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Thus far the top ten black gospel songs of 2011 have been outstanding.

There have been a few songs that have been standouts.

# 10 Kirk Franklin “I Smile”- Is Back with a track that guarantees that you will appreciate everything in your life. He also will be on tour for additional information on the tour be sure to read Kirk Franklin Says “Hello Fear” Let’s Tour

# 9   Troy Sneed My Heart Says Yes– Troy Sneed was originally known as a producer but now leads the pack with a song that is not only uplifting but inspiring.

#8 Beverly Crawford “It’s about Time For a Miracle” who is best known for singing with the New Life Singers on Bobby Jones Gospel.

#7 Dietrich Haddon “Well Done”- On January 25, 2011 Deitrick Haddon released the much anticipated “Church On The Moon”, his fifth album with Verity Records. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboards Top Gospel charts and #65 on the Billboard 200. You can read more about his historical music video by visiting the article EXCLUSIVE: Deitrick Haddon’s New Historical Video Premiere Scheduled

#6 Wes Morgan “I Choose to Worship” was recently featured on the Monique show where he brought the house down with his testimony and performance

#5 forever Jones “He Wants It All” is most definitely the musical example of a family that prays together stays together forever JONES’” is nothing less than a full-fledged family affair, with all 5 children adding the mix with their respective musical gifts. You can read more about this family’s accomplishments by visiting You will be lifted by this song.

#4 Mary Mary “Walking” The sisters have released a single that will point you in the right direction. If you have not seen the video yet visit here. Mary Mary’s New Video Is “Walking”

#3 William McDowell “I Give Myself Away” All across the world, worshippers are raising their voices making the simple, yet profound declaration, “I Give Myself Away So You Can Use Me.” This heart-felt anthem is stirring up a movement of renewed abandon to the cause of Christ

#2 James Fortune & Fiya “I Believe”- James Fortune is a family man that recognizes his success is only as comparable to his obedience and yielding to God’s will. He invites you to transform your life and remain committed to your God given journey.

# 1 Vashawn Mitchell “Nobody Greater”- On his sophomore effort on Tyscot, Promises, he encourages himself while encouraging others.

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