Joshua Rogers “Pour Your Oil” Cracks Billboard Gospel Airplay Top 20 – Details Here!

August 25, 2018
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Chart-topping vocalist and Season 5 winner of BET’s Sunday Best competition Joshua Rogers celebrates another Top 20 radio single, “Pour Your Oil,” which continues to gain traction weekly at Gospel radio.

Produced by 2016 BMI Songwriter of the Year recipient Lucius B. Hoskins (Shirley Caeser, Cheryl Fortune), “Pour Your Oil” marks the Greeleyville, South Carolina native’s second-career Top 20 single and is on track to surpass his current highest charting radio single to-date, 2013’s “So Good” (No. 19 peak).

As Rogers,24, prepares to release his most personal and career defining project on his new record label home, Mixed Bag Music, he continues to showcase his multi-dimensional vocal ability across the country with promotional appearances. “Pour Your Oil” is available now for purchasing and streaming on all digital platforms.

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