The Clark Sisters have new reason to sing “what the devil meant for evil, God turned it around for my good” (as proclaimed in their #1 hit ‘Blessed & Highly Favored’).
Just a day after talk show queen Wendy Williams was slammed to the high heavens for suggesting the quartet “step up their game” for not having a #1 single on the gospel charts (which is untrue as they have multiple toppers on the tally), the legendary ladies learn their last album – 2007’s ‘Live One Last Time’ – has topped sales tallies one more time.
As of time reported, their last live album (which celebrated its 11th birthday this month), shot to #2 on the overall Christian and Gospel iTunes tally (#1 on the Gospel alone sales chart).
Besting sales of current albums, the shift upward could undoubtedly help the project re-enter the Billboard Gospel Albums chart top 10 next week. Thanks to the buzz generated from Williams (and the backlash that ensued) she could very well have helped them get the #1 entry she thought they never had.