope’’ ‘’wa gbadura mi’’ ‘’E Ke hallelujah’’ and other great tracks in it.

Odun Nlo Sopin by C.A.C Good Women Choir: Talk of classic and an evergreen song, here is it. Growing up, we we listen to this song most especially when the year is about winding down. The song was released in the year 1979 (40 years now) and it still enjoys massive airplay towards the end of the year. the choiristance were led by Mrs. D.A Fasoyin 

Ijoba Orun by Lara George: You remember this soul searching song by Lara George? The calmness of the song would make you have a rethink on the life you are living, knowing very well our last destination is heaven the song which was in her debut album titled ‘’Forever in my heart’’ released in 2008 after her former musical group (kush) was disbanded the group which inludes artist like TY Bello, Dapo Torimiro and Emem Ema.

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Listing the top Nigerian gospel music you should remember is only the discretion of the author, the  author is not insisting, it is only due to the songs he is exposed to. you too add your songs to make the list a great one.

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