Nigeria’s gospel music keeps on trending in Africa

Nigeria’s gospel music keeps on trending in Africa

Nigerian gospel singer, and worshipper who is known for her unique approach to worship with vocal dexterity and beautiful adlibs Sunmisola Agbebi released her viral worship song “My Daddy My Daddy (Live)” featuring Lawrence Oyor which is a hit song in Africa.

The song “My Daddy My Daddy” marks Sunmisola’s second effort this year after her widely received official debut ‘Koseunti,’ earlier this year.

Sunmisola Agbebi is a Nigerian-born singer and songwriter with a unique sound and strong vocal prowess that permeates the heart of everyone who listens to her.

On the other note, Nigerian gospel singer Minister GUC will be performing in Zimbabwe this April at the Celebration Centre.

The concert is running under the theme “The Heroes of Faith” with the aim of remembering and honoring all Heroes of Faith as well as remembering Heroes who died and so fought so that Christians might exercise their faith unhindered.

Furthermore, Yvonne, a Nigerian prophetic worship leader, gospel recording artiste, singer, songwriter/song editor and teacher based in the United States (U.S.) recently released the audio-visual of her new song titled: “Roar.”

Yvonne, who has led praise and worship songs all over the United States and Nigeria, is privileged to have shared a platform and ministered alongside Samsong, Panam Percy Paul, Micah Stampley, Uche Agu, Dee Jones, among others.

The singer has always functioned in one of her callings as a music minister with the auction and her ministry is sought after all over the USA and across the globe.

Gospel music is composed and performed for many purposes, including aesthetic pleasure, religious or ceremonial purposes, and as an entertainment product for the marketplace. Gospel music is characterized by dominant vocals and strong use of harmony with Christian lyrics.

Charmaine Brown

Charmaine Brown is 27 years old, media personnel. She studied Media and Society Studies (2017-2020) at Midlands State University in Zimbabwe. Charmaine had an internship at The Herald and presently is the Editor for My Afrika Magazine. She currently lives in Harare.

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