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My Top 10 Hits – Week 133

Every Monday I post my all-new Top 10 Christian hit music chart based on personal preference and influenced by radio airplay. Here it is – for the week ending Sunday September 01ST 2019:

  1. “Nobody (But Jesus)” – Casting Crowns Ft. Matthew West
    [# 1 last week / 5TH week on chart]
  2. “Fear No More” – Building 429 [2 / 5TH]
  3. “Dead Man Walking” – Jeremy Camp [6 / 7TH]
  4. “Raise A Hallelujah” – Bethel Music [3 / 13TH]
  5. “Symphony” – Switch [4 / 13TH]
  6. “I’m Gonna Let It Go” – Jason Gray [5 / 4TH]
  7. “(Love Is The) Reason” – Unspoken [7 / 7TH]
  8. “Yes I Will” – Vertical Worship [9 / 3RD]
  9. “Good Grace” – Hillsong UNITED [- / 1ST]
  10. “Power” – We Are Messengers [10 / 2ND]

# 1 One Year Ago This Week:
“Who You Say I Am” – Hillsong Worship

# 1 Two Years Ago This Week:
“Broken Things” – Matthew West

Casting Crowns are still at # 1 for a 2ND week in a row. I believe that it’s at the start of a long run at the top of my chart. Their “Only Jesus” spent 10 weeks at # 1 starting a year ago next week, and that carried them deep into November.

“Nobody (But Jesus)” has also clinched a spot on tomorrow’s special blog post and chart featuring my Top 10 hits of the Summer of 2019 – from Memorial Day to Labor Day. It’s my Top 10 hits based on my 15 weekly charts this Summer. That drops at 3 AM EDT on Tuesday right here.

Moving up a notch this week to # 8 is the debut smash (on my chart) from Vertical Worship out of Chicago. “Yes I Will” is from their 6TH album titled, “Bright Faith Bold Future” (released about 17 months ago). The single was released last year, and it started to impact Christian pop radio about 7 months ago. It’s currently approaching the Top 10 nationally, and it’s slowly inching-up my chart too. It’s really growing on me. I’m starting to sing along to it when I hear it on the radio. Here’s its official music video:

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By Chris M. Day

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