The Latest Ugandan Gospel Music of 2014
- The Latest Ugandan Gospel Music of 2014
- The Best of 2014
- The Most Popular of 2014
- The Most Controversial of 2014
- The Best Gospel Artists of 2014
- The Best Gospel Songs of 2014
Looking for some new Ugandan gospel music to add to your collection? Check out our roundup of the latest and greatest hits from 2014!
The Latest Ugandan Gospel Music of 2014
Uganda is a country located in East Africa. The music of Uganda varies from traditional African music to contemporary pop music. Gospel music is one of the most popular genres in Uganda. The Ugandan gospel music scene is very vibrant and dynamic. There are many talented gospel artists in Uganda who are making great music.
The Best of 2014
Uganda has a rich musical heritage, and gospel music is an important part of that. There are many talented gospel artists in Uganda, and 2014 was a great year for new music. Here are some of the best Uganda gospel songs of 2014.
“Mwana Wabandi” by Herman Basudde
This haunting ballad is one of the most beautiful Uganda gospel songs of 2014. Herman Basudde’s soulful voice is perfect for the lyrical, emotive song. “Mwana Wabandi” is a must-listen for any fan of Ugandan gospel music.
“Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika” by Joshua Kyazze
This stirring rendition of the South African national anthem is one of the most powerful Uganda gospel songs of 2014. Joshua Kyazze’s voice soars over the soaring orchestration, making “Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika” an unforgettable track.
“Watoto Wekwenzeka” by Stella Kisakye
Stella Kisakye’s voice is perfect for this uplifting track about the children of Uganda. “Watoto Wekwenzeka” is a song full of hope and joy, and it’s sure to make you smile.
The Most Popular of 2014
The most popular Ugandan gospel music of 2014 includes new songs from well-known artists as well as fresh faces on the music scene. Several genres are represented in this top ten list, from traditional African sounds to modern pop-style ballads. Whatever your taste in religious music, there is sure to be something here that will inspire and nourish your soul.
1. “Nakupenda” by BETTY Makoya
2. “Salaam” by Wilson Bugembe
3. “Watoto” by Muyiwa & Riversongz
4. “Mateke” by Levixone
5. “We Bow Down” by Onesimus Muzinga
6. “On Your Knees” by Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool
7. “Mummy Yo!” by Patriq Stars & Irepelite Crew
8. 9. & 10. (TIE) “How Great Thou Art” by Michael Kigwa, “Hallelujah Noor”(Live)by Christine Mugisha, and finally, the heart-wrenching ballad, “Kyetume Mukama” performed movingly by Haawa Wangeci
The Most Controversial of 2014
The year 2014 has been a big one for Gospel music in Uganda, with many artists releasing popular and controversial songs. Here are some of the most talked-about tracks of the year.
“Mukwano Gwo” by Levixone
This song was released in early 2014 and quickly rose to popularity, thanks to its catchy melody and relatable lyrics. The song is about a man who is trying to win back the love of his life, and it has been praised for its positive message. However, some critics have accused Levixone of plagiarism, claiming that the song’s melody is too similar to that of another popular Ugandan song.
“Bwana Yesu ni Mukulu” by Esther Nabakooba
This gospel hit was released in March 2014 and became an instant favorite among Ugandan Christians. The song celebrates the glory of God and encourages listeners to put their trust in Him. However, it stirred up controversy due to its use of Auto-Tune, which some people felt detracted from the message of the lyrics.
“Nze Anakoze” by Milly Nakimuli
This moving ballad was released in May 2014 and quickly rose to prominence due to its emotional lyrics and powerful vocals. The song is about a woman who is struggling to cope with the death of her husband, and it has touched many lives. However, some Christian groups have denounced the song for its use of profanity.
“Onzana Mapenzi” by T 1nt3rnet & Miss Multiverse Africa 2014 contestants
This controversial track was recorded by T 1nt3rnet, a popular Ugandan rapper, and a group of Miss Multiverse Africa 2014 contestants. The song sparked outrage due to its racy lyrics and suggestive music video, which many people felt were inappropriate for a gospel song.
The Best Gospel Artists of 2014
2014 was a great year for gospel music in Uganda. We saw many new artists emerge and some old favorites return with new music. Here are our picks for the best gospel artists of 2014.
The Best Male Gospel Artists of 2014
The Ugandan gospel music scene has been growing rapidly in recent years, with more and more artists emerging and releasing new music. 2014 has been no different, with a number of great new albums and singles being released. Here are some of the best male gospel artists of 2014.
1. Levi Mitima – ‘Mukama Yange’
2. Kevin Kemboi – ‘No One Greater’
3. Exodus – ‘Nkosi Sikelel’
4. Delon – ‘Bwana Wangu’
5. Ronnie McDowell – ‘Be Still My Soul’
The Best Female Gospel Artists of 2014
The best female Gospel artists of 2014 include:
1. Juliana Kanyomozi
2. Irene Ntale
3. Cindy Sanyu
4. Sheebah Karungi
5. Winnie Nwagi
6. Princess Latifa
7. Sharon Ojjala
8. Harriet Kisakye
9. Mesach Semakula
The Best Group Gospel Artists of 2014
The Bible tells us that there is power in unity, and nowhere is that more evident than in the world of gospel music. Here are some of the best group gospel artists of 2014.
The Best Gospel Songs of 2014
It is no doubt that the Ugandan music industry has been on an exponential growth in the recent years. This is more so in the gospel music scene. A lot of great gospel songs have been composed and performed by some of the most popular gospel artistes in Uganda. In this article, we take a look at some of the best gospel songs of 2014.
The Best Male Gospel Songs of 2014
The past year has seen a number of great gospel songs released by male artists. Here are some of the best:
1. “Thank You Lord” by Donald Lawrence
2. “Let it Rise” by Israel Houghton
3. “Amazing” by Kirk Franklin
4. “I Can Only Imagine” by MercyMe
5. “Blessed Assurance” by Smokie Norful
6. “You Are More” by spouses Ofa andviewership Moana Tupou
7. “_aints_ Cry No More” by Tye Tribbett
8. “He’s Alive” by Darwin Hobbs
The Best Female Gospel Songs of 2014
The best female Gospel songs of 2014 include artists like Joyce Omondi, Gloria Muliro, Rose Muhando, Evelyn Wanjiru, and Sarah Kunchura. These talented women have produced some of the most popular and inspirational Gospel songs of the year.
Joyce Omondi’s “Praise the Lord” is a upbeat song that will get you on your feet and dancing. Gloria Muliro’s “In Jesus Name” is a beautiful ballad that will touch your heart. Rose Muhando’s “Tena Ni Wewe” is an uplifting song that will give you hope. Evelyn Wanjiru’s “Yesu ni Wangu” is a worship song that will make you feel close to God. Sarah Kunchura’s “Mungu Hawangu” is a peaceful song that will calm your soul.
The Best Group Gospel Songs of 2014
1. Who Am I by vessels of Mercy
Vessels of Mercy is a 15 member group that has been ministering together for the last 12 years. The group is based in Kampala, Uganda and is made up of people from different walks of life including bankers, engineers, business people, medical doctors, teachers and students.
2. Wonderful by Great Commission
Great Commission is a 9 member group that was formed in 2012 with a passion to proclaim the Gospel through music. The group is based in Jinja, Uganda and ministers in different parts of the country.
3. All I Need by Revival Gospel Singers
The Revival Gospel Singers are a 6 member group that was formed in 2013 with a heart for revival and spreading the Gospel through music. The group is based in Mbale, Uganda and has ministered in different parts of the country.