Gospel Music is music preached from the bible to narrate stories derived from the bible. Although gospel music can be traced all the way back to the time of slavery it wasn’t fully introduced until the 1800’s. Gospel music came out of church hymns as a way to make it easier to sing along to. Gospel music was considered to originate from Southern black churches in the United States.
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