Marvin Sapp’s ‘Never Would Have Made It’ Makes Billboard History

Marvin Sapp

Marvin Sapp

Gospel singer Marvin Sapp has made history on the Billboard charts.  His #1 single ‘Never Would Have Made It’ has been at the top of the Gospel chart for 42 weeks and now it is also #1 on the Urban charts.  This makes it the longest running No. 1 single at radio across all genres in the history of Billboard analysis.  You can read the full story reports that Marvin can be heard on The Tom Joyner Morning Show on Friday, July 25,  2008 at 8:45 AM EST as he gears up for a major tour.

Congratulations to Marvin.  I hope I can see him if he comes to Chicago!  Be sure to check him out when he comes to a stage near you.

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One Comment on “Marvin Sapp’s ‘Never Would Have Made It’ Makes Billboard History”

  1. cornishevangelist Says:

    Do Not Be Surprised
    Do not be surprised when some church leaders do not accept you, for there has always been people who hold high positions in churches who speak evil of men and women of God.

    Many of God’s people over the centuries have come up against people like that. We read in 3 John v 9 & 10, of an elder called Diotrophes, who with foolish and malicious words spoke evil of the Apostles and who would not receive them or their teachings.

    He loved to have pre-eminence among the local church at that time, and if any did not obey him, he would have them thrown out of the church. Have things really changed today?


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