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Nigeria’s Sinach becomes first African to top Billboard USA Christian songwriters chart

Gospel singer and songwriter, Osinachi Joseph a.k.a Sinach has become the first African to top the Billboard USA Christian songwriters chart.

Sinach, is a senior worship leader at Loveworld Ministries (Christ Embassy) and is known for hit songs including `Way Maker,’ `He Did it Again,’ `I know who I Am,’ among others.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Billboard USA is the music industry standard record chart for songs published weekly by Billboard magazine.

The chart rankings are based on sales (both online and physical), radio play and online streaming.

According to Sinach, she’s been number one on the chart for seven weeks.

Expressing her gratitude to God, she said that she is the first black person and first African to achieve such feat.

Other songwriters on the list are Jason Ingram, Matthew West, Lauren Daigle, Chris Brown, Steven Furtick, Jeff Pardo, Paul Mabury, Hank Bentley and Ethan Hulse.

In 2017, Sinach was inducted into the Bethlehem Hall of Fame alongside Dwayne Johnson, Pope Benedict XVI and a host of other internationally recognized celebrities.

She is married and blessed with a daughter. (NAN)

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