4 AFRICAN GOSPEL SONGS YOU PROBABLY MISSED THIS WEEK
In no particular order of listening preference, we share four African gospel songs that you probably missed their release memo.
KEISHA - DON'T LEAVE ME
Keisha is a great artist who can do many things: sing, write poetry, rap and dance. This week saw another single drop from the Zambian female gospel artist who also doubles as a member of J.O.E Nation and The Resistance. You can download "Don`t Leave Me" here.
PALMIRA - HE MAKES A WAY
Palmira Mmerife, the Nigerian gospel artist, described her new song this way, "no matter how long it takes, no matter how far you go, no matter what comes your way, He (God) makes a way." Birthed in the place of waiting on God`s promise is "He Makes A Way," a song filled with inspiration. You can download here.
EMMANUEL STEPHEN - FAMOUS
When Emmanuel Stephen sent his music producer the latest single, "Famous," instantly he understood the need for such a project. Recalling the event, "I knew that there is no greater way to show the world how famous God is except by our words and deeds," said Onome Ovwori. You can listen to the new song here.
FRANK AMPONSAH - THANK YOU LORD (REMIX)
Still touring churches in the Gold Coast of West Africa, Ghana, Frank Amponsah the UK-based gospel artist has released the Youtube visual of his Thank You Lord (Remix). You can catch the video here.