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Week of September 17, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Songs: Gospel’s New Leading Man, Earnest Pugh, Is #1 With “I Need Your Glory”

In the world of radio, I Need Your Glory by Earnest Pugh jumps one spot to #1 this week. Meanwhile, I Smile by Kirk Franklin drops one spot to #2. Over & Over by Trin-i-tee 5:7 is #3, followed by ...

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Week of September 17, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Kirk Franklin Returns to #1 With Hello Fear

This week  Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear jumps two spots and returns to its position at #1. Isaac Carree’s debut album, Uncommon Me, drops one spot to #2, after debuting at #1 last week. Dorinda Clark-Cole’s I Survived debuts at #3 ...

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Week of September 10, 2011 Billboard Top Gospel Albums: Isaac Carree takes the #1 Spot With Debut Album “Uncommon Me”

This week two albums debut at the top of the chart. Isaac Carree’s Uncommon Me debuts at #1, followed by PRo’s Dying To Live debuting at #2. Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear, which spent most of its time on the chart ...

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Week of September 10, 2011 Billboard Top Gospel Songs: Kirk Franklin Is Still #1 With “I Smile”

Not much has changed in the world of radio this week. I Smile by Kirk Franklin is #1 this week, followed by I Need Your Glory by Earnest Pugh at #2. After 58 weeks on the chart, Nobody Greater by ...

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Deitrick Haddon’s Anthology: The Writer and His Music Debuts #7 on Billboard Top Gospel Albums Charts

It never hurts to look at an artist today and wonder what their artistry was like in the beginning.  Based on first week sales, longtime Deitrick Haddon fans must have been pondering this same question as his new project, Anthology: ...

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Week of August 27, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Donald Lawrence Makes Major Come Back With YRM’s #1 Debut

There’s a new person relaxing at the top of the Gospel Albums Chart. David Lawrence debuts at #1 this week with his new release, YRM. Former chart topper, Kirk Franklin is now #2 with his album, Hello Fear, followed by ...

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Week of August 27, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Songs: Kirk Franklin Still #1 After 29 Weeks With “I Smile”

In the world of radio, the charts are experiencing a “stand-still” in the top five Gospel Songs. I Smile by Kirk Franklin remains at #1, followed by Earnest Pugh’s I Need Your Glory, which remains at #2. Nobody Greater by ...

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Week of August 20, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Songs Chart: Smiling Pays Off, Kirk Franklin Is Still #1

In the world of radio, there hasn’t been much shaking up of the charts this week.  I Smile by Kirk Franklin is still #1 followed by Earnest Pugh’s I Need Your Glory, which jumps one spot to #2. By the ...

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Week of August 20, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums Chart: Kirk Franklin Continues To Dominate With Hello Fear

After 20 weeks of being on Billboard, Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear is still #1, which is where the album spends most of its time. Next is Earnest Pugh’s Earnestly Yours, which jumps from #3 to #2 this week. Surprisingly, WOW ...

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Week of August 13, 2011 Top Gospel Songs: Kirk Franklin Continues to Smile With “I Smile” at #1

I Smile by Kirk Franklin continues to reign at #1, followed by VaShawn Mitchell’s Nobody Greater at #2 after 54 weeks on the charts. I Need Your Glory by Earnest Pugh jumps two spots this week to #3, followed by ...

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