The Best Gospel Music of 2019
Check out our top picks for the best gospel music of 2019. From traditional to contemporary, these songs will inspire and uplift you.
Best Gospel Albums of 2019
1) How Great Is Our God by Chris Tomlin
2) Wonderful by MercyMe
3) I Can Only Imagine by MercyMe
4) Here I Am to Worship by Tim Hughes
5) Mighty to Save by Hillsong Worship
6) Mighty Fortress by Zach Williams
7) 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) by Matt Redman
8) This Is Amazing Grace by Phil Wickham
9) Cornerstone by Hillsong Worship
10) O Come to the Altar by Elevation Worship
Best Gospel Songs of 2019
The best gospel music of 2019 includes chart-topping singles, toe-tapping traditional tunes, and new music from both returning and debuting artists. These are the tracks that had us lifting our hands in worship all year long.
2019 was a big year for gospel music. Kirk Franklin continued his winning streak with another Gospel Grammy for his work on “Love Theory,” while Tori Kelly became the first artist outside of the gospel genre to win a BET Her Award for her faith-based single “Never Alone.” Along with these mainstream successes, we also saw incredible new music from debuting artists like Chandler Moore and Jekalyn Carr, as well as returning favorites like Tasha Cobbs Leonard and James Fortune.
No matter what your taste in gospel music is, there’s sure to be a song on this list that will get your toes tapping and your hands raised in worship. Here are the best gospel songs of 2019.
Best Gospel Artists of 2019
The term “gospel music” originated from the hymns that were sung in churches during worship services. Gospel music has been around since the 1600s, and it has evolved over time to include a wide range of styles. These days, gospel music is enjoyed by Christians and non-Christians alike.
There are many great gospel artists making music today. Here are just a few of the best gospel artists of 2019:
-Tasha Cobbs Leonard
– Bryan & Katie Torwalt