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Lecrae discography
Billboard12-crayola-lecrae.jpg
Lecrae (left) and Akon (right) at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards
Studio albums7
Music videos36
EPs1
Singles61
Mixtapes3
Collaborative1
Other appearances76

The discography of Lecrae, an American Christian hip hop artist, consists of seven studio albums, three mixtapes, one EP and a remix EP, sixty-one singles, including thirty-three as a featured performer, thirty-six music videos, including sixteen as a featured performer, and seventy-six guest and other appearances.

Lecrae debuted with Real Talk in 2004 through Reach Records; the album was re-issued the following year by Cross Movement Records. After the Music Stops followed in 2006 and his third solo album, Rebel, was released in 2008 and reached No. 1 on the Gospel chart, the first Christian hip hop album to do so.[1] Rehab, his fourth solo album, was released in 2010 and reached No. 1 on the Gospel, Christian, and Independent charts, and garnered a nomination at the 53rd Grammy Awards.[2] Rehab: The Overdose, was released on January 11, 2011, and peaked at No. 1 on the Christian and Gospel charts. Lecrae began garnering mainstream attention when he performed at the 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher, and was featured on the Statik Selektah song "Live and Let Live" from his Population Control album.[3]

On May 10, 2012, Lecrae released his first mixtape, Church Clothes, hosted by DJ Don Cannon.[4] Considered his breakthrough into mainstream hip hop, the mixtape was downloaded over 100,000 times in less than 48 hours.[5] On September 4, 2012, Lecrae released his sixth studio album, Gravity, which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the Top Rap, Christian, Gospel, and Independent Albums charts.[6] Gravity was also dubbed the most important album in Christian hip hop history.[7][8] Gravity won the Grammy Award for Best Gospel Album at the 2013 Grammy Awards.[9] Anomaly was released September 9, 2014, debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.[10] As of September 2014, he has sold over 1.4 million albums.[11]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[12]
US R&B
[13]
US Gospel
[14]
US Christ
[15]
US Indie
[16]
US Rap
[17]
US Heat
[18]
CAN
[19]
NZ
[20]
NZ Heat
Real Talk
  • Released: May 20, 2004
  • Label: Reach
29
After the Music Stops
  • Released: September 24, 2006
  • Label: Reach
5 17 16
Rebel
  • Released: September 30, 2008
  • Label: Reach
60 1 2 10
Rehab
  • Released: September 28, 2010
  • Label: Reach
17 1 1 1 7 37
Rehab: The Overdose
  • Released: January 11, 2011
  • Label: Reach
15 1 1 5 4
Gravity
  • Released: September 4, 2012
  • Label: Reach
3 1 1 1 1 24 16
Anomaly
  • Released: September 9, 2014
  • Label: Reach
1 1 1 1 1 16 34
All Things Work Together
  • Released: September 22, 2017
  • Label: Reach, Columbia
11 8 1 6 69
Let the Trap Say Amen
(with Zaytoven)[22]
  • Released: June 22, 2018[23]
  • Label: Reach
49 26 1 3 24 10[24]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
Note: Beginning in 2015, Billboard rendered most hip hop/rap albums ineligible for the Gospel charts[25]

EPs[edit]

Year Title Chart positions
US Gospel
[14]
US Christ
[15]
US Rap
[17]
2012 Church Clothes
  • 1st extended play
  • Released: 2012
  • Label: Reach
10 10 75
2012 Gravity: The Remix EP
  • Released: December 17, 2012
  • Remixed by DJ Official & Alex Medina
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Mixtapes[edit]

Year Title Chart positions
US
[12]
US Christ
[15]
US Gospel
[14]
US Rap
[17]
US Indie
[16]
CAN
[26]
2012 Church Clothes
  • First mixtape
  • Released: May 10, 2012
  • Label: Reach/DatPiff.com
2013 Church Clothes 2
  • Second mixtape
  • Released: November 7, 2013
  • Label: Reach/DatPiff.com
21 1 1 3 2
2016 Church Clothes 3
  • Third mixtape
  • Released: January 15, 2016
  • Label: Reach
12 1 1 1 57
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
Note: Beginning in 2015, Billboard rendered most hip hop/rap albums ineligible for the Gospel charts

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Chart positions Certifications Album
US
Christ

[27]
US
Gospel
[28]
US
Christ Digital
[29]
US
Gospel Digital
[30]
US
Bubbling

[31]
US
Digital

[32]
Rhythmic[33] US
Rap

[34]
R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay
[35]
Christian Airplay
[36]
US
Heatseekers

