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Week of January 31, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: “Billboard #1 Gospel Hits” Debuts at #1

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eOne Music’s Billboard #1 Gospel Hits compilation album debuts at #1, causing I Will Trust by Fred Hammond to drop to #2. WOW Gospel 2014 jumps to #3 while Tasha Cobbs’ Grace drops to #4. Meanwhile, J. Moss holds on to #5 with Grown Folks Gospel.

At #6 is JJ Hairston with I See Victory at #6 and Brian Courtney Wilson’s Worth Fighting For drops to #7. VaShawn Mitchell drops to #8 with Unstoppable while Icon: Gospel Icons jumps to #9. Concluding the lineup is Michelle Willaims’ Journey To Freedom at #10.

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