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SelahAfrik Top 10 Gospel Music Releases 2015


Happy last week of the year SelahAfrikans! It’s the top 10 Gospel Music Releases for 2015 and I am all revved up to present this one. Consider this songs as the wow moments in the Gospel music ministry in 2015 and honestly, there were alot of great releases this year but we only got space for 10, so stroll scroll with us as we present SelahAfrik Top 10 Gospel Music Releases 2015.

1. I’m Alive to Worship – Bamidele Gospel


Bamidele Gospel was introduced into the Gospel music industry in May with the debut single, “I’m Alive to Worship”. The natural effects of the acoustic guitar, the flute that hum in the background, the sincerity in the lyrics and the spirit on the song all come together to make “I’m Alive to Worship” one of the most spectacular works of 2015.



2.  Ada – iTestify


Ada is a spectacular artiste… well rounded and one of the best exports of the Gospel music. Any song from this diva could have made the list as she has been busy all year with amazing releases but “iTestify” stands out.



3. Chris Shalom – Power Belongs to You

Chris Shalom Power Belongs to You

When this song was going to be released in January, Chris Shalom had high expectations and also said it was going to top his effort on the popular single “You are the Reason”, well, it did! With a simple sing-along lyrics and melodious rhythm, “Power Belongs to You” is picking up pace fast spreading beyond the Gospeldom and breaking into the commercial unit.



4. Isabella – Jesus is Here

Isabella Jesus Is Here art

The most beautiful thing about this treasure of a song is that Isabella – the Gospel lady of songs – didn’t even want to release it when she did. It was pressure from colleagues that made her gave in… funny, it’s one of the best releases of 2015.



5. Mike Abdul – Hallelujah

Mike Abdulng

Mike Abdul could have released any other song and still get it on the top 10, 2015 releases. Dynamic artiste, uber talented and quite adventurous in his style, put the qualities together and what you have is series of hits including “Oh My Jesu”, “Ready to Praise” and many more.



6. Nathaniel Bassey – This God is too Good

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Nathaniel Bassey has a way of making worship look very natural like walking in a park, eating and the likes. Released in August and featuring American singer Micah Stampley, this is arguably the best collaboration of 2015.



7. Onos – Oghene Me


Specially anointed for this ministry, Onos is one of the hardest working Gospel songstress with back-to-back releases, nominations and awards lineup. Produced by ace producer Wilson Joel, “Oghene Me” is the kind of song you hear for the first time and just sing along like you’ve always known the song.



8. GAMiE – Crucifix


GAMiE is standing tall with a rap song amongst worship, Afro upbeats and praise singles and he is holding his own. By far, the realest rap single released in 2015 with a classical Hip Hop beat and on point delivery… GAMiE recaptures the beauty of the death of Christ – the Resurrection and the life. GAMiE also released his double album “Beyound Words” & “TTSS” this year.



9. Kaydee Number – Oghene Doh


This Highlife single stand in a class of its own. The single widens the scope of the Gospel music in terms of genre and the closest you can find to this type is Ibitayo Jeje and Nosa. Creative and excellent piece… the instrumental is simply classic!



10. Soltune – Jesus my Love


Soltune said this song was actually released a while back but thank God he released it officially this year. It’s one of the best tunes for 2015 and seeing the couple of charts the song has made it on to, a lot of people think the same about the song.





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