Lauren Daigle is a two-time GRAMMY, seven-time Billboard Music Award and a four-time American Music Award winner. Her platinum debut album, How Can It Be, produced three number one songs, “First,” “O’Lord” and the GRAMMY nominated “Trust in You.” But it was her sophomore release Look Up Child, her second consecutive platinum album, that broke geographic and musical boundaries, revealing Daigle as one of the most impressive vocalists of our time.
Look Up Child, which earned Daigle her second GRAMMY Award, debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Top 200 Album chart. It featured her triple-platinum smash “You Say,” the longest-running No. 1 song to appear on any weekly Billboard chart and marked personal milestones included multiple weeks atop Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart, a Top 5 position on its Hot AC Chart and a Top 20 position on Billboard’s Top 40 Singles Chart. The album also produced the platinum selling single “Rescue,” and gold certified singles “Still Rolling Stones” and “Look Up Child.”
Daigle’s ability to connect with her audiences has been well-documented. It’s helped make her the fastest-selling new artist (of her genre) over the past decade and given her soulful, authentic, vocal power a worldwide audience. She’s amassed a billion worldwide streams and sold-out headline shows on three continents, in countries including Australia, Germany, England, France, Canada The United States.
In 2018, Daigle established the Price Fund, a global foundation dedicated to helping those in need through community initiatives and outreach. The Price Fund has worked with amongst others, the Ellis Marsalis Center, Young Audiences of Louisiana Charter School, Roots of Music, Kid Smart, and The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. In a 2020 partnership with Love Does, the Price Fund announced the construction of a school in the Congo, which will serve more than 300 children in Goma, a conflict zone near the border of Rwanda.