February 29, 2024

Lauren Daigle’s Single “You Say” No. 1 for 101 Weeks

Lauren Daigle

Now entering its 101st week on Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs music chart, Lauren Daigle’s “You Say” is holding strong as the number one Christian single in America.

“Simply amazed that ‘You Say’ has spent 100 weeks on @billboard’s Hot Christian Songs chart! Thank you ALL!!” Daigle posted on Instagram last week.

After becoming the biggest Christian song of 2018, and the second-biggest Christian song of the 2010s, “You Say” was released to mainstream radio in 2019 where it reached the Adult Top 40, Adult Contemporary and Mainstream Top 40 charts.

In January 2019, Daigle tied Carrie Underwood for the record on Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs music chart after spending 60 weeks in the number one position. Now at 101 weeks in the top spot, Daigle’s record should stand for some time.

Released on July 13, 2018, “You Say” is the lead single for Daigle’s third studio album, Look Up Child, for which she won two 2019 Grammy Awards. “You Say” won Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song and Look Up Child won Best Contemporary Music Album.

Daigle, who celebrated her 29th birthday on September 9, is an American contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter. In addition to two Grammy Awards, she has won seven GMA Dove Awards, five Billboard Music Awards and two American Music Awards.

On September 1, Daigle announced she would be headlining two live drive-up concerts in Rogersville, MO and Hutchinson, KS. The Autumn Nights shows will be held in fields and attendees will arrive in their vehicles where they can enjoy the show in their car or bring lawn chairs or blankets and sit in their oversized parking spot.

Robyn Roste

Robyn Roste is a professional writer with blogging, marketing and tourism experience. She also has a bachelor of journalism and diplomas in media and communications and biblical studies.

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