Black Gospel Praise and Worship Videos

Get up on your feet and praise before getting on your knees to worship with music videos from some of the top black gospel artists of the day.

Regardless of what type of music helps take you to the throne room to worship, remember it will change your day, if you let it. 

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Hezekiah Walker - "Every Praise"

Hezekiah Walker - Azusa The Next Generation
RCA Records

Found on Azusa The Next Generation, which is Hezekiah Walker's 14th studio album, the lead single is guaranteed to get you on your feet, praising God for all that He has done and will do in your life.

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Kirk Franklin - "I Smile"

Kirk Franklin - Hello Fear
Fo Yo Soul/Gospo Centric

From 2011's Hello Fear, Kirk Franklin cuts loose with a fun reminder that no matter what is going on in your life, you should smile because you know that God is working on you and for you. 

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Mary Mary - "Shackles (Praise You)"

Mary Mary - Thankful
Columbia

Erica and Tina Atkins, collectively known as Mary Mary, debuted their amazing talents in 2000 with Thankful. This great song was one of the earliest introductions to the powerhouse sisters as they sang about taking the shackles off their feet so they could dance.

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VaShawn Mitchell - "Created4This"

VaShawn Mitchell - Created4This
EMI Gospel

The title track from VaShawn Mitchell's 2012 release is all about why we were created: to worship and praise God's holy name. As in Created4This, we were created in God's image and there is nothing that we can not do nor overcome in His holy name.

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Pastor Charles Jenkins & Fellowship Chicago - "Awesome"

Pastor Charles Jenkins & Fellowship Chicago - The Best of Both Worlds
Inspired People Music

The title of the song that shot all the way to #1 on Billboard’s Hot Gospel Songs chart says it all. Pastor Charles Jenkins & Fellowship Chicago will give you goosebumps that go from head to toe as they lead you in worshiping God's name.

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Jason Nelson - "Shifting The Atmosphere"

Jason Nelson - Shifting the Atmosphere
Verity Records

"Shifting The Atmosphere," the title track from Jason Nelson's second live album, was called "an excellent first single…a religious quiet-storm ballad” by The New York Times, and they were spot on in their assessment! He shares that whenever we invite God into our days, He creates a better space, making that day better, regardless of the circumstances that it started under.

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Micah Stampley - "Our God"

Micah Stampley - Love Never Fails
Motown Gospel

Micah Stampley's version of the classic worship ballad written by Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Jonas Myrin, and Matt Redman is a powerful cover that reminds us just how amazing and wonderful our God is. He is higher than any other!

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Fred Hammond and United Tenors - "Here In Our Praise"

Fred Hammond - United Tenors Hammond Hollister Roberson Wilson
RCA Inspiration

Fred Hammond was joined by Brian Courtney Wilson, Dave Hollister, and Eric Roberson to become United Tenors. Their lead single will fill your spirit to overflowing.

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Casey J - "Fill Me Up"

Casey J - The Truth
Tyscot

Casey J definitely puts her own personal spin on the Jesus Culture standard on her debut album, The Truth. When your spirit is thirsty and you long for a drink from the well that never goes dry, this song will take you there.

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Anthony Brown & group therAPy - "Water"

Anthony Brown & group therAPy
Tyscot

The single from Anthony Brown & group therAPy's self-titled, debut album is worship in liquid form. The vertical worship ballad ushers you straight into the throne room to you worship the Lord of all and thank Him for filling you with his holy spirit.