Reckless Love” from Cory Asbury has quickly climbed atop the Mediabase Christian Audience Chart as one of the fastest growing songs taking the top spot in only seven weeks. The single, which is found on his chart-topping album bearing the same name, marks Asbury’s first No. 1 at radio. “Reckless Love” also topped Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs Chart and is currently No. 2 on the Christian Airplay Chart.
Radio stations around the country are reacting to the fast moving song… “We saw the song ‘Reckless Love’ burning up social media before any radio station ever played it. Instagram and Twitter were full of passionate comments from people who were connecting to the song in the church and through streaming. It was a pretty easy decision for us to add the song early and fun to watch it’s rise in our weekly research.” - Troy West, KSBJ (Houston) “’Reckless Love’ was a no-brainer add for us from the moment we heard it. It’s a song that oozes God chasing after you. What a reminder to give listeners who are hopeless, broken and in need of encouragement.” - Todd Stach, WAY-FM Network
Asbury will join other members of the Bethel Music collective for select dates of April’s Outcry Tour uniting with Elevation Worship, Mosaic MSC, Vertical Worship and Christine Caine. Outcry Tour will visit Oklahoma City, Houston, Detroit, Orlando, Atlanta, Nashville and more. To experience Bethel Music on tour, stay tuned to Bethel Music Online. To experience Reckless Love, click here.
About Cory Asbury: Asbury joined Bethel Music three years ago and was featured on the collective’s Have it All album. His previous solo releases include worship anthems such as “Where I Belong,” “So Good to Me,” “Always Faithful” and “Jesus, Let Me See Your Eyes.” In January of 2018, Asbury released Reckless Love which topped the Billboard Top Christian Albums Chart. The title track also hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs Chart and the Mediabase Christian Audience Chart, while continuing to make an impact at radio. Asbury serves as the Worship Pastor at the Radiant Church in Michigan where he and his wife Anna have a family of three.