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SelahAfrik Official Top 10 Gospel Chart Of The Week | 19th – 23rd April, 2021

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NOTHING MISSING by Preye Odede, SelahAfrik Official Gospel chart of the week

SelahAfrik Official Gospel chart of the week (19th – 23th April, 2021) is out. A list that features some really exciting Gospel artistes and their works within the Mindustry.

The chart is aimed at acknowledging and spotting top notch Gospel songs from each weekly release and as it seems, gospel artiste all over the country has not been showing any sign of ever slowing down, with lots of highly anticipated projects and soul edifying singles been released already.

Sit tight and brace for impact as we bring to you this week’s edition of SelahAfrik Official Gospel chart of the week

See the Gospel songs of the week below:


10.  Yuttie John-Udoh | Amesemboro

Yuttie John-Udoh | Amesemboro

Making her SelahAfrik Top 10 debut is Yuttie John-Udoh with a wonderful worship tune tagged Amesemboro.

Amesemboro” which means “Lord, you always answer me” is just the perfect song every believer needs to get the day started on a positive note.

A song of strong conviction that our God still answers prayers. It doesn’t really matter what life throws at you, there’s hope at the end of the tunnel.

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9. Prince Micah | Hallelujah

AfroGospel sensational music minister; Prince Micah keeps on with his style of fire releases with “Hallelujah”.

A song that brings nothing but hope and re-assurance in the power and reliability of the Most High God even when the situation says otherwise.

“Hallelujah” is sure to put everyone who comes across it in a deep mood of gratitude with a clear understanding of God’s love, care and the victories He’s given us

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8. Nathaniel Bassey | Hallelujah Challenge Praise Medley

Veteran Gospel Artiste Nathaniel Bassey Shares "Hallelujah Again" Album

Hallelujah Challenge Praise Medley by Nathaniel Bassey retains top spot at this week’s Selah top 10.

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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7. Bishop Henry Sado | Holy Fire

Bishop Henry Sado | Holy Fire | Feat. Petersongs, Aria B & Mercy Music

Just like the title of the song, everything about this song is just straight up fire and soul edifying.

Bishop Henry Sado decided to drag everyone into the mood of worship and deep meditation with this lovely piece tagged “Holy Fire”.

You’re doubting ? here, check it out yourself

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6. Sammie  Okposo | Too Good To Be True

Sammie Okposo, Too Good To Be True

With tons of testimonies still coming in and lives been touched then it is only normal to have Sammie Okposo With “Too Good To Be True” on the list for the umpteenth time.

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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5. Emem Baseda | Exquisite Love

Emem Baseda | Exquisite Love

Emem Baseda surely did a huge number on this really wonderful single tagged ”Exquisite Love”.

”Exquisite Love” is a Contemporary song that talks about the beautifulness and Pleasantness of Christ’s Love for Mankind!.

A song so good and appealing it has a strong case for any of the top spots.

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4. Caleb Bright | Air I Breathe

Caleb Bright | Air I Breathe, SelahAfrik Official Gospel chart of the week

LoveWorld ministries artiste and songwriter, Caleb Bright claims this week number 5 spot with “Air I Breathe”.

“Air I Breathe” is a gift to the world, because the scripture makes us understand that in him [the spirit of God] we live, move and have our being.

In other words, everything that has to do with us is God birthed.

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3. Faith DJ | Matamando

Faith DJ | Matamando | Feat. Paul Kachala, SelahAfrik Official Gospel chart of the week

Malawian rapper Faith DJ features worship leader Paul Kachala in rap worship single titled Matamando .

Matamando” means “Praises” and Faith DJ ascribes all of it to God in this semi-live worship hip-hop song coming off the soon to be released album with the same name.

From the lyrics, you can hear God being called all the beautiful names for who He is and what He does. The video captures beautiful scenes and landscapes and it’s a delight to watch

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2. Sinach | There’s An Overflow

Sinach | There's An Overflow | Feat. Jekalyn Carr, SelahAfrik Official Gospel chart of the week

Still in the season of overflow as veteran gospel artiste Sinach takes SelahAfrik Official Gospel chart of the weeks second spot 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 Sinach and jekalyn Carr is another thing to watch out for on the track.

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1. Preye Odede | Nothing Missing

NOTHING MISSING by Preye Odede, SelahAfrik Official Gospel chart of the week

Superstar Gospel artiste and song writer, Preye Odede claims SelahAfrik official Gospel chart of the week top spot with his lovely new single tagged “Nothing Missing”.

Preye Odede brings you the wholeness that is in Jesus in this new sound “Nothing Missing.”

He also accompanied this lovely piece of art with a well directed by veteran director, Akin Alabi.

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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 Damilola Oluwatoyinbo with “Lit” and Vic Bola Bosin with “Anu”. Stay tune and blessed for next week’s edition of  SelahAfrik top 10 chart.

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