Tasha Cobbs’ Best Gospel Music Videos on YouTube

Check out Tasha Cobbs’ best gospel music videos on YouTube. From anointed live performances to inspiring music videos, Tasha Cobbs’ music is sure to bless you.

Tasha Cobbs’ “Break Every Chain”

“Break Every Chain” is a song performed by American Gospel singer Tasha Cobbs. The song was released in 2013 as the lead single from her album Grace. The song peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs chart. The music video for the song was directed by T.C. and aired on BET’s 106 & Park.

Tasha Cobbs’ “Put a Praise on It”

You can’t help but put a praise on it when you watch Tasha Cobbs’ “Put a Praise on It” music video. The Gospel singer is known for her powerful voice and relatable song lyrics, and this video is no exception. In the clip, Cobbs is seen performing the upbeat track in front of a live audience, with footage of people dancing and raising their hands in worship intercut throughout.

Tasha Cobbs’ “I’m Getting Ready”

Tasha Cobbs’ “I’m Getting Ready” is a powerful song about hope and preparation. The video features Cobbs singing in a dark room with a single light shining on her. As she sings, images of Cobbs’ life and career flash on the screen. The video ends with a message from Cobbs: “Don’t give up. God’s not finished with you yet.”

Tasha Cobbs’ “For Your Glory”

The powerful voice of Tasha Cobbs is on full display in this video for “For Your Glory.” The song is from her album “Heart.Passion.Pursuit,” and the video features Cobbs performing in a dimly lit church. The simple setting allows Cobbs’ voice and the emotion in the song to shine through.

Tasha Cobbs’ “Greater”

Tasha Cobbs’ “Greater” is a 2013 single from her album Grace. The song was written by Tasha Cobbs, Bernard Flowers, and Casey J. Hobbs, and it was produced by Bernard Flowers. The music video for the song was directed by Shelli Finkelstein and it was released on YouTube on August 1, 2013.

The music video features Tasha Cobbs singing the song in a church service. The video also features performances by other gospel artists, including James Fortune, Kierra Sheard, and Kim Burrell.

The video has been viewed over 8 million times on YouTube and it has been liked by over 35 thousand people.

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