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Hillsong Worship Back For ‘More’ on Top Christian Albums Chart

There Is More, the new live album from Hillsong Worship, arrives at No. 2 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart (dated April 21), earning 17,000 equivalent album units (11,000 in traditional album sales) in its first week, according to Nielsen Music.

The 17-song set, including its six bonus tracks, marks the praise-and-worship collective's 12th top 10 on the chart, a total that includes six No. 1s.

Hillsong Worship, the musical arm of Hillsong Church, which also includes sister acts Hillsong United and Hillsong Young & Free, recorded the album live in concert at Hillsong's flagship church in Sydney, Australia.


The three respective Hillsong units are separate bands, but their various members will sometimes participate in multiple iterations. They also share songs; for instance, There Is More includes a version of "So Will I (100 Billion X)," the current Hillsong United single, which ranks at No. 4 on the streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Hot Christian Songs chart; No. 5 on Christian Digital Song Sales (4,000 sold); and No. 11 on Christian Airplay (6.7 million in audience, up 7 percent).

On Top Gospel Albums, The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir's I Am Reminded: Live! debuts at No. 2 (2,000 units). The musical aggregation of the non-denominational Brooklyn Church in New York City tallies its 10th top 10, a sum that features three No. 1s. The collective first reached the chart in 1990 with the No. 35-peaking Live Again.