About Lauren Daigle
A whirlwind three-year journey brought two-time GRAMMY® Award Winner songstress Lauren Daigle right back to her native Louisiana in 2017. Jumpstarted by her platinum-certified 2015 full-length debut How Can It Be, the road twisted and turned at light speed.
Hitting the studio with frequent collaborators Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury behind the board, she commenced work on what would become her second full-length album, Look Up Child. The first single “You Say” underwent serious road testing and emerged as a fan favorite and later earned a double-platinum certification. Its sweeping orchestration resounds in tandem with her expansive delivery. Meanwhile, that voice reaches jaw-dropping heights backed by a choir. In the end, Lauren went home and made her definitive album to date by giving every inch of who she is to each moment.
Along the way, she gathered an American Music Awards nomination, three Billboard Music Awards, ten Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, earned gold certifications for three singles, and a platinum certification for her sophomore album Look Up Child. Additionally, she sold out headline tours, contributed an original composition to the critically acclaimed Blade Runner: 2049 soundtrack and touring relentlessly.