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The Top 100 Gospel for August 28th, 2021

The Top 100 Gospel

We have 2 new tracks in this week's chart. The highest new entry this week is 'I'm Gonna Be Ready' by Yolanda Adams at position number 97. 

The highest climber in the chart this week is 'Strong God' by Kirk Franklin, moving up 9 positions to number 67.  

Rank - Artist - Title (Change)
#1 - 'When You Believe - from The Prince of Egypt' by Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey (+0)
#2 - 'Hallelujah' by Leonard Cohen (+0)
#3 - 'Refiner' by Maverick City Music, Chandler Moore, Steffany Gretzinger (+0)
#4 - 'God Is' by Kanye West (+0)
#5 - 'Every Hour' by Kanye West, Sunday Service Choir (+0)
#6 - 'Joy of the Lord (feat. Dante Bowe, Naomi Raine, Katie Torwalt & Mav City Gospel Choir)' by Maverick City Music, Katie Torwalt, Naomi Raine, Mav City Gospel Choir, Dante Bowe (+0)
#7 - 'I Smile' by Kirk Franklin (+0)
#8 - 'Shackles (Praise You)' by Mary Mary (+0)
#9 - 'Break Every Chain - Live' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard (+1)
#10 - 'Never Would Have Made It' by Marvin Sapp (+1)
#11 - 'Love Theory' by Kirk Franklin (+1)
#12 - 'You Know My Name' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Jimi Cravity (+1)
#13 - 'Keep Praying (feat. DOE, Ryan Ofei & Mav City Gospel Choir)' by Maverick City Music, DOE, Ryan Ofei, Mav City Gospel Choir (+2)
#14 - 'I'll Find You (feat. Tori Kelly)' by Lecrae, Tori Kelly (+3)
#15 - 'Won't He Do It' by Koryn Hawthorne (-6)
#16 - 'Most Beautiful / So in Love' by Maverick City Music, Chandler Moore (-2)
#17 - 'Gotta Believe' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard (-1)
#18 - 'Love Theory' by Kirk Franklin (+0)
#19 - 'Every Praise - (album edit)' by Hezekiah Walker (+2)
#20 - 'Your Spirit' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Kierra Sheard (+2)
#21 - 'Take Me to the King (feat. Kirk Franklin)' by Tamela Mann, Kirk Franklin (+3)
#22 - 'Step by Step' by Whitney Houston (+3)
#23 - 'Revolution' by Kirk Franklin, The Family (+4)
#24 - 'Waymaker' by Michael W. Smith, Vanessa Campagna, Madelyn Berry (+4)
#25 - 'Looking for You' by Kirk Franklin (-6)
#26 - 'Hold on Me (feat. Kirk Franklin & John P. Kee)' by Travis Greene, Kirk Franklin, John P. Kee (-6)
#27 - 'Made A Way' by Travis Greene (+5)
#28 - 'For Your Glory - Live' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard (+6)
#29 - 'No Weapon' by Fred Hammond, Radical For Christ (-6)
#30 - 'I'm Getting Ready' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Nicki Minaj (+5)
#31 - 'Imagine Me' by Kirk Franklin (+5)
#32 - 'Bridge over Troubled Water' by Aretha Franklin (-6)
#33 - 'Something About the Name Jesus' by Kirk Franklin (+4)
#34 - 'You Get The Glory' by Jonathan Traylor (-5)
#35 - 'Believe For It - Live' by CeCe Winans (+3)
#36 - 'joyful' by Dante Bowe (-6)
#37 - 'joyful' by Dante Bowe (+2)
#38 - 'God Will Work It Out (feat. Naomi Raine, Israel Houghton & Mav City Gospel Choir)' by Maverick City Music, Naomi Raine, Israel Houghton, Mav City Gospel Choir (-7)
#39 - 'Way Maker' by Sinach (-6)
#40 - 'Psalm 23 (I Am Not Alone)' by People & Songs, Joshua Sherman (+2)
#41 - 'Gracefully Broken' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard (+2)
#42 - 'I Need You Now' by Smokie Norful (+2)
#43 - 'Goodness of God' by Israel & New Breed, Cristabel Clack (+2)
#44 - 'Make It Right (feat. Dante Bowe, Todd Dulaney, Jekalyn Carr & Mav City Gospel Choir)' by Maverick City Music, Dante Bowe, Todd Dulaney, Jekalyn Carr, Mav City Gospel Choir (-4)
#45 - 'Breathe (feat. Chandler Moore, Jonathan Mcreynolds, Doe & Mav City Gospel Choir)' by Maverick City Music, Chandler Moore, Jonathan McReynolds, DOE, Mav City Gospel Choir (-4)
