'This Week,' Anthony Brown & group therAPY Are No. 1 on Gospel Airplay Chart

Anthony Brown
Jabari Jacobs

Anthony Brown

The act achieves its third leader.

Anthony Brown & group therAPY tops Billboard's Gospel Airplay chart, as "This Week" climbs 2-1 on the list dated July 18.

The song increased by 12 percent in plays in the tracking week ending July 12, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

The act earn its third Gospel Airplay leader, among seven top 10s. The song is the group's second straight No. 1, as it follows "Blessings on Blessings," which reigned for three weeks starting last September.

Brown & group therAPY first led with "Worth," for 24 frames starting in September 2015. It's the seventh-longest-leading No. 1 in the history of the chart, which launched in March 2005. Marvin Sapp's "Never Would Have Made It" dominated for a record 45 weeks commencing in August 2007.

Elsewhere on Billboard's gospel charts, All Nations Music posts its first Top Gospel Albums entry, as Come Alive begins at No. 2. In its first week, ending July 9, the gospel choir's introductory release earned 2,000 equivalent album units.

The seven-song set includes such gospel music mainstays as Maranda Curtis and Chandler Moore. The group is the musical arm of All Nations Worship Assembly, headquartered in Chicago.

Also on Top Gospel Albums, Tasha Cobbs Leonard earns her fifth top 10, as her EP Intercession enters at No. 3 (2,000).

The four-song effort marks Cobbs Leonard's sixth Top Gospel Albums appearance, four of which have hit No. 1: Heart. Passion. Pursuit: Live at Passion City Church (2018); Heart. Passion. Pursuit (2017); One Place: Live (2015); and Grace (2014).

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