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The Hottest Gospel Songs to End Your Work Week With

by Kim Jones   Sep 11, 2014 20:35 PM EDT

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Recording Artist Lecrae attends the Soul Train Awards 2013 at the Orleans Arena on November 8, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
According to Billboard, these are the Top 10 Urban Gospel tunes in the nation! What a great way to end your week and start your weekend.

All I Need Is You - Lecrae

Moving up this week from the #2 spot, the new single from Anomaly has been on the charts for five weeks.

Every Praise - Hezekiah Walker

After 77 weeks in the chart, for this song to be still getting this much airplay is unheard of!

Say I Won't - Lecrae featuring Andy Mineo

Getting knocked out of the top spot would normally be bad, but when your song is knocked out by another one of your songs, it's a different story.

I Can Only Imagine - Tamela Mann

The song itself has been around for years and Tamela's version has been on the charts for 51 weeks.

Beautiful Day - Jamie Grace

Jamie's tune from Ready to Fly peaked at #1 and another long-term hit, it's been on the charts for 38 weeks.

Say Yes - Michelle Williams f/ Beyonce And Kelly Rowland

The ladies from Destiny's Child sound like they never broke up!

Amazing - Ricky Dillard & New G

The title track from Ricky Dillard and New G's latest has been blowing up the airways for 33 weeks.

Nuthin - Lecrae

Three songs, all from the same album and all in the Top 10, is unheard of but that is exactly what Lecrae is looking at.

No Greater Love - Smokie Norful

Moving up from #10 last week, Smokie's latest single comes from Forever Yours

We Are Victorious - Donnie McClurkin f/ Tye Tribbett

Two powerhouse male vocalists have never sounded better than Donnie and Tye.

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