Kanye West has done it again. West introduced his new Christian-based album, Jesus Is King, last week and now, every single song on the album has debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100!
First of all, the album itself debuted at number one on October 25. He also broke his own record by earning his biggest streaming week, as well as topping both the Christian and the Gospel charts.
But each song also debuted as top hits.
His song, “Follow God,” debuted the highest on the chart, hitting at No. 7. It was closely followed by “Closed On Sunday,” West’s anthem about Chick-fil-A and family values, which hit at No. 17.
The songs “Selah” and “On God” came in at 19 and 23, while “God Is” and “Use This Gospel,” featuring Clipse and Kenny G, figured in at Nos. 36 and 37.
Fox News added:
Making their first appearance on the Hot 100 are Ant Clemons, who is featured on “Everything We Need” with Ty Dolla Sign at No. 33, and “Water” at No. 50, Fred Hammond, who is featured in “Hands On” at No. 59, and the Sunday Service Choir, who is featured on the first track of the album, “Every Hour” at No. 44.
The last song on the album, “Jesus Is Lord,” debuted at 62, giving the album a clean sweep in the top 100.
The amazing feat comes after West said that he has made a transformation into a practicing Christian who will no longer trade in the vulgarity of common rap music tropes.
He also announced that he will put out another religious album on Christmas Day this year to be entitled “Jesus is Born.”
“Music is my job,” West said. “That’s why I’m putting out the album. Serving God in everything that I can do is my job. That’s why I’m here. That’s why I’m on the planet is to be in service and in fear, love, and service to God.”
So, despite the left’s attempts to destroy him, Kanye West has once again achieved massive success.
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