Top 10 Best Gospel Songs In April 2017 (Gospel Roundup 01)

Here's a list of the top 10 gospel songs ib April 2017. They are the most played, downloaded and searched Gospel songs in April 2017. The metrics pulled out to rank these songs are by far more
than just the rhythm and instrumentality, but, recency and the wordings are far more considered. See the list:

#1: "You Deserve It" — J.J Hairston & Youthful Praise

This song deserves it. It has being on #1 spot on various gospel charts, including the gospel billboard for weeks now. "You Deserve It" by J.J Hairston & Youthful praise is the peak of worship songs this month, April 2017. It's spiritually refreshing and lyrically in depth. "My Halleluyah belongs to you".... It speaks of a lot, it speaks of glorifying the King.

#2: "Joy" — Vashawn Mitchell

"Joy" by Vashawn Mitchell is a soul-lifing song. If it's on the second spot for best gospel songs in April, then its no mistake. This song's currently #2 on the gospel billboard chart. Yeah.

#3: "Hang On" — GEI (ft. Kierra Sheard)

Everyone's talking about this song. Everyone wants to hear this song and it's just as refreshing (spiritually) as it sounds. "Hang On" climbed the billboard to sit on the top #3 spot in April.

#4: "Made a Way" — Travis Greene

Travis Greene is talented. He won several Stellar awards this month, April 2017. Why? He's got all inspiration from above. Travis Greene's "Intentional" is also a must-hear for all Christians willing to hear from the father. This song has become a normal worship song, sang in churches and holy gatherings (crusades..).

#5: "I Need You" — Donnie McClurkin

Donnie McClurkin is known for worshiping in a different dimension with songs that minister. People stay connected. "I Need You" is basically a song noting the importance of God and to McClurkin, it's a call-on song unto God.

#6: "Victory Belongs to Jesus" — Todd Dulaney

Yet a simple song, sang in a different way and dimension. "Victory belongs to Jesus" featured different vocals at the endpoint. The vocals were from within the backup choristers. At this point, it wasn't about the showoff in the flesh, but in the spirit. The Spirit sang through those vocals.

#7: "Never Have to be Alone" — Cece Winans

The #7 deserving song, "Never Have to be Alone" by Cece Winans is spirit-moving. Cece Winans alongside Tasha Cobbs, Kierra Sheard and Tamela Mann are highly recognized worship leaders and international singers. This one from Cece Winans is what you must hear right now.

#8: "God's Grace" — Rev. Luthur Barnes & The Restoration Worship Center Choir

Rev. Luthur Barnes is a worshipper. And this song titled "God's Grace" somehow transforms the heart of the weak, the brokenhearted, the mentally failed, the wounded to seeing a brighter light in God's Grace.

#9: "Work it Out" — Tye Tribbett

Absolutely creative Gospel artiste, Tye Tribbett is always at it. His songs pick up to spots on big-time charts forcefully. They're both creative and spiritual (oh... And meaningful too).

#10: "God Provides" — Tamela Mann

Multiple Stellar Award winner, Tamela Mann is an awesome minister whose voice sounds like the Angels singing "Holy, Holy, Holy" to God in Heaven. One of her singles titled Take Me to The King" is a must-hear. She's made it to the Gospel top 10 severally, and she's here again, on the list of top 10 gospel songs in April 2017.