As of April 2015, the most popular gospel songs on the Billboard charts include For Your Glory by Tasha Cobbs, Fill Me Up by Casey J and I Am by Jason Nelson. Amazing by Ricky Dillard & New G, and I Will Trust by Fred Hammond also feature.
The number one gospel song in the Billboard charts, as of the week of April 11, 2015, is For Your Glory by Tasha Cobbs. This popular song has been on the gospel charts for 50 consecutive weeks, and was the number one gospel song for some of those.
The second most popular gospel song is Fill Me Up by Casey J. Fill Me Up has been on the gospel charts for 25 consecutive weeks, and has also received the number one position in previous weeks. Rounding out the top three most popular gospel songs, I Am by Jason Nelson has the third spot, according to billboard.com. This gospel song has been on the gospel charts for 24 weeks, and has a peak position of number 3.
The most popular songs on the Billboard gospel charts are ranked using radio airplay audience and sales data measured by Nielsen Music. Streaming activity data from various online music sources also helps Billboard create the most popular gospel songs list.