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SelahAfrik Official Top 10 Gospel Chart Of The Week | 12th – 17th April, 2021

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Welcome to another wonderful edition of SelahAfrik Official Top 10 Weekly Gospel Chart, a rating put in place by leading Gospel blog SelahAfrik.

We might only be four months into the year but we’ve witness and heard lots of wonderful single already, all making strong case for the song of the year.

This week’s rating features top guns like Mike Abdul, Sinach, Nikki Laoye and more to mention but a few.

See the Weekly Gospel chart below:


10. Blessing Osaghae | Victory Giver

Blessing Osaghae | Victory Giver

Coming in hot at number 10 for this week’s Selah top 10 Gospel Chart is Blessing Osaghae with Victory Giver.

Blessing decided to reminds us of the almighty and all sufficient power of Christ and the great sacrifice He made to save the whole of humanity.

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9. Nikki Laoye & Tolu | Nothing Without You

Nikki Laoye & Tolu | Nothing Without You, SelahAfrik Official Top 10 Weekly Gospel Chart | 12 - 17 April, 2021

Nikki Laoye majestically praises her way back into SelahAfrik top 10 weekly gospel chart following the release of the visual for “Nothing With You”.

“Nothing With You” was initially released in 2018 but following the release of the visual the praise track went up the charting table once again.

“Nothing Without You” is a sweet testimony of how God’s Love and Grace has been our Anchor, Our Help, Our Shield cos “We are Nothing Without His Love and Grace to Us all”.

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8. Munachi | Calvary

New Single By Munachi CALVARY Featuring Alex Amos

AfroGospel artiste Munachi sets the bar even higher with this banging conscious single titled Calvary, featuring Alex Amos.

“Calvary” is a love song, a song that successfully bridge the “vibe-gap” between gospel message passed and the threading style of urban music while still not deviating from the message needed to be passed across.

It speaks of the love and sacrifice of Jesus. It is also a reminder of the victories and possibilities that the death of Jesus on the Cross and the resurrection afford us.

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7. Kelvin Benard | Ebube Dike

Kelvin Benard | Ebube Dike

Abuja-based gospel artiste, Kelvin Benard is at number 7 with Ebube Dike.

Ebube Dike” is a song which eulogizes God in all his power, awesomeness and wonder. It speaks of the limitlessness of God. It also describes the beauty of his majesty.

Kelvin made worship soo seamless and easy with this wonderful piece, a song that was well complimented by his powerful vocals and the directness of the message been passed.

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6. Psalmos | Melody In My Heart

New Music By Psalmos Tagged MELODY IN MY HEART

Psalmos continues to touch lives and bless souls what looks like her worship masterpiece tagged “Melody In My Heart”.

“Melody In My Heart” is a song of praise and gratitude, its folk Yoruba inspired rhythm will put a step on your feet from the start to finish.

It has a contemporary feel while still giving you that home melody fused with the talking drums

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5. GEMS | The Greatest

gems - the greatest, SelahAfrik Official Top 10 Weekly Gospel Chart | 12 - 17 April, 2021

Starting at number 5 for this week’s countdown is gospel group, GEMS  with “The Greatest”.

“The Greatest” is an afro-soul gospel fusion single that speaks about the greatness and awesome-ness of God and to offer Him praise for who He is.

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4. Nathaniel Bassey | Hallelujah Challenge Praise Medley

Veteran Gospel Artiste Nathaniel Bassey Shares "Hallelujah Again" Album

Coming for the third week is veteran gospel artiste and man of God, Nathaniel Bassey retains top spot at this week’s Selah top 10 with his praise & worship hit single titled Hallelujah Challenge Praise Medley.

A song of worship that easily draws one into the presence of the Most High not to mention Nathaniel Bassey’s true mastery of the Trumpet that was on full display.

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3. Sammie  Okposo | Too Good To Be True

Sammie Okposo, Too Good To Be True, SelahAfrik Official Top 10 Weekly Gospel Chart | 12 - 17 April, 2021

Internationally renowned gospel artiste and worship leader Sammie Okposo takes the number 3 spot for this edition of the weekly gospel chart with “Too Good To Be True”

Sammie Okposo took every listener on another not soo common dimension with this powerful single

It is colourful and captivating. The pump and energy emitted is contagious. It will definitely stir one into its joyous ambiance.

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2. Mike Abdul | You No Dey Look Face

Multi-award wining gospel superstar Mike Abdul continues to show why he has always been a force to reckon with.

You No Dey Look Face” is a worship masterpiece that  features the Yoruba Mass Choir, Mike Abdul reminds us of this character of God in his latest ballad, “You No Dey Look Face”.

A song of unconditional gratitude and praise to The Father for his thoughtfulness towards us .

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1. Sinach | There’s An Overflow

Sinach | There's An Overflow | Feat. Jekalyn Carr

Internationally renowned Gospel artiste and worship leader Sinach might have just given us another evergreen masterpiece with “There’s An Overflow”.

When it’s Sinach you already know what to expect and “There’s An Overflow” is a testament of that fact.

The awesome and almost telepathic switch between between Sinach and jekalyn Carr is another thing to watch out for on the track.

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The SelahAfrik Official Top 10 Weekly Gospel Chart is collated by the music admin department of the platform. 

Other Gospel songs worthy of mention from this week’s SelahAfrik Official top 10 chart includes JLyricz with “Love Me Too Much” and Okey with “Omema”. Stay tune and blessed for next week’s edition of  SelahAfrik top 10 chart.

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