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Weeks of July 23, 2011 Billboards Top Gospel Albums: Earnest Pugh Maintains #1 Spot With Earnestly Yours

Earnest Pugh continues to prove his title as Gospel Music’s new leading man, as his album Earnestly Your maintains the #1 spot this week.  Kirk Franklin’s Hello Fear is #2 this week, after 16 weeks on the chart.

Trin-i-tee 5:7’s Angel & Chanelle and Mary Mary’s Something Big switch places this week. Angel & Chanelle jumps to #3 while Something Big drops to #4. WOW Gospel 2011 by Various Artists stands still on the chart and is #5 again this week.

Tedashii’s Blacklight jumps to #6, followed by LeCrae’s Rehab, which jumps two spots to #7. Dropping two spots this week is Yolanda Adams’ Becoming, was #6 and is now #8, followed by Deitrick Haddon’s Church On The Moon at #9.

Finally, Marvin Sapp’s Playlist: The Very Best Of Marvin Sapp remains at #10, closing out the top 10 of this week’s Billboards Gospel Albums Chart.

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