Crowder’s ‘In the House’ Goes No. 1 on Hot Christian Songs – Billboard

Crowder, aka singer-songwriter David Crowder, banks his second No. 1 on Billboard‘s streaming-, airplay- and sales-powered Hot Christian Songs chart as “In the House” tops the March 12-dated ranking.

Crowder first led Hot Christian Songs with “Good God Almighty” for five weeks starting last April. On Christian Airplay, “In the House” dominates for a third week, up 2% to 10.3 million audience impressions, according to MRC Data. It also drew 1.4 million U.S. streams in the tracking week.

Crowder co-wrote the single with Ben Glover and Jeff Sojka. The song is from Crowder’s album Milk and Honey, which arrived at No. 1 on Top Christian Albums last June, becoming his third leader.

Crowder has posted 20 Hot Christian Songs entries, including eight top 10s. His first charted title, “I Am,” reached No. 3 in December 2013.

NEW ‘NAME’ IN TOP 10 Katy Nichole notches her first Hot Christian Songs top 10 as her freshman single “In Jesus Name (God of Possible)” blasts 12-3. The track surged by 51% to 1.7 million U.S. streams in the week ending March 3 and debuts at No. 11 on Christian Streaming Songs. (Its official video subsequently premiered March 4.)

The song – which Nichole wrote with Ethan Hulse and Jeff Pardo – sold 3,900 downloads and tops Christian Digital Songs for a fourth week. On Christian Airplay, it lifts 15-12 for a new high, up 16% to 5.9 million impressions.

The 21-year-old from Mesa, Ariz., has built buzz on social media and boasts over 370,000 followers on TikTok. Signed to Centricity, she is working on her debut LP.

Source: Billboard

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