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The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) released in the past week - Thursday, April 6th, 2023

The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) released in the past week

Discover the most popular Christian Contemporary Music & CEDM released between March 30th and April 6th, 2023. 

Most new releases are published on Fridays. Each Thursday we look at the Christian music (we know) that was released in the past week and select the 50 most-streamed CCM & CEDM releases. Our fans / followers are always the first to see this list!

So here's this week's chart of the most popular Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) in the English language released in the past week:

(Click any song title on our webpage to open that song on Spotify) 

Rank - Title - Artist
#1 - 'Waiting' by Lauren Daigle
#2 - 'Good Plans' by Red Rocks Worship
#3 - 'Grace To Grace (Staring Out Into The Old City) - Live' by Hillsong UNITED, TAYA, Joel Houston
#4 - 'You Will Be Saved' by ELEVATION RHYTHM
#5 - 'He Lives' by Newsboys, Adam Agee
#6 - 'Taxi' by IMRSQD
#7 - 'Deliverer' by Antoine Bradford
#8 - 'Camouflage' by Joseph O'Brien
#9 - 'Behold Our God - Live at WorshipGod' by Sovereign Grace Music
#10 - 'Can't Outrisk - Live At The Kessler' by Ocean & The Ghost, UPPERROOM, John Mark Pantana
#11 - 'Even (I'll Still Praise) - Live' by Alive City, Metro Collective Worship
#12 - 'Let A Little Light In' by Jon Guerra
#13 - 'Hideaway' by Matthew Parker, GLADDEN
#14 - 'Lead Me Down' by Orphan No More Co
#15 - 'Good News' by Coby James
#16 - 'Already Won (Live at MOTION 2022)' by Highlands Worship, Motion Worship
#17 - '10'000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) - Radio Edit' by Jack Izaak, Matt Redman
#18 - 'Coming Back For Me' by The Church Will Sing, Brenton Brown, Zeo Worship
#19 - 'Gold - Acoustic' by Britt Nicole
#20 - 'Passover' by Awaken Music
#21 - 'on my way!' by Cortes
#22 - 'Won't Settle' by Chidiya Ohiagu, Neon Feather, CARISSA M.
#23 - 'O Praise The Name (Anástasis) [By An Empty Tomb Not Far From Golgotha] - Live' by Hillsong UNITED, Jad Gillies
#24 - 'Man Of Sorrows (Above A Bus Station Under Golgotha) - Live' by Hillsong UNITED, Jad Gillies
#25 - 'Say Something - Radio Version' by Chase Wagner, J. Monty
#26 - 'Have Hope' by Ginny Owens
#27 - 'All Things Together' by Audacious Worship
#28 - 'No Other Name (Above A Bus Station Under Golgotha) - Live' by Hillsong UNITED, Jad Gillies, Joel Houston
#29 - 'SUNSHINE' by Jacob Stanifer
#30 - 'twenty something' by ØM-53
#31 - 'Everything for Jesus - Live' by Radiant City Music, Rachel Culver
#32 - 'Ghosts' by The War Within
#33 - 'Madhouse' by Colorvault, A.Bishai
#34 - 'You Don't Want It Back' by The Rennisans
#35 - 'All Debts Canceled' by Stephen McWhirter, Jason Clayborn, Delaware Worship Collective, Todd McVicker
#36 - 'Uncharted' by Hannah Jewel
#37 - 'I Will Remember - Live' by Crossroads Music
#38 - 'God So Loved - Studio' by Maranatha! Music, Matthew Zigenis
#39 - 'what a friend we have in jesus' by the quiet hours, Andrew Osenga
#40 - 'I Need Your Presence - Radio Edit' by Brian Martin & Worship 4 Life
#41 - 'This One's for You' by Grace Graber, Jason Dunn
#42 - 'Take Me Deeper - Live' by Crossroads Music
#43 - 'Always Moving - Live' by Crossroads Music
#44 - 'Light a Candle' by The Bowery
#45 - 'Abba Father (Live)' by AOH Music
#46 - 'Walk By Faith - Radio Version' by Aaron Williams
#47 - 'You've Always Been Good - Live' by Crossroads Music
#48 - 'Death Was Arrested / He's Alive - Live' by The Talleys
#49 - '46 (Be Still)' by Union Creative
#50 - 'You'll Be In My Heart' by Stillman

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You can hear these songs on a special playlist that we have for you on Spotify:

Obviously, this playlist changes every week, so don't forget to save your favorites! If you follow this playlist, you will always have the most up-to-date overview of the most popular newest Christian Contemporary releases in the English language...

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