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Week of January 31, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Songs Chart: Jason Nelson Reaches #1 with Latest Single, “I Am”


After months of sitting on top of the chart, Ricky Dillard’s Amazing is #2, due to I Am by Jason Nelson taking the #1 spot. Casey J holds on to #3 with Fill Me Up, and Fred Hammond follows at #4 with I Will Trust. Somkie Norful makes a small climb to #5 with No Greater Love.

At #6 is JJ Hairston with his latest single, Bless Me, followed by Tasha Cobbs jumping to #7 with For Your Glory. VaShawn Mitchell is #8 with God My God and Tasha Page-Lockhart’s Different drops to #9. Concluding the lineup is War by Charles Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago at #10.

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