ON BILLBOARD’S CHRISTIAN CHART AND #32 ON TOP 200
Current single “Human” Impacting Radio with a #25 Debut this Week at Christian AC, Representing Highest New Entry and #1 Most Added Song
Nashville, Tenn. (Sept. 2, 2010) – Curb Records recording artist Natalie Grant’s highly-anticipated eighth studio album, Love Revolution, has debuted at #2 on Billboard’s Top Christian Albums Chart and landed at #32 on the Billboard Top 200, making this the best sales week of Grant’s 10-year music career.
“It’s such a pleasure working with a talented artist such as Natalie,” Benson Curb, vice president of sales at Curb Records said.
“ Love Revolution, and the music on this album, is great and it’s not a surprise that this has been her biggest sales week ever.”
Released nationwide on August 24, 2010, Love Revolution features Grant’s recently released single, “Human,” which is currently impacting radio with a #25 debut this week at Christian AC, representing the highest new entry and #1 most added song.
“Human,” was performed live by Grant and American Idol winner Jordin Sparks (who co-wrote the song) on the national television broadcast of the 41st Annual GMA Dove Awards in April of 2010. The song reiterates the album’s theme of change through the powerful tie that binds us all—our humanity.
Described by Grant as the album of her career, Love Revolution represents musical styles as diverse as her own influences—from soaring ballads like “Power of the Cross” and worshipful songs like “Your Great Name”, to the R&B/funk vibe heard in songs like “Beauty Mark” and “Someday Our King Will Come.” With Grant’s husband, Bernie Herms, at the helm of production, Love Revolution is a cohesive project that speaks to the hearts of listeners, motivating them to be the change that they want to see in their world, challenging each of us to start a love revolution.