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Week of December 13, 2014 Billboard Top Gospel Songs Chart: Ricky Dillard’s ‘Amazing’ Still on Top of Chart at #1


In the world of radio, Ricky Dillard continues to dominate the chart with Amazing at #1, followed by Smokie Norful’s No Greater Love at #2. Arkansas Gospel Mass Choir jumps to #3 with You Alone and Bless Me by JJ Hairston is #4. Dropping to #5 is Jason Nelson with I Am.

Tasha Page-Lockhart jumps to #6 with Different and Tasha Cobbs’ For Your Glory jumps to #7. School teacher Casey J is #8 with her hit single, Fill Me Up, while Fred Hammond’s I Will Trust drops to #9. Concluding this lineup at #10 this week is Damon Little with Because Of You.

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