5 AFRICAN GOSPEL SONGS YOU MISSED THIS WEEK (CATALOGUE 001)

This week`s five African gospel songs in no particular order.

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Chineze - Lift Your Name

The mandate is to reveal Jesus Christ through worship, so Chineze, also a co-pastor/music minister at the Fathers Church Abuja dropped her latest single, "Lift Your Name," taken from the "Endless" album. Are you looking for a new gospel song this week? This one is for you. Click here to download.

Frank Edwards - Unto The King

Frank Edwards wants you to have a season of spiritual music, so he released "Unto The King" featuring Pita, the second of quadruplet songs written to revitalise your Christian walk. You can download it here.

Dr Paul – Jehovah (Ft. Prospa Ochimana)

We all enjoyed Dr Paul`s collaboration with Frank Edwards in 2017, Preye Orok in 2018, and now Prospa Ochimana in May. Titled "Jehovah," the new partnership is a worship song, and it should be topping your gospel music playlist. You can click here to download.

Maurice Kirya - Nze Ani

Last week, Ugandan gospel artist, Maurice Kirya spun a new worship video. Self-produced and directed by Isaac for SoloFX, he titled it "Nze Ani," which means Who Am I. You can download it here.

Lily Perez - Power In The Name

Jesus told his disciples, you`ll have whatsoever you ask The Father in my name. Apostle Paul wrote to the Philippian church saying, "that is why God has now lifted him so high and has given him the name beyond all names, so that at the name of Jesus “every knee shall bow, whether in Heaven or earth or under the earth."

Now, Lily Perez has dropped "Power In The Name," the 15th track from her new deluxe album, "VICTORY." Click here to download.

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