#46 - 'Mighty One (feat. Todd Dulaney, Maryanne J. George & Mav City Gospel Choir)' by Maverick City Music, Todd Dulaney, Maryanne J. George, Mav City Gospel Choir (+0)
#47 - 'This Is A Move - Live' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard (+0)
#48 - 'Fill Me Up - Live' by Tasha Cobbs Leonard (+1)
#49 - 'A Change Is Gonna Come' by Sam Cooke (+2)
#50 - 'We're Blessed' by Fred Hammond (+2)
#51 - 'Redeemer' by Nicole C. Mullen (+4)
#52 - 'You Raise Me Up' by Secret Garden, Brian Kennedy (+5)
#53 - 'Nobody Greater' by VaShawn Mitchell (+6)
#54 - 'We Gon' Be Alright' by Tye Tribbett (+6)
#55 - 'Brighter Day' by Kirk Franklin (+6)
#56 - 'How Great (Single Mix)' by Koryn Hawthorne, Matt Maher (+7)
#57 - 'No Greater Love' by Rudy Currence, Chrisette Michele (+7)
#58 - 'Change Me' by Tamela Mann (-10)
#59 - 'Deliver Me (This Is My Exodus) (feat. Le'Andria Johnson)' by Donald Lawrence, The Tri-City Singers, Le'Andria Johnson (+6)
#60 - 'Intentional' by Travis Greene (+6)
#61 - 'In Jesus Name' by Israel & New Breed (+6)
#62 - 'Wanna Be Happy?' by Kirk Franklin (+7)
#63 - 'Praise Him In Advance' by Marvin Sapp (-13)
#64 - 'Open My Heart' by Yolanda Adams (-11)
#65 - 'God in Me (feat. Kierra Sheard)' by Mary Mary, Kierra Sheard (-11)
#66 - 'Can't Give Up Now' by Mary Mary (+8)
#67 - 'Strong God' by Kirk Franklin (+9)
#68 - 'A God Like You' by Kirk Franklin (-12)
#69 - 'Father Stretch' by Sunday Service Choir (-11)
#70 - 'Anything For You' by Ledisi (+7)
#71 - 'Something Has To Break (feat. Tasha Cobbs Leonard) - Live' by Kierra Sheard, Tasha Cobbs Leonard (+7)
#72 - 'Jehovah Jireh - Live' by Jekalyn Carr (-10)
#73 - 'Son of Suffering (feat. Jekalyn Carr, Chandler Moore & Mav City Gospel Choir)' by Maverick City Music, Jekalyn Carr, Mav City Gospel Choir, Chandler Moore (+7)
#74 - 'Never Alone' by Tori Kelly, Kirk Franklin (+7)
#75 - 'Listen' by Marvin Sapp (-7)
#76 - 'Worth - Full Version' by Anthony Brown & group therAPy (+6)
#77 - 'Speak The Name' by Koryn Hawthorne (+6)
#78 - 'It's Working' by William Murphy (+6)
#79 - 'Grateful' by Hezekiah Walker, Love Fellowship Choir (-9)
#80 - 'Unstoppable' by Koryn Hawthorne (-9)
#81 - 'What Can I Do - Live' by Tye Tribbett (-9)
#82 - 'Stomp (Remix)' by Kirk Franklin (-9)
#83 - 'Just Want to Praise You' by Maurette Brown Clark (+5)
#84 - 'Count On Me - from "Waiting to Exhale" - Original Soundtrack' by Whitney Houston, CeCe Winans (-9)
#85 - 'Walking' by Mary Mary (+6)
#86 - 'Weak' by Sunday Service Choir (+7)
#87 - 'Movin' On' by Jonathan McReynolds, Mali Music (+7)
#88 - 'Thank You For It All' by Marvin Sapp (+7)
#89 - 'Anything For You - The Duet' by Ledisi, PJ Morton (+8)
#90 - 'Just Like God' by Evvie McKinney (+8)
#91 - 'Jireh (feat. Chandler Moore, Naomi Raine & Mav City Gospel Choir)' by Maverick City Music, Chandler Moore, Naomi Raine, Mav City Gospel Choir (-12)
#92 - 'My World Needs You (feat. Sarah Reeves, Tasha Cobbs & Tamela Mann)' by Kirk Franklin, Sarah Reeves, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Tamela Mann (+7)
#93 - 'Everlasting God (feat. Bishop James Morton)' by William Murphy, Bishop James Morton (+7)
#94 - 'Let The Church Say Amen - Radio Edit' by Andrae Crouch, Marvin Winans (-9)
#95 - 'God Favored Me (Extended Version) (feat. Marvin Sapp & DJ Rogers)' by Hezekiah Walker, Love Fellowship Choir, Marvin Sapp, D.J. Rogers (-9)
#96 - 'Because Of Who You Are' by Vicki Yohe (-9)
#97 - 'I'm Gonna Be Ready' by Yolanda Adams (NEW)
#98 - 'Go Get It' by Mary Mary (-9)
#99 - 'Love Him Like I Do' by Deitrick Haddon, Ruben Studdard, Mary Mary (-9)
#100 - 'He Wants It All' by Forever Jones (NEW)

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