Billboard Chartbreaker Katy Nichole's Debut Album, 'Jesus Changed My Life', Releases Feb. 24
Centricity Music’s Billboard Chartbreaker Katy Nichole announces her full-length album debut, Jesus Changed My Life, will release globally Feb. 24 and is available now for pre-add / pre-save / pre-order at digital and streaming outlets globally. The 11-song recording features Nichole’s record-breaking No. 1 single, “In Jesus Name (God of Possible),” top-charting hit, “God Is In This Story,” never-before-released “Please,” which is available for immediate download, the album’s title track that encapsulates the heart of every song on the upcoming album, and more.
One of the most successful breakout artists of 2022, Nichole’s music is connecting with a worldwide audience. Her prayer-song, “In Jesus Name (God of Possible),” became the biggest single this decade on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart, holding 20-weeks at No. 1 followed by three more weeks on top with her second single, “God Is In This Story.” Along with being No. 1 on this chart for 44 percent of 2022, she also topped six Billboard Year in Music, the No. 1s issue radio and sales categories. She further garnered nominations for an American Music Award and a Dove Award (co-hosting and performing on the GMA Dove Awards Pre-Telecast) plus received a K-LOVE Fan Award and made her Grand Ole Opry debut.
Launching into 2023 with this momentum, Nichole wrote the title track of Jesus Changed My Life with GRAMMY Award-winning Jonathan Smith and Dove Award-winning Benji Cowart.
“Jesus is constantly refining my heart,” shares Nichole. “Like a lot of the cries that are in the Psalms, when I find myself in a place of struggle, I turn back to Him. If Jesus could change my life then, He can change my life now.”
In her new song “Please,” written with GRAMMY-nominated songwriter Jeff Pardo, Nichole offers a plea for when circumstances seem insurmountable. “This song came from the deepest part of my soul,” reveals Nichole. “I’m on my last breath and this is all I can get out: ‘God, I need you, I need you now.’ It’s admitting to the fact that I can’t do it on my own.”