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Week of July 2, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Kirk Franklin’s “Hello Fear” Shows the Charts Who’s Boss

The three kings make their mark at the top of the Gospel Charts this week. Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear continues to reign supreme, as it remains in the #1 spot. Followed by Trin-i-tee 5:7’s debut album, Angel & Chanelle at # 2 and Mary Mary’s Something Big at #3. All three albums maintain their same spot on top of the charts.

However, WOW Gospel 2011, an album compiled of various artist, and Yolanda Adams’ Becoming both make a subtle advance on the charts. WOW Gospel 2011 went from #5 to #4, while Becoming jumps from #7 to #5. The most notable change on the chart this week is T.D. Jakes Presents: Sacred Love Songs 2 by Various Artist dropping from #4 to #9.

Below are the remaining top 10 albums:

#6 Blacklight by Tedashii

#7 Church on the Moon by Deitrick Haddon

#8 Rehab by LeCrae (#13 last week)

#9 T.D. Jakes Presents: Sacred Love Songs 2 by Various Artist

#10 Playlist: The Very Best of Marvin Sapp by Marvin Sapp

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About Mike Jones

Michael Jones is the Director of Public Relations for Urban Roundup Group, LLC and Chief Editor of uGospel.com. He began his career in the Gospel Music Industry upon graduating from Rowan University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications. Since then, Jones has had the honor of interviewing Kirk Franklin, Donald Lawrence, Erica Campbell, Deitrick Haddon and many more of Gospel’s elite.
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