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Week of July 30, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Kirk Franklin Takes Back The #1 Spot

This week’s charts have been shaken up a bit. Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear takes the #1 spot back, after being #2 for the past two weeks. Earnest Pugh’s Earnestly Yours drops one spot to #2, after debuting at #1 two ...

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Weeks of July 23, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Earnest Pugh Maintains #1 Spot With Earnestly Yours

Earnest Pugh continues to prove his title as Gospel Music’s new leading man, as his album Earnestly Your maintains the #1 spot this week.  Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear is #2 this week, after 16 weeks on the chart. Trin-i-tee 5:7’s ...

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Week of July 23, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Songs: Kirk Franklin Holds On Tight To #1 Spot

After 24 weeks on the Billboards Gospel Songs chart, “I Smile” by Kirk Franklin is still #1. Followed by “Over & Over” by Trin-i-tee 5:7, who remains at #2. Troy Sneed jumps to #3 this week with “My Heart Says ...

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Interview: Earnest Pugh, Gospel Music’s New Leading Man

Earnest Pugh, an En Sound Male Vocalist of the Year, Independent Music Award Winner for Gospel Album of the Year, and Gospel music’s new leading man, was “Earnestly Ours” for an exclusive interview with uGospel.com. His fourth album, Earnestly Yours ...

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Week of July 16, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Songs: Kirk Franklin Declares #1 Spot As His Home

In the world of radio, there haven’t been any significant changes. The most notable change in the top 10 is Mary Mary’s “Walking” drop from #6 to #9. Kirk Franklin’s “I Smile” remains at #1 this week, followed by Trin-i-tee ...

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Week of July 16, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Earnest Pugh Debuts at #1 with “Earnestly Yours”, Ending Kirk Franklin’s Reign

Earnest Pugh sends shockwaves throughout the industry as he debuts at #1 this week with “Earnestly Yours.” The album causes a trickledown effect in the top five by forcing the other albums to drop one spot each. Pugh’s debut at ...

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Week of July 9, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Kirk Franklin Continues to Lead with “Hello Fear” at #1 Again

The contenders of the top five Gospel albums remain the same; however, there is a minor change in their arrangement. After 14 weeks of being on the charts, Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear still reigns supreme at #1. Mary Mary’s Something ...

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Week of July 9, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Songs: Kirk Franklin Smiles From Ear to Ear as “I Smile” is #1 Again

There are a few noticeable changes in the top five of the Gospel Songs charts. One thing that hasn’t changed is Kirk Franklin’s “I Smile” continuing to dominate at #1, even after being on the charts for 22 weeks. “Over ...

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Week of July 2, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Songs: Kirk Franklin Must Be Smiling Since “I Smile” is #1 Again

In the world of radio, Kirk Franklin is still on top of his game.  Actually, there hasn’t been much change to the top five on the Gospel Song charts. The only difference from last week is “Well Done” by Deitrick ...

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Week of July 2, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Kirk Franklin’s “Hello Fear” Shows the Charts Who’s Boss

The three kings make their mark at the top of the Gospel Charts this week. Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear continues to reign supreme, as it remains in the #1 spot. Followed by Trin-i-tee 5:7’s debut album, Angel & Chanelle at ...

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