This week on the Billboard Gospel charts we have William Murphy on top for a second straight week with his album “Demonstrate.” Wow Gospel 2016 continues at #2, and Shirley Caesar comes in at #3 with “Fill This House.” Rising gospel artist Nate Bean & 4Given debuts their first album at #14. Continue reading
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This week rising gospel artist Deon Kipping takes over the #1 spot with first week sales of “Something to Talk About.” The album supplants last weeks top seller Shirley Caesar who falls to #2 with “Fill This House.” Wow Gospel 2016 continues to sell well coming in at #3. Continue reading
After a full week of sales Shirley Caesar has shot up to #1 on the Billboard Gospel Chart. This after second week sales of her new album “Fill this House” were tabulated. Rising artist Charles Butler and Trinity debuted first week sales of his new album “Make It” at #2, and Kirk Franklin continues to sell well coming in at #3 after 31 straight weeks on the charts. Continue reading
This week on the Billboard Gospel charts the leaders from last week didn’t have much staying power as last week’s #1 Livre drops to #8. The new fore-runner is once again Wow Gospel 2016, with Kirk Franklin following closely behind at #2. Shirley Caesar made a disappointing first week debut at #23 with ‘Fill This House.’ Continue reading
There’s movement on the Billboard Gospel charts this week as the energetic group Livre debuts “Jericho: Tribe of Joshua” at #1 after first week sales. Micah Stampley debuts his new album “To the King” at #2, and Titus Jackson and Latice Crawford debut first week sales at #10 and #15 respectively. Continue reading