Plus, Joshua Rogers’ first Gospel Airplay high 10.
Tasha Cobbs Leonard notches her 10th high 10 on Billboard's streaming-, airplay- and sales-powered Hot Gospel Songs chart, as "You Know My Name (Live)" flies 11-Three on the Feb. 16-dated listing.
The tune turns into her third No. 1 on the Gospel Streaming Songs chart (1.2 million U.S. streams, in keeping with Nielsen Music), following "Your Spirit" (13 weeks on high in 2018) and "Break Every Chain" (three, 2015).
The authentic studio model of "Name," that includes Jim Cravity, reached No. eight on Hot Gospel Songs final June. Along with the studio take's presence, the dwell model is benefitting from additional publicity after syndicated gospel program The Willie Moore Jr. Show lately featured it when it received a social media tune contest.
Artist/pastor Cobbs Leonard ties James Fortune & FIYA for the third-most Hot Gospel Song high 10s, courting to the chart's 2005 inception. Kirk Franklin leads with 13, adopted by Marvin Sapp (11).
Joining "Name" at No. Three on Hot Gospel Songs, Cobbs Leonard's "This Is a Move" ranks at No. 5. She is the primary feminine artist to carry a number of positions within the high 5 since Tori Kelly claimed three on Sept. 29, 2018 (matching Lecrae for the weekly document) and scores her second twofer, after "For Your Glory" (No. 1) and "Jesus Saves" (No. Three) on May 16, 2015. She is one in all seven artists total to double up within the high 5 concurrently and one in all three ladies; Tamela Mann tallied six such weeks in 2017.
On Gospel Airplay, Joshua Rogers earns his first high 10 as "Pour Your Oil" rises 11-9. His second chart entry follows 2013's No. 19-peaking "So Good."