Nashville, Tenn. — You Amaze Us, the critically-acclaimed ninth studio recording from multi-Dove Award winning Curb artist Selah, has spent two weeks at #1 on Nielsen Christian SoundScan’s Inspirational chart since debuting in the top position following its August 19 release. Additionally, the project’s record-breaking title-cut has spent 11 consecutive weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Christian Soft AC chart.
Nominated for a GMA Dove Award for Inspirational Song of the Year, “You Amaze Us” was the only song to debut at #1 on the Christian Soft AC chart since Billboard began archiving the weekly charts in 2006.
Penned by The Afters’ Jordan Mohilowski, along with Matthew Adcox and Douglas Fowler, the song was produced by Mohilowski, Jason Kyle, and Selah’s Todd Smith and Allan Hall.
Featuring 13 selections, You Amaze Us showcases Selah’s trademark mix of classic hymns (“Just As I Am,” “The Old Rugged Cross”) and worship anthems (“More And More of You,” “O The Blood”), among other selections. The album also includes a bonus track, “We Must Not,” an anthem for the persecuted Church, co-penned by Smith and Ed Cash and produced by Cash.
Comprised of Smith, Allan Hall and Amy Perry, Selah has garnered seven Gospel Music Association Dove Awards—including five Inspirational Album of the Year trophies—and eight #1 singles, along with numerous other accolades in their nearly two-decade career. With hits including such signature songs as “You Raise Me Up,” “Wonderful, Merciful Savior” and “Press On,” among others, to date Selah has amassed total sales surpassing four million album and single units combined.
Release Date: October 27, 2017 Reviewer: Jon Ownbey Rating: 4 stars
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