Every Monday I post my all-new Top 10 Christian hit music chart based on personal preference and influenced by radio airplay. It’s the continuation of a weekly hobby that goes back 40+ years. Here it is – for the week ending Sunday September 06TH 2020:
|TW||LW||WKS||SONG TITLE||ARTIST / SITE|
|2||3||4||God So Loved||We The Kingdom|
|3||4||3||The Blessing||Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, Elevation Worship|
|4||2||17||No Impossible With You||I AM THEY|
|5||–||1||This Is What We Live For||Big Daddy Weave|
|6||8||2||Rise Up (Lazarus)||Cain|
|7||–||1||No Hold On Me||Matty Mullins|
|8||9||3||Who Am I||NeedToBreathe|
|9||10||3||Peace Be Still||Hope Darst|
|10||–||1||Into The Sea (It’s Gonna Be OK)||Tasha Layton|
Colton Dixon remains at # 1 for a 3RD week with my favorite song on the radio. It’s likely his final week at # 1, as both We The Kingdom and the Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, and Elevation Worship collaboration are making the Top 3 full with glorious new music and lyrics for Christ our Savior.
Debuting high at # 5 is the latest track from one of my favorite bands – Big Daddy Weave. Their 4TH hit since 2017 sounds awesome, and I love to sing along to it whenever I hear it. It’s truly got that trademark Big Daddy Weave sound and melody to it where if you hear it for the first time – you may guess that it’s a Big Daddy Weave song before the deejay tells you so.
I always love debut artists on the radio and on my chart. I love to hear new music from artists who I’ve never heard of before. This week I’m blessed to love new music from Matty Mullins and Tasha Layton. Matty’s been around for about a dozen years as part of the Mainstream and Christian hard rock scene with his band Memphis May Fire. Tasha has sung background vocals for Katy Perry. She was a contestant during the 2010 season of American Idol.
Well normally this is the end of another weekend of blogging, but I’m not done yet. I’ll have a special Tuesday blog post tomorrow. It’s my annual end-of-summer chart. I’ll #CountUp my Top 10 hits of the Summer of 2020 (from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend).
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