The Group Fire Scores Second No. 1 on Gospel Airplay Chart

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“It lets us know that we serve an amazing God who answers prayers,” the group’s Terelle Cooper says.

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The Group Fire lands its second No. 1 on Billboard’s Gospel Airplay chart as “Fix It” rises to the top of the survey dated Feb. 19. In the tracking week ending Feb. 13, the single increased by 12% in plays, according to MRC Data.

“Fix It” follows “More Than Friends,” which led the list for a week in January 2021.

The quintet, which hails from Newark, N.J., comprises two sets of brothers: Justin, Juwan and Terelle Cooper, and Al-Shamir and Tajohn Hill.

“It’s unbelievable. Having two consecutive No. 1 records is a dream come true,” says Terelle Cooper. “It lets us know that we serve an amazing God who answers prayers.”

The act was a foursome before Justin Cooper joined the group as a singer last July. (Previously, he played drums behind the vocalists for five years.)

Keeping it all in the family even more, “Fix It” was written by Steve Cooper, the father of Justin, Juwan and Terelle.

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