Gospel Music Lovers, Check out These New Releases from 2015

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It’s a new year and that means new music from your favorite Gospel artists! Here are some of the latest releases from 2015 that you can add to your collection.

The Best of 2015

It’s been an amazing year for gospel music, with a plethora of new releases to choose from. If you’re looking for the best of the best, look no further than this list. We’ve compiled a collection of the top albums from 2015, so you can enjoy the best the genre has to offer.


This year was a great year for gospel music lovers, with plenty of new releases to choose from. Here are some of the best albums from 2015:

-“Lose My Soul” by Kirk Franklin: One of the most popular gospel artists of all time, Kirk Franklin released his eleventh studio album this year. “Lose My Soul” is a mix of traditional gospel and contemporary R&B, with something for everyone to enjoy.

-“Crossover: Live from Music City” by Travis Greene: In this live album, Travis Greene performs some of his most popular songs, including the title track “Crossover.” Greene’s voice is powerful and soulful, making this album a must-listen for any gospel music fan.

– “The Ties that Bind” by Marvin Sapp: Marvin Sapp is one of the most successful contemporary gospel artists, and his latest album did not disappoint. “The Ties that Bind” features fourteen tracks, including the popular singles “Close” and “Yes You Can.”


“Good Good Father” by Chris Tomlin

“How Can It Be” by Lauren Daigle

“O Come to the Altar” by Elevation Worship

“What A Beautiful Name” by Hillsong Worship

The Worst of 2015

It’s been a tough year for music lovers, with a number of artists releasing sub-par albums that failed to meet expectations. Here are some of the worst offenders from 2015.


So far, 2015 has given us some great music from some of our favorite Gospel artists. But it hasn’t all been good. In fact, some Gospel albums released this year have been pretty bad. Here’s a look at the five worst Gospel albums of 2015 (so far).

5. James Fortune & FIYA – Live Through It
This album was a huge disappointment for James Fortune fans. The production is sloppy, the songs are weak, and Fortune’s vocals are all over the place. It’s easily the worst album of his career.

4. Michelle Williams – Journey to Freedom
Michelle Williams’ first foray into Gospel music was unfortunately a flop. The album is plagued by weak songwriting, bland production, and Williams’ stale vocal performance.

3. Tamela Mann – One Way
Tamela Mann’s latest album is a snoozefest from start to finish. There’s not a single moment on the album that feels fresh or exciting, and Mann sounds bored throughout.

2. Deitrick Haddon – Masterpiece
Deitrick Haddon’s much-anticipated return to Gospel music was met with tepid reviews, and for good reason. The album feels rushed and half-baked, and Haddon’s once-powerful vocal chops have noticeably declined.

1. Tasha Cobbs – One Place Live
Tasha Cobbs’ live album was marred by sound issues, flat singing, and songs that failed to connect with the audience. It was a complete disaster from start to finish and easily the worst Gospel album of 2015 so far.


If you’re a fan of gospel music, then 2015 was a pretty good year. A number of artists released new music, and there were some great singles that came out as well. However, not every song that was released was a winner. In fact, there were quite a few clunkers. Here are some of the worst gospel songs of 2015.

“Worth” by Tasha Cobbs- This song is from Tasha Cobbs’s album One Place Live, and it’s easily the worst track on the album. It’s a watered-down version of her previous hit “Break Every Chain,” and it just doesn’t have the same power or emotion.

“I Can Only Imagine (The Movie Version)” by MercyMe- This song is from the movie version of I Can Only Imagine, and it’s just not as good as the original version by MercyMe. The lyrics are cheesy and seem to be aimed more at appealing to non-believers than to actual Christians.

“Put a Little Love in Your Heart” by for KING & COUNTRY- This song is from for KING & COUNTRY’s album Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong., and it features guest vocals from Sheryl Crow. The problem is that Sheryl Crow doesn’t really add anything to the song, and her voice just sounds out of place.

“Everything” by Lifehouse- This song is from Lifehouse’s album Out of the Wasteland, and it’s just forgettable. It’s not bad, per se, but it’s not particularly good either. It’s just bland and boring, which is a shame coming from a band that’s capable of so much more.

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