Hezekiah Walker’s “Every Praise” Earns NO. 1 Gospel Song of 2010s Decade


Grammy Award winner Bishop Hezekiah Walker has bagged a major recognition for his mega-hit  “Every Praise,” which reigns as the NO. 1 Gospel Song for the 2010s on Billboard’s decade-end chart.

According to Billboard;

“Every Praise” became Walker’s second of three Hot Gospel Songs leaders to date, topping the tally for 26 weeks beginning in August 2013. Overall, it spent 102 weeks on the survey, its longevity on the list helping spark its No. 1 ranking for the decade.

See Billboard’s TOP 5 (Decade-end Chart):

• Every Praise – Hezekiah Walker
• Won’t He Do It – Koryn Hawthorne
• You Deserve It – J. J. Hairston and Youthful Praise
• Take Me To The King – Tamala Mann
• Wanna Be Happy by Kirk Franklin

His effort on “Every Praise” and “Grateful” has also been recognized by the Recording Industry Association of America Certification (RIAA) who honored him with two gold plaques commemorating 500,000 plus streams and sales on the hit songs.


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SON

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