Jonathan McReynolds Notches First No. 1 On Gospel Airplay Chart

Jonathan McReynolds Notches First No. 1 On Gospel Airplay Chart


Also, high 10 motion for Zacardi Cortez.

Chicago-based singer-songwriter Jonathan McReynolds notches his first No. 1 on Streets Talkin's Gospel Airplay chart (dated Sept. 22), as "Not Lucky, I Am Loved" ascends Three-1 in its 41st week on the tally.

The 28-year-old McReynolds completes the third-longest journey to No. 1 within the historical past of the chart, which launched in March 2005. The file belongs to Donnie McClurkin, whose "I Need You" reached the highest in its 46th week in April 2017. It handed Charles Jenkins & Fellowship Chicago's "# War," which reached the summit in its 45th body in 2015.

With "Lucky," which McReynolds co-authored, he reigns ultimately in his fifth Gospel Airplay look. He's earned one prior high 10: "Gotta Have You," which reached No. 5 in 2015. He first charted with the No. 16-peaking "I Love You" in 2012.

On the airplay, streaming and sales-based Hot Gospel Songs chart, "Lucky" bumps 6-5, following its No. four peak to this point on the June 16-dated chart.

Plus, Zacardi Cortez banks his fifth high 10 on Hot Gospel Songs, as "Oh How I Love You" pushes 11-10. It claims Greatest Gainer honors on Gospel Airplay, the place it lifts 7-6 with a 16 % increase in weekly performs.