This week`s five African gospel songs in no particular order.
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REAL TO ME - BIG BOLAJI
Bolaji Olarewaju (popularly called Big B) drops a new single titled
"Real To Me." Summarising his life journey thus far, "you are so real to me...was birthed out of a longing to put words together in appreciation of all that Jesus has done with this undeserving vessel.
I invite you to share the warmth it brought to me,” he shared. (Click here to download).
TRUMPET - TIM GODFREY x SOUNDCHECK1
Rox Nation frontman, Tim Godfrey released "Trumpet" this week, and the song is very special to him. Featuring the talented "Soundcheck1," he called on followers to listen and kindly retweet the new single. So far so brilliant, I`m loving this song. (Download here).
I NEED YOU NOW - WOLE AWOLOLA
Watching Wole Awolola`s "I Need You Now" music video is refreshing. Described as "probably the most intimate song of prayer to God" he has ever written, underlining our helplessness and hopelessness without God - this worship song won`t leave you in doubt. You can download it here.
FAVOURED - ELWOMA FEATURING GLOWREEYAH BRAIMAH
Elwoma links up with Glowreeyah Braimah in "Favoured." Narrating how they met, "I was randomly going through Instagram last year when Gaisebaba (a Nigerian gospel artist) asked on his wall," who would you like to do a collabo with? Elwoma instantly replied, Glowreeyah.
Today, the answer has grown into a new gospel single. You can download it here.
DEM NO BE GOD - MIKE ABDUL x BABATUNMISE
Currently enjoying online radio play is Mike Abdul`s new song "Dem No Be God" featuring Babatunmise. You know what to expect when Mike jumps on an Afro-gospel beat, fuji to be specific. You can download the Tyanx produced single here.
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