5 New Contemporary Gospel Songs You Need to Hear

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Check out our list of the 5 best new contemporary gospel songs you need to hear! With so many great new songs being released, it’s hard to keep up, but we’ve got you covered.


Gospel music has experienced a surge in popularity in recent years, with artists like Lecrae, Koryn Hawthorne, and J.J. Hairston leading the charge. This new wave of contemporary gospel music is modernizing the sound of the genre while retaining the powerful messages that have made gospel music so popular for generations. Here are five new contemporary gospel songs that you need to hear.

What is Contemporary Gospel?

Contemporary Gospel is a genre of Christian music that has developed since the early 1990s. It combines elements of traditional Gospel music with modern pop and R&B. Contemporary Gospel often features a more urban sound than traditional Gospel, and it often has a more diverse range of instrumentation, including keyboards, drums, and guitars. It also often includes elements of Hip Hop and Rap.

5 New Contemporary Gospel Songs

When it comes to finding new music, sometimes the hardest part is just getting started. If you’re a fan of contemporary gospel music, we’ve put together a list of five new songs that you need to hear. These tracks come from some of the biggest names in the genre, and they’re sure to get your toes tapping and your faith lifted.

1. “Good Good Father” by Chris Tomlin
2. ” Ain’t No Grave” by Crowder
3. “Come Alive (Dry Bones)” by Lauren Daigle
4. “Fill Me Up” by Tasha Cobbs
5. “Lord, I Need You” by Matt Maher


In conclusion, these are five new contemporary gospel songs that you need to hear. All of these songs are different in their own ways, but each one is amazing and worth a listen. If you haven’t heard any of these songs before, make sure to check them out and see what you think. You might be surprised at how much you enjoy them.

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