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SONGS OF THE WEEK

  1. The Battle is the Lord’s – Rebecca St. James
  2. Every Need – Anna Waters
  3. You Are In Control – Levi McGrath
  4. Together – for King and Country
  5. My Arms – Ledger
  6. Never Have I Ever – Young & Free
  7. Another in the Fire – United
  8. Evidence – Josh Baldwin
  9. ==== Six way tie ====
  • You – Apollo LTD
  • Who Am I – Need to Breathe
  • Today Tomorrow and Forever – Sanctus Real
  • Lightning – The Afters
  • Moving through Me – Joshua Micah
  • I Remember – Planetshakers

 

* week ending 15th August

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“This song calls me to trust in God and see that He’s gone before me. It’s His battle to fight, not mine.” says Rebecca St. James

Co-written by Rebecca St. James with North Point Worship’s Seth Condrey and Heath Balltzglier, “The Battle Is The Lord’s” was produced by Seth Mosley (for KING & COUNTRY, Jeremy Camp) and St. James’ longtime collaborator Tedd T. (We Are Messengers, Francesca Battistelli).

Here is the full article from CCM Magazine at the point of release of this single.
Click on graphic to view the Lyric video of Rebecca St. James “The Battle is the Lord’s”

Every Need – Anna Waters moved into the Good News Radio number 1 position for the week ending 1st of August 2020 and continues in top three for the two weeks after.

“Every Need reminds us that this kind of love alters the way we see ourselves and others around us. When we accept love, we have all we’ll ever need,” Anna explains.

Click on this link for full write up in Louder than the Music.
https://www.louderthanthemusic.com/document.php?id=9595

 


For nine consecutive weeks ‘for King & Country’  topped the charts for 2020 with their latest ‘Together’ featuring Kirk Franklin and Tori Kelly.

The song and video resonates the ‘COVID’ safety measures message that “We are all in this together”. Check out their YouTube video filmed in quarantine in their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. ‘TOGETHER’ with Kirk Franklin + Tori Kelly. They express their gratefulness to all 2000 of those who lent their stories and voices to make this music video possible.

The duo (Joel and Luke) have been a regular chart topper for the last five years with Burn the Ships (2020); God Only Knows (2019); Joy (2018); It’s Not Over Yet and Priceless (2016) and Fix My Eyes (2014) plus several others..

 


Levi McGrath spent nine consecutive weeks and continues to be in the TCM Top 30 with his latest single ‘You Are in Control’. It follows up on Share the Love that reached the Good News Radio top ten earlier in the year. This single is shaping up to be one of the big songs of 2020.
Since 2007 Levi has released four albums the latest “Be Here Now”. Over the years he has had several top ten singles including ‘Letting It Go’ and ‘Bringing it Back’ in 2007; ‘Don’t Lose Your Heart’ and ‘Ray of Light’ in 2015.

We Are Messengers have quickly established their place in CCM history with a string of ten ten hits over the past few years. The group formed in Ireland in 2015 with Darren Mulligan as its lead singer and guitarist.  They debuted in 2016 with Everything Comes Alive and followed up with God With Us and Magnify (2017) Maybe its OK and Power in (2018). Their current single Love is one of the big songs for 2020 with 6 weeks at #1


Mercy Me returns to the top of the charts with ‘Almost Home’ 

Mercy Me is one of the most significant groups in CCM history. Their 2020 single ‘Almost Home’ spent 2 weeks at #1.  Since their debut ‘I Can Only Imagine’ they have released 12 albums and have had many singles go to the top of the charts. Word of God Speak (2002); Greater (2015); Shake; Flawless (2016) and many others


It’s Gonna Get Better by Stars Go Dim

spent four weeks at #1 in February

They have previously charted with ‘You Are Loved’ and ‘Walking Like Giants’ (2016); 

 

 

 

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