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Week of March 28, 2015 Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: “WOW Gospel 2015” Still #1 Gospel Album in the Country


WOW Gospel 2015 holds on to #1 for another week, followed by WOW Gospel 2014 jumping to #2 and Tasha Cobbs with Grace at #3. Fred Hammond’s I Will Trust climbs to #4, while Billboard #1 Gospel Hits holds on to #5.

At #6 is Jason Nelson with Jesus Revealed and Dorinda Clark-Cole’s Living It is #7 this week. Grown Folks Gospel by J. Moss climbs to #8, 3 Winans Brothers re-enters the top 10 with Foreign Land at #9 and Great Gospel Classics: Songs of Praise and Worship, Vol. 1 concludes the lineup at #10.

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