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Week of August 8, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Songs Chart: Anthony Brown and group therAPy Holds on to #1 with “Worth”


The #1 Gospel song in the country is Worth by Anthony Brown and group therapy, while Charles Jenkins follows with War at #2. Tasha Cobbs jumps to #3 with For Your Glory and Marvin Sapp’s Yes You Can follows at #4. Meanwhile, Brian Courtney Wilson’s Worth Fighting For jumps to #5 this week.

Dropping to #6 is I Luh God by Erica Campbell and Tamela Mann’s This Place holds on to #7. Intentional by Travis Greene is #8 and Casey J holds on to #9 with Fill Me Up. Concluding the lineup is Jason Nelson with I Am at #10.

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