Jonathan McReynolds & Marvin Winans’ ‘Able’ Tops Gospel Airplay Chart

Jonathan McReynolds collects his sixth total and consecutive No. 1 on Billboard’s Gospel Airplay chart (dated April 6) with “Able,” featuring Marvin Winans, who adds his third leader.

During the March 22-28 tracking week, the song drew airplay on 34 stations that report to Gospel Airplay, tying for the most among all titles on the tally, according to Luminate. The 34-year-old McReynolds, from Chicago, co-authored “Able” with Winans, Major Johnson Finley and Dee Wilson.

“At this point I’m surprised when God does not surprise me,” McReynolds tells Billboard. “This is another chapter of my own hard work and His favor giving me something else to thank Him for.”

As McReynolds extends his streak to six straight Gospel Airplay chart-toppers, he ties Todd Dulaney for the longest run of No. 1s since the chart began in 2005. McReynolds’ prior five No. 1s: “Your World,” for five frames beginning in December 2022; “Grace,” for a week in August 2021; “Movin’ On,” with Mali Music, for one frame in October 2020; “Make Room,” for one week in December 2019; and “Not Lucky, I’m Loved,” for a week in September 2018.

Dulaney rang up his sixth uninterrupted Gospel Airplay leader (and seventh overall) last November with his most recent entry, “It’s Working” (with Bishop Hezekiah Walker), which dominated for two weeks.

Recording artist and pastor Winans, originally from Detroit, and a veteran of Billboard’s charts for over 30 years, last led Gospel Airplay as featured on husband-and-wife duo Juan & Lisa Winans’ “It Belongs to Me,” for a week in November 2020. (Marvin Winans is Juan’s uncle.) He first reigned, for four weeks in April-May 2012, as featured on Andraé Crouch’s “Let the Church Say Amen.”

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