We don’t want you to have to depend on your music streaming platform of choice to mix in the latest and greatest in Christian music. So, every Monday you can find our Top Five Dope Finds #MusicMonday edition as a resource to ensure your playlist stays fresh and Spirit-filled!
- (Single) Help Me by Tamela Mann
Vocal powerhouse, Tamela Mann, recently released her new single, “Help Me.” Just as the title insinuates, this song reminds us not to give up because help is on the way. May we always remember that we can cry out to God and He will rescue us from any and every situation.
2. (Single) Something Has to Break (Live) by Red Rocks Worship, Kierra Sheard and Essential Worship
“I feel it in this room. Holy Spirit move. Because when you have your way…Something has to break.” If you don’t feel the atmosphere shift at the very start of this powerful worship song, I don’t know what to tell you. May we always remember that all the Holy Spirit needs is an invitation into our situation.
Christian rapper, Wande, is back with another banger for those who want to vibe to something that sounds like a Hip Hop radio hit but glorifies God. The song’s catchy hook, “Big God! Money can’t really buy me,” drips with a confidence that we should all embrace as Christians. Our God is bigger than anything used to entice or destroy us.
4. (Single) Miracle by Aaron Cole
With a sound reminiscent to that of a J. Cole track, Aaron Cole’s new song pays homage to how far God has brought him. He recognizes that based on his upbringing to have reached the success he’s reached is nothing short of a miracle. May we all remember to take on a posture of gratitude. Even if we are not where we want to be, let’s appreciate the fact that we are not where we started.
5. (Single) Too Good to Not Believe by Cody Carnes and Brandon Lake
“We’ve seen cancer disappear. We’ve seen broken bodies healed. Don’t you tell me He can’t do it. Don’t you tell me He can’t do it. We’ve seen real life resurrection. We’ve seen mental health restored. Don’t you tell me He can’t do it. Don’t you tell me He can’t do it.” Instances of God’s glory is sung throughout the second half of the song as a reminder that God is too good to not believe.