Every month, a slew of new Ghanaian gospel songs are released, but only a select few survive the test of time in the overcrowded gospel music industry. We do well as a platform to pay attention to some of these songs that are continually on our radio and receiving a lot of attention in the digital domain, and we provide them to you right now.
This graph is cumulative and not limited to the year of publication. The songs were selected as the most popular modern gospel songs in Ghana at the time of publication, with specific attention paid to their impressions (page visits, streaming, and downloads) recorded on our website over the course of a few months.
The idea behind this is to raise awareness of songs that are heavily listened to or have a lot of interactions on our platforms, which may reflect in the Ghanaian media, and to assist you in updating your music library if they aren’t already on your playlist. This list is updated on a regular basis to reflect changing audience preferences as well as the most popular gospel music in Ghana.
01. Diana Hamilton – Adom (Grace)
Diana Hamilton, a Ghanaian award-winning gospel singer, has released her new tune, “Adom (Grace),” in which she expresses her own fresh experience with God’s grace. In this beautiful and calming composition, the “Nsenkyere Nyankopon” singer and two-time Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Gospel Artiste of the Year winner describes the center of our life and what is holding us together to be the pure Grace of God.
02. Ohemaa Mercy – Ote Me Mu (He Lives In Me)
The new song “He Lives In Me,” which is a delicate reminder of who God is and what he has freely given to us as Christians, including his promised Holy Spirit residency in us for exploits, is a lovely reminder of who God is and what he has freely given us as Christians. The convener of the popular flagship worship performance, “Tehilla Experience,” who hasn’t published any music in a while, is overjoyed at the influence this song will have on everyone who prayerfully listens to it.
03. Joe Mettle – Ye Obua Mi
“Ye Obua Mi,” a song from the album “The Experience,” is based on Psalm 121: “I will lift up my eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my assistance.” Indeed, my assistance comes from the LORD, the Creator of the heavens and the earth…”
04. Celestine Donkor – Favor Everywhere
Even in the face of misfortune, a grateful heart has a great deal of value in God’s eyes. Celestine Donkor, the singer behind “Favour Everywhere,” has released “Thank You (Yedawase),” a thanksgiving song with Efya, Akwaboa, Maa Cynthia, Ashley Chucks, Eyram, and Victor.
The latest song, which is jam-packed with thanksgiving delicacies, is a terrific tool for helping you forget about the events of this historic year 2020 and instead worship God, because we have a lot to be thankful for.
05. Joe Mettle – Yesu Mo
Joe Mettle, a multi-award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer, has finally released his much-anticipated new tune, “Yesu Mo.” Yesu Mo is released on Joe Mettle’s birthday, as well as the day of his annual worship event, Praiz Reloaded, giving his supporters a double worship experience.
06.Celestine Donkor – Agbebolo
Agbebolo (Bread of Life) is a new song from Celestine Donkor’s camp that features emerging young gospel star Nhyiraba Gideon of Adom TV’s Nsoroma fame.
07. Akesse Brempong – Blessed
As he begins the month of June in the correct perspective and on a positive declarative note, versatile gospel musician Akesse Brempong has released the much-anticipated smashing Afrobeat gospel song “Blessed” with Joe Mettle.
08. Edwin Dadson – This Far By Grace
Since its debut, Ps Edwin Dadson’s song “This Far By Grace,” composed and sung by him, has won the hearts of many people far and wide as a consequence of its thanksgiving and the Grace Effect it discusses, which many have grown to identify with, especially during the COVID-19 season. “This Far by Grace” emphasizes Jesus Christ as the only source of our assistance. Grace and Truth came through Him, according to the Bible, so everything we have and are is due to pure Grace.
09. Diana Hamilton – Nsemkyerene Nyankopon
Diana Hamilton, a UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer and reigning VGMA gospel artiste of the year, resurrected us with her song “Nsenkyerene Nyame,” which means “Miracle Working God,” which was recorded at her The Experience event in Kumasi last year.
10. Joe JMettle – My Everything
Fans can’t get enough of Minister Joe Oscar Mettle’s song from last year. With an Afrobeat vibe, this song has been handled flawlessly.