Today’s #BumpThis is for all gospel music lovers, prayer warriors and choristers finding the latest in the gospel scene. Enjoy our playlist of the latest Nigerian Gospel songs.

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Love Me First — Chidinma

Nigerian Gospel music meets Amapiano on Chidinma’s latest song. Love Me First is her claim that God’s love for her existed before birth. Legworks can’t fail to this song of praise.

Ojoro — Mike Abdul feat. Clement Wyte

Ojoro, as stated in Mike Abdul’s song, is a snide remark haters drop when they see blessings falling on your lap and blame God for impartiality.

Lolo Remix — O’Tobi feat. Drakare

O’Tobi gets deep in his loverboy bag to describe the joy his babe gives him. God also got some shout-out for sending the babe his way. Drakare seasoned the track with a rap verse.

Made A Way — Prince Dayo feat. Hosana

Made A Way is a well-scored ministration song. From its slow-paced drums, guitar and keyboard chords to the choral backups, this track can never miss any time you yearn to praise and worship.

— Stephanie Keri feat. De Muna and David Williams

If you need gospel worship songs that sound like the clouds are open and angels are hovering around, I recommend Stephanie Keri’s Adonai. David Williams’ soothing vocals backed up Stephenie, and De Muna fueled it with her spoken word performance.

Do to Me What You Want — Dunsin Oyekan

In an eleven-minute-long ministration of worship and praise music, Dunsin Oyekan leads the music about totally surrendering himself to the higher power. Do to Me What You Want is a dedication song. 

Jaiye — Kaydeegospel

Kaydeegospel made this song so intimate one would first think it’s about a lover, but it’s God. Have a sweet relationship with God together, and make this your date soundtrack.

He Cares — PYEFA 

PYEFA uses his faith as a reference point for those seeking God’s face. He sings, “I no know wetin be your story, just know that Jesus Christ, he cares for you.”

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