By now, most Christians have learnt that gospel artists both young and old can release new music at any moment, but with the rise of new music sites like sound cloud, reverberation, it’s possible to discover new music every single day — or to avoid it entirely.
So, we’ve gathered some of the gospel albums you can have before this year ends (about 50 days). These are songs that people are already talking about – the debut will actually spark a comeback that redefines certain artists.
In no particular order, allow me bring to your knowledge Sseku Martin’s latest album, ‘Mbala Naku.’ The legendary gospel singer took to social media early this month to reveal that this album has eight (8) audio tracks and was made available yesterday (10th Thursday).
He has announced a Church tour, as he also prepares to headline a fundraising campaign of one fellow artist, Ezra who is facing kidney failure.
Next, we have Joy Tendo Mata coming up with something huge!
‘Eyalama noi noi’ is her latest album and it will be out on 15th December – Just in time for Christmas. Before I forget, ‘Eyalama noi-noi’ is an Ateso word meaning ‘Thank you very much.’ I trust there is a lot to be thankful no matter how ‘ugly’ your year has been.
Joy confirmed this month that this album will out at a grand event slated for the same date at Mackinon Suits.
Elsewhere we have the ‘woman of steel’, as those who have seen her minister at events call her.
Zabuli’s new album ‘Mwana Wa Muloodi’ is already out. If you’ve ever lost an aroma for music or found yourself humming what you would like to listen to but are not sure of what it is or where to find it, this record will be a revelation.
This can’t be all, write to us, (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let us know who else should be on this list.