She's 'Still Rolling': Lauren Daigle Notches Latest Hot Christian Songs Top 10

Lauren Daigle
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Lauren Daigle performs the national anthem prior to the College Football Playoff National Championship game between the Clemson Tigers and the LSU Tigers at Mercedes Benz Superdome on Jan. 13, 2020 in New Orleans.

Plus, Jonathan McReynolds' "People" blasts in at No. 2 on Top Gospel Albums.

Lauren Daigle banks her 13th top 10 on Billboard's streaming-, airplay- and sales-powered Hot Christian Songs chart, as "Still Rolling Stones" skips 12-10 on the May 9-dated survey.

"Stones" rises 16-12 on Christian Airplay, up 15% to 6 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It also drew 985,000 U.S. streams and sold 1,000 downloads in the tracking week.

Now with 13 Hot Christian Songs top 10s, Daigle passes Mandisa (12) for the most among women. Among all artists, Casting Crowns, MercyMe and Chris Tomlin share first place with 27 top 10s each, dating to the chart's 2003 launch.

Meanwhile, Daigle's multi-genre hit "You Say" stretches its record run at No. 1 on Hot Christian Songs to 85 weeks. The song, which first led in July 2018 (becoming her fourth No. 1), extends its lease in the penthouse with 4.5 million streams (up 6%), as it tops Christian Streaming Songs for a 79th week. "You Say" also garnered 13.7 million in airplay audience and sold 2,000 in the tracking week (down 4%).

The track ruled Christian Airplay for 17 weeks starting in September 2018 and crossed over for a two-week command on Adult Contemporary

(In addition to Daigle's latest hit, it's a good week on the charts for The Rolling Stones themselves.)

Meanwhile, on Top Gospel Albums, Jonathan McReynolds' EP People arrives at No. 2 with 3,000 equivalent album units. He has also released videos for all eight songs on the set.

People marks McReynolds fifth Top Gospel Albums top 10, a sum that includes two No. 1s: Life Music: Stage Two, which earned his biggest week to date when it started at the pinnacle in October 2015 with 10,000 units, and Make Room, which bowed in March 2018. He has also earned two No. 3-peaking sets: first entry Life Music, in October 2012, and EP Sessions, in July 2016.

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