New Single From Jonathan McReynolds Hits Top 30
Entertainment One Nashville celebrates a 50th NAACP Image Award nomination for Jonathan McReynolds, whose Billboard #1 album “Make Room” received a nomination for “Outstanding Gospel Album.” The nominees for the 50th NAACP Image Awards were exclusively announced at the Television Critics Association’s (TCA) TV One joint press conference with Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP and Alfred Liggins, Chairman and CEO of TV One. The winners will be revealed during the Two-Hour LIVE TV special airing on TV One on Saturday, March 30, 2019.
Dove Award-winning, GRAMMY® and Stellar award-nominated gospel artist Jonathan McReynolds’ current album “Make Room” debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Current Gospel Albums Chart and #2 on Top Christian/Gospel Albums. It broke into the mainstream charts at #27 on Top Current Albums and #97 on the Hot 200. The live LP is his third full album and the fourth overall release for the 28-year-old musician. The album “Make Room” was previously nominated for a GRAMMY ® Award earlier this year. “Make Room’s” lead single “Not Lucky, I’m Loved,” reached #1 on the current Billboard Gospel Radio Airplay chart earlier this year. The albums current single, “Make Room,” enters the top 30 on the Billboard Gospel Airplay charts this week.
As a brand new author, McReynolds’ first book, “Make Room: Finding Where Faith Fits,” draws on testimonies in scripture and from personal experiences to invite readers to make room for God in every area of life. McReynolds emphasizes that readers make room for God in public and private, mentally and spiritually in order to experience the fullness that can come only through an authentic relationship with God. “Make Room: Finding Where Faith Fits” is available now on Amazon.com.