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Week of February 7, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Songs Chart: Jason Nelson’s “I Am” Holds on to #1


In the world of radio, Jason Nelson holds on to #1 with I Am, while Casey J jumps to #2 with Fill Me Up. After a record breaking run at #1, Amazing by Ricky Dillard drops to #3. JJ Hairston jumps to #4 with Bless Me, while Fred Hammond’s I Will Trust drops to #5.

For Your Glory by Tasha Cobbs jumps to #6, while VaShawn Mitchell climbs to #7 with God My God. Tasha Page-Lockhart’s Different is #8 this week, followed by Smokie Norful with No Greater Love at #9 and War by Charles Jenkins at #10.

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