Gospel reggae songs traces its root from Jamaica. The earlier genre of reggae songs are RockSteady, Gospel reggae music is considered a royal music genre since reggae comes from a latin word "regi" meaning to the king. From Jamaica Gospel Reggae music has been adopted and sung by various countries world wide especially African countries.

Africa Receive Your King - Reuben Kigame

Bigger Than What People Say - Reggae - One Nation Band

Breathe on me Holy Ghost Power - Clint Brown

Conquering Lion - Lauryn Hill

Devotion - Papa San

Fruit - Charles Rigga

Give Me Jesus in the Morning Everyday - Judith Gayle

Gospel Reggae - Created To Sing - Stitchie

Greater Tomorrow - My Tomorrow Must be Greater Than Today - David Ekene

He Reigns - Christafari

Heavenly Home - Jonny Maz

I Live for You every song I sing is for you - BMF

I Wanna Make Heaven My Home - Robert Foster

I'll Be Down By The River - Morgan Heritage

I'M BREAKING FORTH - Dominion Crew

It Shall Be Permanent Medley - Krystaal

JEHOVAH SHAMMAH - I put my confidence - Nathaniel Bassey

Jesus Shall lead Me - Remember Calvary - William Martin

Knock Knock Knocking on Heaven's Door - Luciano

Living For Jesus - I'm Not Turning Back - DJ Nicholas

Lord Give Me Strength - Luciano

Lord I lift your Name On High Reggae version - Caribbean Gospel

Lord I Love You - Adrian Cunningham

Me Love The Man from Galilee - Jamaican - Reuben Kigame

More Than Conquerors - Stitchie

My Forever Friend - Carlene Davis

My God is awesome - Charles Jenkins

Need You To Reign - Angel Benard

Nothing But Prayer - Senzo

Occupy My Mind Oh Lord - Ellsworth Quammie

Penzi Langu - TuneDem Band

Praise Him - Praise Your God - Burning Spear

Sin No More - Go Never Never Sin - CTI Movement Band

Stand and Be Counted - Positive

The Battle Belongs to The Lord - Petra

This Island Needs Jesus - Carlene Davis

Trust In The Lord - Don Moen

Unchangeable God Reliable God - Joe Praize

Your Beauty Chase Me - Christafari

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