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HOSANNAS FOR DAIGLE

Nashville’s airport has been extra busy for the last few weeks with traffic from NYC and LAX, as label heavies swarm free agent Lauren Daigle and manager Leigh Holt of Redjett on the heels of the artist and her albums becoming available. Word is the singer/songwriter can take both her prior albums with her after giving the label, Centricity, notice of a new deal.

One can only imagine how many millions the deal is worth, considering that her prior album, 2015’s How Can It Be, has done about 1.2m in total activity RTD, and the smash Look Up Child, which has moved around 205k since bowing at #3 a few weeks ago, keeps selling briskly and has earned rapturous acclaim. Numbers of 4 and 5 million are routinely thrown around for artists who have barely sold 5% of what Daigle’s already done. She’s twice been nominated for Grammys in Christian Music categories.

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