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Week of August 8, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: Anthony Brown and group therAPy Debuts at #1 with “Everyday Jesus”


Anthony Brown and group therapy’s Everyday Jesus is the new #1 Gospel album in the country, followed by Karen Clark-Sheard with Destined To Win at #2. Japan Mass Choir holds on to #3 with Powerful: Living In His Body As One, and Marvin Sapp’s You Shall Live drops to #4. At #5 is a new entry to the top 10, Carlene Davis’ Dripping Blood.

WOW Gospel 2015 drops to #6 and Doc Pearson holds on to #7 with No Greater Love. Richard Smallwood’s Anthology: Live drops to #8 and Erica Campbell jumps to #9 with Help 2.0. Finally, concluding the lineup is Charles Jenkins’ Any Given Sunday at #10.

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