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Doc Pearson Climbs Billboard Gospel Albums Chart with “No Greater Love”

Derrick Doc Pearson ended 2014 in Billboard Gospel Album Chart’s Top 10 with his contemporary inspiration gospel project “It’s Alright”. Doc Pearson is continuing his chart topping ways with “No Greater Love” which enters the # 7 position on the ...

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Alexis Spight’s ‘All The Glory” Hits No.1 on Billboard’s Gospel Indicator Charts

Uncle G Records presents gospel recording artist Alexis Spight’s forthcoming album, Dear Diary on August 28. Dear Diary marks the first release on the label, which is distributed by eOne Music in Nashville, TN. The lead single, “All the Glory” is No. 1 on Billboard’s Gospel ...

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Rising Gospel Star Bri Hits Top Ten on Billboard with Second Digital Release

Rising gospel star Bri has reached the Top Ten on Billboard’s Gospel Digital Tracks Chart for the second time within a month. Last month, Bri’s debut single “I’ll Be The One’ hit the top spot and her second release “Holy Spirit” debuts at #7 this week. It ...

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Week of July 18, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Songs Chart: Anthony Brown and group therAPy Jumps to #1 with “Worth”

As the release of his sophomore album approaches, Anthony Brown jumps to #1 with his hit single, Worth. Meanwhile, Charles Jenkins’ War holds on to #2, Marvin Sapp jumps to #3 with Yes You Can, and Tasha Cobbs’ For Your ...

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Week of July 18, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: Richard Smallwood Debuts at #1 with “Anthology: Live”

Richard Smallwood debuts at #1 this week with his new album, Anthology: Live, followed by Marvin Sapp’s You Shall Live at #2. Dr. F. James Clark and The Shalom Church (City Of Peace) Mass Choir holds on to #3 with ...

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Doc Pearson Enters Billboard’s Gospel Albums Chart with “No Greater Love”

Derrick Doc Pearson ended 2014 in Billboard Gospel Album Chart’s Top 10 with his contemporary inspirational gospel project “It’s Alright”. Doc Pearson is continuing his chart topping ways with “No Greater Love” which currently sits at the #12 position on ...

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Week of July 11, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Songs Chart: Tasha Cobbs Lands at #1 with “For Your Glory”

For Your Glory by Tasha Cobbs is the new #1 Gospel song in the country. Charles Jenkins & Fellowship Chicago follows with War at #2 and Erica Campbell’s I Luh God drops to #3. Tamela Mann’s This Place is #4, ...

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Week of July 11, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: Marvin Sapp’s “You Shall Live” Still #1

Marvin Sapp’s You Shall Live is still the #1 Gospel album in the country, followed by Trent Von lee with I Am A Praiser at #2. Dr. F. James Clark and The Shalom Church Mass Choir debuts at #3 with ...

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Week of July 4, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Songs Chart: “I Luh God” by Erica Campbell Holds on to #1

Erica Campbell holds on to #1 with hit single, I Luh God, followed by Charles Jenkins’ War at #2. For Your Glory by Tasha Cobbs drops to #3, while Tamela Mann’s This Place climbs to #4. Meanwhile, at #5 is ...

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Week of July 4, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: Marvin Sapp Remains at #1 with “You Shall Live”

Marvin Sapp is still #1 with You Shall Live, followed by WOW Gospel 2015 at #2 and Trent Von Lee’s I Am A Praiser at #3. The Brooklyn Tabernacle re-enters the top 10 at #4 with Pray: Live and Tamela ...

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