William Murphy’s ‘Settle Here’ Starts at No. 1 on Top Gospel Albums Chart

Plus, chart action for Todd Dulaney, Chris Tomlin & more.

William Murphy earns his second No. 1 on Billboard's Top Gospel Albums chart, as live set Settle Here bows atop the March 30-dated tally with 3,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music. Murphy first started at the summit with Demonstrate in July 2016.

Another live release, Todd Dulaney's To Africa With Love, recorded at Every Nation Church in Cape Town, South Africa, follows with a No. 2 entrance on Top Gospel Albums (1,000 units). Dulaney adds his third top 10 after the No. 1s Your Great Name in 2018 and A Worshippers Heart in 2016.

On Top Christian Albums, Chris Tomlin's Holy Roar: Live From Church debuts at No. 7 (4,000 units). Recorded live in Nashville, the set marks Tomlin's 12th top 10, a total that includes seven No. 1s.

As for songs on the move, Elevation Worship earns its third Hot Christian Songs top 10 as "Resurrecting" pushes 11-10. It gains by 7 percent to 5.7 million audience impressions and climbs 12-11 on Christian Airplay.

Additionally, Lauren Daigle rolls up her 10th Christian Airplay top 10 as "Look Up Child" lifts 11-8 (6.4 million, up 1 percent). Since she first reached the region with "How Can It Be" in February 2015, she boasts the most top 10s among all acts; Tomlin ranks second with eight in that span; he leads all artists with the most top 10s in the chart's entire nearly 16-year history: 27 top 10s.


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