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Nigerian Gospel Praise And Worship Songs Mp3 Download


Nigerian Gospel Praise And Worship Songs Mp3 Download

Nigerian Gospel Praise And Worship Songs Mp3 Download

  1. This Love by Chidinma
  2. Togo Bade by Glorious Twins
  3. Jehovah Overdo by Chidinma
  4. Onyedikagi by Mercy Chinwo ft. Glowrie
  5. Worship Medley by Tim Godfrey ft. Blessy Pee
  6. In This Place by GUC
  7. Not Normal by Testimony Jaga Ft. Akpororo
  8. Jesu Doh by Eben ft Jahdiel
  9. Too Good To Be True by Sammie Okposo
  10. Chioma Meh by Chioma Jesus (Remix)
  11. Agbonmagbe by Sola Allyson
  12. Talo Momi Tele by Tope Alabi
  13. True to Your Word by Nathaniel Bassey ft Grace Omosebi
  14. Your Name Is Jesus by Sinach
  15. Jesus is Coming by Judikay
  16. Taking Care by Moses Bliss
  17. Thou Art Worthy by Yetunde Are Zion
  18. Melody In My Heart by Psalmos
  19. Out of Nothing by Yadah
  20. THE BRIDGE by Ada Ehi
  21. OKAY by Limoblaze ft Ada Ehi
  22. Oluwanishola by Dabo Williams (Alter Boy)
  23. Ajaga Babiloni By Bola Are
  24. My Evidence by Testimony Jaga ft. Frank Edwards
  25. You Are Always There by Dr. Paul Enenche Family
  26. Eyalama by Queen Nooren
  27. Invade Me by Melody Ozioma
  28. Abasi Mi by Roseline Effiong
  29. Koto by Bunmi Akinnaanu (Omije Ojumi)
  30. Through The Years by Lara George

Origins Gospel Music In Nigeria
Christian music in Nigeria was first introduced in the 16th century by Portuguese catholic missionaries to Benin and Warri through a rudimentary form of Portuguese liturgical music during the early evangelisation of those kingdoms between 1485 and 1600. However, it was not until the mid-nineteenth century, with the robust missionary activities of the UK based Church Missionary Society (CMS), that wide-spread evangelisation occurred across what was to become Nigeria. The CMS Church introduced the choral music of the Anglican Church, which largely involved congregational singing.

The pioneer of a uniquely Nigerian variant of choral music, was the Reverend Josiah J. Ransome-Kuti, who began experimenting with the fusion of choral music with Yoruba language and melodic structures in the 1890s. He composed choral pieces, as church organist of the St Peters Church, Ake, Abeokuta, embodying the language and style of the Yoruba people. His work was so recognised that he was invited to the United Kingdom in 1922 to record an album of these compositions on the Zonophone label. A total of 43 tracks were recorded and some of these became standards, such as ‘Egbe awon angeli’, ‘Oyigi yigi olorun wa’, ‘Jesu oba alaanu’. He was the first West African to record an album.

Ransome-Kuti (grand-father of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti) can thus be said to be the father of Nigerian gospel music, as far as the genre is defined as a fusion of Christian hymnal music and other genres. In this instance, African traditional music. Kuti’s work may have been original and distinct from the parallel evolution of gospel music in the USA. ( Nigerian Gospel Praise And Worship Songs Mp3 Download )

The other influential personality in the growth of gospel music in the early 20th century was chorister and composer Ikoli Harcourt-Whyte, who was the first person to compose Christian Choral music in the Igbo language of South-eastern Nigeria. He began his experimentation with both forms in the 1930s and was inspired by his time as a patient at the Methodist Leprosy Colony, Uzuakoli in Eastern Nigeria. His compositions became, as with Ransome-Kuti before him, gospel standards in Igbo-land, totalling over 200. While he did not record an album, his compositions were recorded by the Choir of the Leprosy Colony, Uzuakoli, after his death in 1977. A second recording was done in the US by the St. Louis Missouri African Choir in 1999.

SOURCE MusicAfrica


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