Top Trending Ghanaian gospel songs released in 2023

The Ghanaian gospel music scene is booming with several new hits songs this year 2023.  Gospel music has always been with Christ-centered and inspirational lyrics has always been popular in Ghana, helping people to focus more on God and the positive side of life.

2023 has proven to be an exciting year for gospel music as artists explore new styles, rhythms, and creative ways of delivering projects. Even though we have come a long way, there is still a long way to go as fans yearn for more and more quality content and delivery.

The following and several other tunes are dominating Ghanaian gospel music this year. Artists are pushing creative boundaries, while still delivering powerful messages of faith. With more releases expected before the end of the year 2023.


Aseda by Nacee

Obviously the trending hit song in Ghana, Nacee’s Aseda song of thanksgiving resonates with the story of a lot of people. The gospel hit has become one of the biggest songs in Ghana this year. Since its release a few months ago, it has topped many charts and become an anthem in churches and gospel events across the country.

“Aseda” is performed primarily in the Twi language and blends contemporary highlife instrumentals with powerful lyrics of thanksgiving to God for his Grace which is able to pick one up from nothing to a place of prominence. The title translated to “Thanks” primarily conveys a message of thanksgiving laced with hope and encouragement to listeners.



Kadosh (Live Remix) by Joe Mettle ft Nathaniel Bassey

The powerful worship song “Kadosh” has been given new life in an epic live collaboration between renowned Ghanaian gospel artist Joe Mettle and Nigerian gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey. The new rendition was recorded live during Joe Mettle’s annual Praiz Reloaded event at Perez Dome in 2022

Kadosh” is originally a track released by Joe Mettle in 2022 praising the holiness of God. The song gained popularity across Africa for its fervent lyrics and energetic delivery. In the live version with Nathaniel Bassey, the song takes on a more high-energy vibe through the introduction of Nathaniel Bassey’s famous trumpet sound.



Be Lifted (Remixed Rendition) – MOG ft Donnie McClurkin

Notable Ghanaian gospel singer MOG has released a special collaborative rendition of the popular Be Lifted worship song with American gospel legend Donnie McClurkin on the song. This updated version of MOG’s original track features Donnie McClurkin lending his distinctive vocals.

“Be Lifted” is a gospel anthem praising God’s greatness and power. The song encourages listeners to lift up the name of Jesus in worship. MOG delivers the lyrics with the immediate atmosphere trademark. Donnie McClurkin brings his soulful, gravelly voice to the remix, building the intensity through adlibs and harmonies.

The collaboration marks a historic bridging of two generations and styles of gospel music. MOG brings contemporary African gospel sounds while Donnie McClurkin represents traditional American gospel.


Pentecost Praise Jam (II) by Yaw Boadu

Ghanaian gospel artist Yaw Boadu’s second Pentecost Jam is an energetic praise medley with unique local praise song. This upbeat praise session has gone viral on major social media platforms with a unique dance movement igniting the power of praise and celebration to God.

Since its release, “Pentecost Praise Jam” has been receiving airplay on Ghanaian mainstream stations with regular performances of the medley in the song at churches and events by the artiste himself and other praise leaders. Fans have been sharing positive reactions about how the timely song inspires praise.



100% by Scott Evans

Ghanaian Urban Gospel Artist Scott Evans kicked off 2023 with an anthem “100 Percent”, a smashing danceable Afrobeat/Amapiano with an irresistible melody. This new song produced by Konvict Music signee and global producer Nektunez was beautifully crafted for Global listening with an Amapiano flow. 100Percent – meaning Full of God’s Glory for your Life – draws music lovers to know God gives us the ability to enjoy all possessions fully. 100 Percent alternates between English, Ga & Yuroba.



Me Dan Wo – Joe Mettle ft Kwaku Teye

‘Me Dan Wo’ comes after Joe Mettle’s smashing “Kadosh” single. Me Dan Wo features renowned and rising worshipper ‘Kwaku Teye.

‘Me Dan Wo’ translated as “I depend on you’ is a scripturally-inspired single from the book of Psalm. He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust – Psalm 91:1-2

A song of prayer that urges complete reliance on God during these trying and challenging times. According to the Word, if we dwell in the Most High’s secret chamber, we will remain under the Almighty’s protection. We shall always be dependent on Him since He is our haven, protector, and source of safety.


