Best Urban Gospel Music Videos

This article is a collaborative effort, crafted and edited by a team of dedicated professionals.

Contributors: Andranick Tanguiane, Fred Lerdahl,


Check out the best urban gospel music videos of the year.


The following is a list of the best urban gospel music videos. These videos feature some of the biggest names in the genre and showcase the many different styles that make up this dynamic and popular form of gospel music.

1. “Time” by Hezekiah Walker and the Love Fellowship Choir
2. “Let’s Stay Together” by Kirk Franklin
3. “Gimme That” by Tye Tribbett
4. “On My Way” by Deitrick Haddon
5. “We Lift Our Hands” by Smokie Norful

What is Urban Gospel Music?

Urban Gospel music is a genre of Gospel music that is typically characterized by a more modernized, Hip Hop or R&B sound. It is often seen as a more contemporary, format of Gospel music and is growing in popularity amongst Christian listeners.

What distinguishes Urban Gospel music from other genres of Gospel music is its focus on lyrics that are geared towards issues and concerns that are relevant to an urban environment. Additionally, the sound of Urban Gospel music is often more influenced by Hip Hop, R&B, or Pop music than traditional Gospel sounds.

If you enjoy listening to Christian Hip Hop, Rap, or R&B, then you will likely enjoy Urban Gospel music videos. Some popular Urban Gospel artists include Lecrae, NF, Derek Minor, and Trip Lee.

The Best Urban Gospel Music Videos

There are many great urban gospel music videos out there. It can be hard to decide which ones are the best. Here are some of the best urban gospel music videos that you should check out.

“Lose My Soul” by TobyMac

“Lose My Soul” is a song by TobyMac from the album portable sounds. The music video was directed by Travis Kopach. The video starts with TobyMac standing in an abandoned warehouse surrounded by dancers. As the song starts, the camera starts to spin around him. The video then cuts to different shots of the dancers dancing around TobyMac and to different locations in the warehouse. The video then ends with TobyMac standing in the middle of the warehouse surrounded by the dancers.

“He Reigns” by Kirk Franklin

Franklin’s 2003 release The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin spent seven weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart, and his 2005 album Hero also topped that chart. After years of experimenting with different sounds and styles, Kirk Franklin found his niche with urban gospel, a style that uses contemporary R&B and hip-hop influences to deliver religious messages. “He Reigns” is a perfect example of this style, with its mix of positive messages, infectious beats, and contemporary R&B influences.

“Souled Out” by Hezekiah Walker

Hezekiah Walker’s “Souled Out” is a powerful video that features the BrooklynTabernacle Choir. The video celebrates the joy of faith and the importance of community, and it is sure to inspire viewers.


Praise and worship is a key element to any strong Christian music collection. The songs on this list are some of the most popular and well-known urban gospel songs of all time. The artists who perform them are talented and anointed ministers of the gospel who pour their hearts out in worship to God. When you watch these music videos, you can feel the presence of God and the power of His love.

Similar Posts