Blessing Offor Sets Mark As Capitol CMG Most Streamed Debut Album

Blessing Offor Sets Mark As Capitol CMG Most Streamed Debut Album

No. 1 singer/multi-instrumentalist Blessing Offor has had quite a week since the release of his debut full-length My Tribe – available everywhere now. My Tribe is officially the BIGGEST STREAM DEBUT from a solo male artist at Capitol CMG, sitting at nearly 4 MILLION streams and powering an appearance on the cover of Apple’s New Music Daily playlist. The album – which Billboard calls “a testament to his own hard-fought journey” – currently ranks in the Top 20 on three Billboard charts – Christian/Gospel Albums, Top 200 Christian/Gospel Albums, and Current Digital Albums charts. Blessing appears to be “Rollin” together, surpassing 1 MILLION monthly listeners on Spotify, and continually proving that he is an artist not to be missed. Stream My Tribe at the link HERE.

Since the release of his debut EP Brighter Days, Blessing has been named both an Amazon Breakthrough Artist of 2023 and Pandora Artist to Watch in 2023. He has quickly established himself as an artist’s artist, an authentic songwriter and virtuoso musician. His EP’s title track shot up the charts, a bonafide hit that hit #2 on the Billboard Christian Airplay charts and stayed there for 7 weeks. With its success, Kelly Clarkson even took a turn and offered a spot on her show – his national television debut. This was quickly followed by his first radio no. 1 – “The Goodness” (TobyMac feat. Blessing Offor). The confluence of musical styles and lyrical content in his repertoire has created a first-rate gumbo dubbed, “the genre of humanity,” as Blessing explores themes of humanity and connection on his debut album My Tribe, out now.

See Blessing Offor on tour with Zach Williams on the dates below:

March 3 – Knoxville Civic Auditorium – Knoxville, TN

March 4 – Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium – Spartanburg, SC

March 8 – Thalia Mara Hall – Jackson, MS

March 9 – Jack Howard Theatre- Monroe, LA

March 11 – Savannah Civic Center – Savannah, GA

March 14 – Uptown Theater – Kansas City, MO

March 15 – The Orpheum Theater Memphis – Memphis, TN

March 18 – Majestic Theater – San Antonio, TX

March 22 – Kiva Auditorium at the Albuquerque Convention Center – Albuquerque, NM

March 24 – Oxnard Performing Arts & Convention Center – Oxnard, CA

March 25 – Warnors Theater – Fresno, CA

March 27 – City National Grove of Anaheim – Anaheim, CA

March 31 – Reno Events Center – Reno, NV

April 1st – Moda Center – Portland, OR

April 13 – Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox – Spokane, WA

April 14 – Paramount Theater – Seattle, WA

April 15 – Toyota Center – Kennewick, WA

April 18 – Idaho Falls Civic Center for the Performing Arts – Idaho Falls, ID

April 21 – Orpheum Theater – Wichita, KS

April 26 – Embassy Theater – Fort Wayne, IN

April 27 – Hobart Arena – Troy, OH

April 28 – Adler Theater – Davenport, IA

May 5 – Atlanta Symphony Hall – Atlanta, GA

May 6 – Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts – Greensboro, NC

May 9 – Juanita K. Hammons Hall – Springfield, MO

May 10 – Stifel Theater – St. Louis, Mo

May 12 – Old National Center – Indianapolis, IN

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