Christian music is genre of recent popular music. It is lyrically focused on Christian faith teachings. It began in 1960s when Jesus movement revival started to express in a more modern style than the Gospel, Southern Gospel music and hymns.
Today the Christian music is typically famous as pop, rock or praise and worship styles.
It has demonstration on numerous music charts like Billboard Christian Albums.
According to Billboard Christian songs chart there are lot of Top Christian songs in their list but we would choose 10 of them which are becoming really popular.
The Top 10 Christian song according to billboard Christian songs chart is
- You Say — Lauren Daigle
- Rescue — Lauren Daigle
- 21 Years — TobyMac
- Burn the Ship — For Kings and Country
- Holy Water — We The Kingdom
- Nobody — Casting Crowns
- Rescue Story — Zac Williams
- Follow God — Kanye West
- The God Who Stays — Matthew West
- Almost Home — MercyMe
In the same way if we discuss about the Google Top Christian songs then we can see a very different list of Top Christian songs.
Like Billboard Top Christian songs where Lauren Daigle’s song is falling in the chart on number 1 but Google is showing very different list.
Google doesn’t show this song even in its Top ten Christian Songs list.
Moment about Lauren Daigle
Lauren Ashley Daigle — born September 9, 1991 — is an American based modern-day Christian music singer-songwriter from Lafayette, Louisiana.
Daigle is signed to the Centricity Music label. The very first full-length album of her, How Can It Be, was released in April 2015 — and went on to attain Platinum Record status.
One of the remarkable achievements of Daigle that she was awarded the New Artist of the Year title at the 2015 — GMA Dove Awards with her single — “How Can It Be” — winning the Song of the Year.
So the next year, she went on to win Dove Awards — for Artist of the Year — Songwriter of the Year, and the Best Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year — with her single “Trust in You.” The album of Daigle, How Can It Be was nominated for a 2016 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album — her single “Trust in You” was nominated for a 2017 Grammy Award — for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song.