5 New Gospel Music Songs You Need to Hear in 2021

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If you’re looking for some new and inspiring gospel music to add to your playlist, look no further! Here are 5 new songs that are sure to bless you and get your toes tapping.

“All Things” by Jekalyn Carr

This soulful, uptempo track is the lead single from Jekalyn Carr’s forthcoming album, “Larger Than Life.” The anthemic song is all about declaring victory in the face of adversity and giving God all the glory. It’s sure to be a staple in churches and homes across the country.

“Better” by Tasha Cobbs Leonard

This song is from Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s album ” Heart. Passion. Pursuit.” and it is a powerful worship ballad. The title is perfect for the subject matter, as the lyrics are all about how God is better than anything else in our lives. The song starts out slow and mellow, but builds to a powerful crescendo with the addition of the choir. This is a perfect song to start your day with, or to use as a reminder that God is always there for you.

“Goodness and Mercy” by Brian Courtney Wilson

The smooth and comforting voice of Brian Courtney Wilson lends itself well to gospel music, and “Goodness and Mercy” is a perfect example of that. The song is about how the goodness and mercy of God are always with us, even when we make mistakes. The simple, beautiful lyrics are paired with a gentle melody that makes it easy to sing along to.

“Goodness and Mercy” is a reminder that no matter what we go through in life, God is always with us. If you’re looking for a new gospel song to add to your playlist, this is one you’ll want to check out.

“No Longer Slaves” by Jonathan McReynolds

Jonathan McReynolds’ “No Longer Slaves” is a powerful reminder that we are not defined by our past mistakes or struggles. The song is based on the story of the Israelites being freed from slavery in Egypt, and how God has the same power to set us free from whatever might be holding us back.

“Won’t He Do It” by Koryn Hawthorne

Koryn Hawthorne is one of the most promising new artists in the gospel music industry, and her recent single “Won’t He Do It” is a perfect example of her talent. The song is an upbeat anthem of faith and triumph, with Hawthorne’s powerful vocal performance leading the way. The track also features a catchy melody and production that will keep you coming back for more.

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