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Week of December 20, 2014 Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: ‘Motown Christmas’ Rolls in at #1, John Paul McGee Debuts in Top 10


Taking the #1 spot this week is Motown Christmas, causing J. Moss’ Grown Folks Gospel to drop to #2. Fred Hammond’s I Will Trust also makes a small drop to #3, followed by WOW Gospel 2014 holding on to #4. At #5 is 3 Winans Brothers with Foreign Land.

Tasha Cobbs is #6 with Grace, followed by VaShawn Mitchell’s Unstoppable at #7. JJ Hairston is #8 with I See Victory, while Icon: Gospel Icons jumps to #9. Concluding the lineup is EPM Music Group’s newest signee, John Paul McGeee, with A Christmas With John Paul debuting at #10.

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