TOP 10 SONGS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER

TOP 10 SONGS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER



1. Spirit of the Living God- Muyiwa & Riversongz 


Multi award winning Singer, songwriter and broadcaster Muyiwa and Riversongz returns with a refreshing new song titled Spirit of the living God. The new release is part of his forthcoming Glory Songs Album. 



2. Blessing now - Mike Abdul

Blessing Now is an exquisite follow-up work of art to Mike Abdul's previously released 10-track extended playlist (HALLELUYAH ALWAYS).

Speaking on this latest production, the CEO of Spaghetti Records label said: "The Power, the Glory, the Blessing is all innate. Victory is assured when you fight. It's in you, you're the miracle you need. BLESSING NOW!" 


3. Your will be done - Mobolaji ft Tosin Bee & Modupeola


Your Will be done It's a song that speaks to what should be the cry and prayer of every Christian, which is that the will of God be done in our lives. 

His will is his kingdom advancement, that He be glorified, and that we live in His purpose for our lives 




4. Doing us good - Benestelle


This song is a beautiful reminder that we are not alone and that God's miracles, signs, wonders and encamping angels are active, alive and still doing us good today.

Benestelle is highly passionate about God, worship, God’s Kingdom, and desires to manifest His glory in the earth. Either through music, or her monthly motivational shows, “Benestelle Inspires” and “Benestelle Flash Reflections”, her goal is to be a blessing and light to many.

Reflecting on her music journey with anointed songs such as the hit single and video "Hallelujah" and the recently released "Trust In You" to name a few, Benestelle has recognized that it is only God's power, grace and word that has brought her this far. 



5. Orin Halleluyah- Molola


Mo'Lola returns with a new vibrant afrobeat gospel song titled ORIN HALLELUYAH to remind us to make God's praise glorious on earth.

ORIN HALLELUYAH in English means the "song of HALLELUYAH". “Orin Halleluyah” brings our focus to the majesty and glory of Our Lord who sits on the throne and reigns forever”.

HALLELUYAH is the highest praise, let us make his praise glorious. 



6. I've got Jesus - Tosin Oyelakin



The song "I’ve Got Jesus" is aimed at proclaiming the goodness, favour and blessings that come with having Jesus in one’s life, and to encourage people everywhere to seek to have Jesus in their lives.

Though released sometime in August, this song continues to be a blessing to lives around the world. 


7. Blessings (remix) - Peter Ihegie



Blessings (Remix) featuring Shun.S, is bringing a different flavour of hip-hop and rap to the original version previously released in 2019.

The message of contentment and gratitude for everyday blessings is still well presented in this club, dance, hip-hop and rap version. Love in the family, peace of mind, daily protection, good health, dreams achieved and true success are all daily blessings that make we sometimes take for granted but they make our lives more meaningful. 

The beats and bass will make anyone want to dance with hands up in the air. Truly there is a lot to be thankful for. Enjoy this number and be grateful for daily blessings. 


8. Things are coming together- Ghic Music


God's House International Church Bristol released this powerful song - "Things are coming together" last year. 

More than ever, the importance of this song cannot be overemphasized so we gladly present to you this song which has been of immense blessing to the body of Christ and the world at large. 



9. Possibilities - Adebola Udoh


"Possibilities" is a song that affirms the fact that God is a God of Possibilities and that there is absolutely nothing impossible with Him. 

Though released about two years ago, this song is a sound that has reverberated all over churches in the body of Christ and continues to be a consistent blessing . 



10. Iyanu - Wole Awolola ft Snatcha


IYANU is Wole's first ever Afrobeats track. It features the incomparable Christian rapper, Snatcha, and was produced by the top notch Nigerian producer, Femi Olajide aka Mr Eff. 

This song is actually a contemporary remake of an old Yourba chorus Wole learned to sing with his family and in church growing up as a young lad. With a couple of verses added to it, Snatcher bringing in a well-rhymed bridge, and Mr Eff craftily building the perfect sound for it, it came back to life with verve and vigor! 

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