Dunsin Oyekan, Marizu, Adeyinka Alaseyori lead top music monday

The 22nd day of November is a Monday which means time to update your playlist with the latest releases from the gospel scene and here’s is our top five suggestion ;

Dunsin Oyekan – One on One
Minister Dunsin Oyekan is one minister who has been consistent in putting out Spirit filled content and it sure doesn’t look like he is set to stop yet. Gospel Minister, singer and worshipper Dunsin Oyekan dropped a brand new song titled “One on One”.
The song serves as a follow up to his last single “Ascend” released in October. “One on One” speaks about how God cares and attends to His own individually at the point of our needs even though we are many.

Adeyinka Alaseyori – Won Rope O Pede

Gospel Artiste Adeyinka Alaseyori Released a New Single Titled “Won Rope O Pede”, Which is a Powerful Song That Will Uplift Your Spirit.

Alaseyori has sure had a wonderful year and this song talks about how God is never late but always on time.

 

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Naomi Classick – Alade Ogo
Nigerian christian gospel singer and her vocal majesty Naomi Classik has come through with another song titled “Alade Ogo (King Of Glory)”.

Alade Ogo (King Of Glory) by Naomi Classik speaks the evident works of God in our lives , the great and supreme nature of God. It is a song of worship that refers to The king of Glory as the greatest. This song is sure going to bless you.

 

Marizu – God my King
HFP’s Afrogospel sensation, Marizu recently dropped a new project titled “Quiet Time” and “God my King” is the first track off the project.

This song talks about the sovereignty of God over the one He loves and the attitude of one who believes Him. Marizu talks about putting total trust in our King.

 

Rehmahz – Watch ft Obarengy
Rehmahz is one afro gospel artist that deserves lots of credit. He puts so much into his art and embraces the Art of collaboration. His recent collaborative project with Obareengy titled “Sounds of life Vol. ii” is a VIBE.
Watch is a song off “Sounds of Life Vol II” and it’s talks about being vigilant of our words as believers and also being mindful of our character as believers. The song is a bop, so get ready to dance.

 

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