Truly unfortunate, but Christian CHR has always been the more niche format. From a pure monetary perspective, the value might not be there. Billboard has already ended the Soft AC and Christian Rock charts and with CHR’s top song at only .343 impressions compared to AC’s lowest being at .545 this week, I am not hopeful that Billboard will retain CHR long-term, which would be a complete shame. All of these charts have a history going back decades and to see them folded back into an overall Christian chart devalues genre artists.
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