Louisiana-based new artist, Titus Showers, debuts at No.1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Album Sales chart with his solo debut album “WHO?” (A&P/United Alliance Music Group/Sony/Orchard). Additionally, Titus debuted at No.4 on Billboard’s Combined Top Christian/Gospel Album Sales chart, No. 9 on Top Independent Albums Sales chart, No. 18 on the Emerging Artists chart and No. 40 on the All-Genre Top Album Sales chart.
The former lead singer and member of two-time Stellar Award nominated chart-topping sibling group, The Showers, made his debut on the Billboard chart this week displacing Kirk Franklin’s “The Essential Kirk Franklin” album.
Written by Titus Showers and produced by Lucius B. Hoskins, the album includes the uplifting lead radio single and Billboard Top 10 Gospel Digital Song Sales charting digital track “In His Name.” The seven other heartfelt songs include “Make It,” “It’s Gonna Be Alright,” and a throwback Delta Blues meets old ragtime hymnal “Amen.” Titus revisits three previous recordings – a remix version of the Billboard Top 15 radio hit, “Better” featuring Canton Jones, the Billboard Top 25 praise anthem, “Immediately” – both written and produced by Deon Kipping and “Love” featuring Keyondra Lockett.
About Titus Showers
Titus Showers gained national notoriety in 2011 as the lead singer of multiple Stellar Award nominated, chart-topping seven-member sibling group, The Showers. As leader and member, he recorded and wrote on two albums – The Showers Family Group (2015) and The Journey (2017) – on their family-owned record label, A&P Records. Both projects earned 2016 and 2018 Stellar Award nominations. In February 2019, he released his debut radio single, “In His Name”, to Gospel radio and debuted at #7 on Billboard Digital Gospel Song Sales chart in April 2019. His debut solo album, “WHO?” was released on May 10, 2019. To-date, he’s made high-profile appearances at The Essence Festival, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel Show, CBN News, The 700 Club, and local affiliate news stations, to name a few.