Say Amen by Diana Hamilton

SAY AMEN is a single by multi-award-winning Gospel Recording Artist, Singer, and Songwriter, Diana Hamilton – her very first song for the year 2023. According to Diana Hamilton, SAY AMEN is birthed out of a place of faith and belief in the things God has said in His Word.

In this song, Diana draws our attention to the power of our declarations and places a demand on the integrity of God that whatever we declare and decree by faith shall be established as the bible says in Job 22:28.


Nyame Tumfo by Kofi Owusu Peprah

Kofi Owusu Peprah is a Ghanaian gospel artist who has a song called “Nyame Tumfo”. The song is a worshipful song of gratitude that emphasizes God’s overarching sovereignty, expressed through His enduring mercies and lovingkindness. It is sung from the heart! The song is available as Tracks 1 & 2 on the “LIVE IN KUMASI EP” on all digital platforms1.


Bountiful by Akesse Brempong

Ghanaian gospel singer Akesse Brempong’s single “Bountiful,” an Afrobeats-inspired song celebrating the abundance of God’s blessings.

“Bountiful” has an energetic beat mixed with Akesse’s smooth vocal delivery and uplifting lyrics. He sings about the overflowing grace, mercy, and favor that comes from God” The song has a joyful feeling helped by its, afrobeat rhythms, and catchy chorus.


Dont Worry by Jacquelyn Oforiwaa-Amanfo

‘Don’t Worry is an inspirational single from the Afro-centric/Contemporary Ghanaian gospel singer Jacquelyn Oforiwaa-Amanfo and is currently out and available on all major digital stores.

‘Don’t Worry’ is an upbeat Afrobeat song that encourages the listener not to allow overthinking to deny them the joy of the Holy Spirit once their needs and wants have been placed before the throne in prayer and supplication.

According to Jacquelyn Oforiwaa-Amanfo, the new song “Don’t Worry’ was put together in one of those moments of thinking or worrying over a situation.


Freedom Medley by Ceccy Twum

Ceccy Twum is a Ghanaian gospel artist who has a song called “Freedom Medley”. The song was recorded live in Accra, Ghana and performed at GOLD WORSHIP 2022. The medley is a special collection of songs aimed at expressing the truth in the liberation power of Christ. The song is available on all digital platforms



Fabegye by KobbySalm

KobbySalm is a Ghanaian gospel artist who has a song called “Fabegye”. The song is an Amapiano gospel song that features Kenyan singer Jabidii. The song made massive hits on streaming platforms in Kenya and Ghana just a week after its release. The highly-anticipated music video is rated “Topnotch” by music aficionados and was under the direction of 100Folt. The music video was kept clean and colorful with the lyrics perfectly aligning with the visuals in a classic way. Parts of the “Fabegye” music video was shot in Kenya and Ghana bringing cross-cultural effects and diversity



Same Old God – Ruth Adjei ft Minister Igwe

Same Old God is an Afro-highlife song by gospel singer Ruth Adjei combining the typical Ghanaian and Nigerian music elements having an immediate ‘jump to the dance floor’ appeal. The song features Minister Igwe.

The song testifies to the faithfulness, and unconditionality of God’s nature to fulfill every word he has spoken to us in His Word. This gives the believer the assurance of his ability to do the impossible and to repeat what He has done before.

Speaking about the inspiration behind this great song, Ruth Adjei shares an encounter she had with a video on social media that questions the existence of God, leading her to the lyrics of the song. In the song, Ruth uses herself as a case study to remind the world that God is able to fulfill His promises to His people and has never changed in His ways.



Come And See by Queendalyn Yurglee

Tapping into the Amapiano wave creating a fine blend with Afro Gospel and Praise-worship music while inspiring and entertaining believers, Come and see is an amapiano song of testimony and praise featuring Akesse Brempong.

The song draws its inspiration from the powerful Bible verse PSALM 66: 4-5 , which reminds listeners of God’s good deeds to mankind. “All the earth bows down to you; they sing praise to you, they sing the praises of your name.” Come and see what God has done, his awesome deeds for mankind!”



Temple by Niiella

Niiella is a UK-based Ghanaian gospel artist who has released a new single called “Temple”. The song is the lead single from her anticipated EP titled “Living Out Love” which will be released in September 2023. The song was released on July 31st, 2023 and is available on all digital platforms




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