Stellar Awards

Source: HABAKKUK MUSIC / HABAKKUK MUSIC

Habakkuk Music and Central City Productions announces the track listing for its forthcoming compilation album celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Stellar Gospel Music Awards. The highly anticipated collection “Stellar Awards 30th Anniversary 1985-2015”releases March 31, 2015.

“These are just a few of the gospel songs and artists that have not only made an impact in gospel music but within the music industry at large,  It was extremely difficult to narrow the list down but we feel this is a great introduction to the music that’s been celebrated at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards from the contemporary sounds of Kirk Franklin to the old school sound of Shirley Caesar.”” says April Chandler, President of Habakkuk Music.Best Artist: Kirk Frankin – Stomp

Here are the picks:

Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Chart: #1 (1997)Best Choir: Hezekiah Walker & Love Fellowship – Souled Out

 Billboard Hot Gospel Songs Chart: #1 (2009) Best Contemporary Group – Mary Mary – Yesterday

Billboard Adult R&B Chart: #9 (2004) Bets Urban Single – The Clark Sisters – You Brought The Sunshine

Billboard R&B Singles Chart: #16 (1983) Best Contemporary Female Performance – Yolanda Adams – Open My Heart

Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Chart: #8 (2000) Best Group/Duo: Fred Hammond & RFC – When The Spirit Of The Lord

Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: #2 (1996) Best Praise & Worship: Shekinah Glory – Praise Is What I Do

Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: #5 (2002) Best Contemporary Male Vocalist: Marvin Sapp – One Thing

Billboard Gospel Albums Chart: #6 (2003) Best Contemporary Duo: Bebe & Cece Winans – Heaven

Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Chart: #12 (1988) Best Traditional Female Vocalist: Shirley Caesar -You’re Next In Line For A Miracle

Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: #5 (1997) Best Traditional Choir: Ricky Dillard & New G – God Is Great

Billboard Hot Gospel Songs Chart: #10 (2011) Best Female Vocalist: Tramaine Hawkins – Changed

Billboard Spiritual Albums Chart: #1 (1975) Rev. James Cleveland Tribute: Walter Hawkins – What Is This?

Billboard Spiritual Albums Chart: 1980 Thomas Dorsey Tribute: Andrae’ Crouch – We Are Not Ashamed

Best Traditional Male Vocalist – Rance Allen  – You That I Trust

Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: #17 (2011)

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High Notes: Gospel Charts And Stellar Awards Surprise  was originally published on elev8.hellobeautiful.com

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