Song Of The Year

Let’s Do It Again

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#3 Mediabase Audience

#4 Mediabase AC

#3 Billboard/BDS AIRPLAY

#2 Billboard/BDS AC MOnitored

TroyResearch numbers…
#4 overall with a score of 4.12 (95% familiar).
F25-34 = 4.19
F35-44 = 4.10
F45-54 = 4.09

82 AC stations on…new at WFSH/Atlanta, WFFH/Nashville, KCBI/Dallas, KKFS/Sacramento, KVNE/Tyler, KJNW/Kansas City, KTSY/Boise, KLTY/Dallas, KFSH/LA, WGTS/Washington DC, KLJY/St. Louis, WAKW/Cincinnati, WCVO/Columbus, Christian FM, WAFJ/Augusta, WPAR/Roanoke, WCQR/Johnson City, WGNV/Green Bay and KVMV/McAllen.

56+ million streams across all platforms. Elevation has a TOP 5 streaming audience on Spotify every week this song is adding 800,000+ streams to it's count. There are 2+ million streams every week right now on the song across all streaming platforms.

Planning Center #5 overall(35,000+ churches weekly data)

CCLI SongSelect - #5 overall (70,000+ worship leaders subscribed)

Nielsen Consumption (Top 200 Christian Songs):
1. Reckless Love - 16,508
2. So Will I (100 Billion X) - 10,620
3. Do It Again - 10,403
4. What A Beautiful Name - 8,774
5. Grace Got You - 7,491
6. joy. - 7,462
7. I Just Need U - 7,427
8. Even If - 6,923
9. Fear Is A Liar - 6,773
10. Who You Say I Am - 6,290
 

In 2017, Elevation Worship became the 5th highest selling and streaming act in all of Christian music on the back of significant airplay at radio for the song "O Come To The Altar" which spent 48 weeks on Billboard's Christian Airplay chart (15 weeks in the TOP 5) and spent 38 weeks on Billboard's AC Monitored chart (26 weeks in the TOP 10). It was one of the most-played songs in all of 2017 at Christian radio. "O Come To The Altar" was just certified GOLD by RIAA!
 

"Do It Again" is the latest from Elevation Worshipand it's poised to repeat the success of "O Come To The Altar" for you at radio.

Relates Elevation Worship’s Chris Brown...

"This song is a testimony of God’s faithfulness. I believe our testimony is one of the most powerful tools we have as followers of Jesus. You know, it’s looking back and remembering how God came through for you, how He provided for you that time when you didn’t know how you were gonna pay that month’s rent, or how He was with you when you walked through the loss of that relationship. This song has been a reminder for me that even when I felt like giving up…felt like quitting…I remember this, that God is FOR ME, and God is WITH ME. The Scripture says in Lamentations 3:22-23“Because of the Lord’s great love, we are not consumed for His compassions never fail. They are new every morning! Great is Your faithfulness.” “Do It Again” is a personal declaration that come what may, my confidence remains in the faithfulness of God and in the promises He has made me.”

 

KEY STATS for "Do It Again":

Top 5 in Christian music on Nielsen's weekly consumption chart (streams + sales)

#5 on Planning Center

#5 on CCLI's SongSelect chart

56+ MILLION streams across all platforms

 

Lauren Daigle – 3 Dove Awards and #1 Single

FROM CENTRICITY MUSIC:

Daigle performs at 46th Annual Dove Awards Photo Credit: Jamie Gilliam

Daigle performs at 46th Annual Dove Awards
Photo Credit: Jamie Gilliam

 

Nashville, Tenn. (October 14, 2015) —- It was an incredible evening for Centricity Music artist Lauren Daigle at the taping of the 46th Annual Dove Awards that will air on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Sunday, October 18, 9:00 pm CST. The talented singer/songwriter won three prestigious awards including New Artist of the YearSong of the Year (“How Can It Be”) and Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year (“How Can It Be”). The triple win also earned Daigle the honor of being one of the top award winners at last night’s show. This is a remarkable achievement considering that Daigle’s debut album, How Can It Be, released April 2015.

Daigle was also a sought after interview on the Dove Awards red carpet that included interviews with WKRN-TV/ABC (live feed), WTVF-TV/CBS, RFD-TV, Juce TV, Salem Music Network and CCM Magazine, which will feature Daigle as the cover artist on the November 1st issue.

“What a night! I’m completely in awe of how graciously the industry welcomed me,” says Daigle.  “Many people find themselves in a lifelong search for just one person to believe in them and in their art. Last night was a clear representation of an industry that is championing me on. I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to represent a God full of mercy and love that He would not only allow us the ability to create, but also to be rewarded for obedience. Thank you to everyone who played a part in believing in ‘How Can It Be’ and the heart behind the music.”

Daigle with her three Dove Awards for New Artist of the Year, Song of the Year and Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year – Photo Credit: Getty Images

Daigle with her three Dove Awards for New Artist of the Year, Song of the Year and Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year – Photo Credit: Getty Images

Daigle had another major career achievement this week, as her second single, “First,” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s National Christian Audience Chart (NCA). This is the first NCA No. 1 song for Daigle and the first chart-topping single for her label, Centricity Music. Lauren’s debut single, “How Can It Be” peaked at No. 6 on the NCA chart in March 2015. Daigle also has become a video favorite with her reaching 27 million views on You Tube.

“What a special week in the continuing journey for Lauren Daigle. To land her first No.1 single was a huge achievement for her and the radio team. To have the radio community embrace Lauren with open arms is so rewarding.” states Steve Ford, General Manager, Centricity Music. “Then to have the Christian music community do the same with three Dove Awards is beyond overwhelming.”

Daigle currently is on tour with Casting Crowns Thrive Tour that will run through November, followed by the Chris Tomlin ADORE Christmas Tour in December.  For continued updates on Daigle please visit www.laurendaigle.comwww.facebook.com/laurendaiglemusic,  www.twitter.com/lauren_daigle.