Video: These Gospel Songs By Secular Artistes Are Far Better In Content Than Most of The Known Gospel Songs

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The Ghanaian music industry has come a long way and several secular artistes, despite their music genre still always find a way to stay thankful to God by doing one or two Gospel songs in a bid to show appreciation to God for their immeasurable talent bestowed on them.

While, it is not new for secular artistes to dab into gospel songs every now and then, some of them have managed to become hit songs and we thought to bring you a list of top songs by secular artistes that could easily pass for gospel songs and could be performed in a church. More importantly, such songs are far better in content comparably to most of the known gospel songs composed by the gospel artistes.


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Here’s a list of our favorites in no particular order and don’t forget to add yours by leaving a comment below:


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Opanka ft Gifty Osei – Abrubro Nkosua

Opanka run to the studios to record arguably his best inspiring track titled “Abubro Nkosua” after he nearly joined his ancestors somewhere 2015. He teemed up with Ghana’s Beyonce, Gifty Osei to put the gospel song together to the satisfaction of music lovers in Ghana.

Kwabena Kwabena ft Steve Bedi – Bue Kwan

Undoubtedly, “Bue Kwan” by Ghana’s finest male vocalist, Kwabena Kwabena is far better than most of the gospel songs composed by well known gospel artistes in Ghana. The lyrical content of the song has what it takes console every sorrowful soul.


M.Anifest ft Obrafour – No Shortcut To Heaven

M.Anifest in collaboration with Obrafour admonished in the song that life is a process through hardworking. M.Anifest preached against shortcut to get riches especially among the youth – No shortcut to Heaven.


Sarkodie ft Kwabena Kwabena – End Time


Sarkodie’s “End Time” song with Kwabena Kwabena has deep content based on Christian eschatology or better still Judgment Day. Sarkodie cautions every listener of the track not to be too materialistic because there’s judgement after death.

Edem ft Jay So x EL – Might Jesus

Edem recently released ‘Mighty Jesus‘ off his forthcoming album christened, ‘The African Answer‘. Mighty Jesus features Skillions Records label head – Jayso and VO Nation headline artiste – E.L. Truth be told, Might Just has the capacity to make you suffer from goosebumps when listening. In short, Christians can take the message in “Might Jesus” to the pulpit this Sunday.

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