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The gospel music industry is filled with a lot of talented artists who have never disappointed us by always releasing spirit-filled and soul lifting songs. 
We have selected 30 artists whose songs you need to listen to. In no particular order, below are the artists:

1. Sinach

Osinachi Joseph popularly known as Sinach, is a multi-award-winning Nigerian Gospel music singer, songwriter, and senior worship leader at Believers Loveworld International. She is known globally for several gospel songs which include, ‘WayMaker’, ‘I Know Who I Am’, ‘Great Are you Lord’, ‘Rejoice’, ‘He did it Again’, ‘Precious Jesus’, ‘The Name of Jesus’, ‘This Is my Season’, ‘Awesome God’, ‘For This’, ‘I stand Amazed’ , ‘Simply Devoted’, ‘Jesus is Alive’ and many more.
In 2016, she was listed by YNaija as one of the top 100 influential Christians in Nigeria.

2. Travis Greene

Travis Montorius Greene is an American gospel musician and pastor.
Greene began his music career in 2007 with the release of ‘The More’ via Greenelight Records. He has since released two studio albums, ‘Stretching Out’ in 2010, ‘The Hill’ in 2015, and an extended play, ‘Intentional’ in 2015. Travis Greene’s third album ‘Crossover: Live From Music City’ was released in 2017 as a live album. Greene‘s music has charted on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums and the Top Gospel Songs charts and he has been nominated for multiple awards, including 2 Grammy Awards and 13 Stellar Awards.

Travis, alongside his wife, leads Forward City Church in Columbia, South Carolina.

3. Maranda Curtis

Maranda Curtis is a gospel singer and praise & worship leader based in Miami, Florida. The daughter of Pastor W.S. Curtis and his wife Darlene, Maranda was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She started singing as a child, eventually going professional as an adult. She released her debut single, “Don’t Take Your Love Away” in 2012. Maranda Curtis released her debut EP, The Maranda Experience, Vol. 1, in 2017, debuting at number one on Billboard’s gospel chart in August of that year. The concert album, Open Heaven: The Maranda Experience Live, appeared in 2018.

4. Tye Tribbett

Tyrone “Tye” Tribbett is an American gospel music singer, songwriter, keyboardist, choir director and founder of the Grammy-nominated and Stellar Award-winning gospel group, Tye Tribbett & G.A. (short for ‘Greater Anointing’).
He has released five albums. His album “Greater Than” was released August 6, 2013, and earned him two Grammy awards. In 2017, he released “The Bloody Win”.

5. Uche Agu

Uche Agu is a Nigerian -born South African Singer. He has infused his musical brand with vibrant sounds of techno, rock, reggae, latin and traditional gospel sounds with the roots of raw African rhythm.

6. Solomon Lange

Solomon is a famous Nigerian gospel singer and motivational speaker. He started singing at the age of 9. His music career started in 1997 with a small gospel music band. He became a solo artist in 2002. He has many great albums and has performed all around the world. Solomon sings in Hausa and English. Lange has two albums, ‘Na Gode’ and ‘Alheri’ released in 2008 and 2012 respectively. Na Gode means thank you and Alheri means grace in Hausa.

7. Monique

Temitope Monique Fabiyi popularly known as Monique is a Nigerian gospel singer and songwriter, who was born in Lagos State Nigeria. She started music at a tender age of nine as a vocalist with the church chorister, her talent blew up in high school as the school choral group leader, she led the group into many successful outings and competitions.

8. Nathaniel Bassey

Nathaniel Bassey is a Nigerian gospel recording artist, singer, songwriter, trumpet player, and music producer. He is famous for starting “Halleluyah Challenge”, a live Instagram praise session that attracted over 60,000 people, as reported on CNN.
Bassey heads the Trumpet and Ministerial Academy, an educational institution based in Lagos state.

9. Chioma Jesus

The real name of Chioma Jesus is Evangelist Amaka Okwuoha. She is a very famous female gospel singer who hails from Imo State. Actually, Amaka Okwuoha became popular with her song “Chioma Jesus” in 2003, and since that time, her name plays a big role in the gospel music world. Trying to win more souls for Christ, Amaka’s heart desire is to see gospel singers becoming what God has destined they will be. By the way, Chioma Jesus is also known for using the Igbo language to sing and write her songs, however, her first song was written in the Yoruba language.

10. Tope Alabi

Tope Alabi, also known as Ore ti o common, and as Agbo Jesu is a Nigerian gospel singer, film music composer, and actress.
She was formerly a member of the Jesters International comedy group. She later worked with other popular traveling and stage theater groups in both Ibadan and Lagos. She made films in the Yoruba film genre of Nigeria. Alabi later metamorphosed into gospel music after she became a born-again Christian.

11. Sammie Okposo

Sammie Okposo is a music producer, psalmist, entertainment consultant and the CEO of Zamar Entertainment.
Okposo‘s music career started in 1992 when he joined the Nigerian movie industry as a soundtrack producer and later ventured into full music production. He is credited for producing hit songs for the biggest names in the Nigerian music scene.