[37]
"Prayin' for You"[38] 2006 After the Music Stops
"Jesus Muzik"
(featuring Trip Lee)[38]
"Beyond Belief"[39] 2007 Non-album single for Camp Kanakuk
"Hands High"[40] 2008
"Go Hard"
(featuring Tedashii)
8 Rebel
"Don't Waste Your Life"
(featuring Cameron Dukes and Dwayne Tryumf)
5
"Catch That Wave"[41] Non-album single for Camp Kanakuk
"1 Life Dream"[42] 2009
"Far Away"[43] 2010 8 1 Charity single
"Amp It Up"
(featuring Tedashii)[44]
Non-album single for Camp Kanakuk
"High"[45]
(featuring Sho Baraka & Suzy Rock)
10 Rehab
"Just Like You"
(featuring J. Paul)[46]
"Children of the Light"
(featuring Sonny Sandoval & Dillavou)[47]
20
"Overdose"[48] 2 Rehab: The Overdose
"Game On"
(featuring PRo, Tedashii & Jai)[49]
2011 Non-album single for Camp Kanakuk
"Hallelujah"[50] 2011 2 1 Rehab: Deluxe Edition
"Battle Song"
(featuring Suzy Rock)
Rehab: The Overdose
"Blow Your High"
(featuring Canon)
"Church Clothes"[51] 2012 Church Clothes
"I Know"[52] 5 1 Gravity
"Tell the World"
(featuring Mali Music)[53]
25 17
"Round of Applause" [54] 2013 45 17 20 4 Church Clothes 2
"I'm Rooted"
(featuring Derek Minor)
Non-album single for KAA/Camp Kanakuk
"I'm Turnt" [55] 19 6 2 Church Clothes 2
"Nuthin" 2014 2 1 1 1 Anomaly
"Fear" 4 2 2 2
"All I Need Is You" 2 1 1 1 23 31
"Say I Won't"
(featuring Andy Mineo)
2 1 1 1 7 37 25 18
"Can't Stop Me Now (Destination)" 2016 34 13 All Things Work Together
"Blessings"
(featuring Ty Dolla Sign)[56]
2017 2 4 25 34 18
"River of Jordan"
(featuring Breyan Isaac)
25 16 The Shack Soundtrack
"I'll Find You"
(featuring Tori Kelly)
1 1 15
[57]
40 7 50 All Things Work Together
"Broke"[59] 17
"Get Back Right"
(with Zaytoven)[60]
2018 18 Let the Trap Say Amen
"Plugged In"
(with Zaytoven)
26
"Coming In Hot"
(with Andy Mineo)[61]
21 Summer Eighteen
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.
Note: Beginning in 2015, Billboard rendered most hip hop songs ineligible to chart on the Gospel charts.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Chart positions Album

Dance Club
[62]

Adult R&B
[63]

Christian Airplay
[64]
"Joyful Noise"[65]
(FLAME featuring Lecrae and John Reilly)
2008 Our World: Redeemed
"Show Off"[66]
(DJ Official featuring Lecrae and FLAME)
2009 Entermission
"26's"
(Tedashii featuring Lecrae)[67]
Identity Crisis
"Actions Speak Louder"
(Swoope featuring Lecrae, Tedashii and Jai)[68]
2010 Charity single
"Bury Me"[69]
(Tedashii featuring Lecrae)
Non-album single
"All the Way"[70]
(FLAME featuring Trubble and Lecrae)
"Show Off (Guitar Remix)"
(DJ Official featuring Lecrae, FLAME, and KJ-52)[71]
2011 I Didn't Invent the Remix
"Calling You"
(Jai featuring Lecrae)
Culture Shock
"All About God"
(Dillon Chase featuring Lecrae and Princeton)[72]
Weak
"Live & Let Live"[73]
(Statik Selektah featuring Lecrae)
Population Control
"He's A A A Able"
(The Nevels Sisters featuring Lecrae and PK)[74]
It's My Time (New Traditional Thump)
"I Will Find You"
(Jimmy Needham featuring Lecrae)[75]
2012 Clear the Stage
"Work"
(Dee-1 featuring Lecrae)[76]
The Focus Tape
"I'm Good"[77]
(Trip Lee featuring Lecrae)
The Good Life
"They Like Me"
(KJ-52 featuring Lecrae)[78]
Dangerous
"Rise Up"
(Andy Mineo featuring Lecrae)[79]
Non-album single for Camp Kanakuk
"Cray Button"[80]
(Family Force 5 featuring Lecrae)
The Third
"Best Thing That I Found"
(Saigon featuring Lecrae and Corbett)[81]
The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread and Circuses
"I Know" (DJ Official Remix)
(DJ Official featuring Lecrae)[82]
Gravity: The Remix EP
"Violence" (Gangnam Style Remix)
(Alex Medina featuring Lecrae)[83]
"Ready for the World"
(Ruslan featuring Lecrae and Chris Cobbins)[84]
2013 Carry On
"It's Not Over"
(Chaka Khan featuring Lecrae)[85]
7 iKhan
"Game Break"
(Statik Selektah featuring Lecrae, Termanology, and Posdnuos)[86]
Extended Play
"Dear Mr. Christian"
(Derek Minor featuring Dee-1 and Lecrae)[87][88]
Minorville
"So Glad"
(Isaac Carree featuring Lecrae, Kirk Franklin, and Kierra Sheard)[89]
Reset
"Poor Man's Hood"
(Young Doe featuring Lecrae)
Street Hustler 2
"Help"
(Erica Campbell featuring Lecrae)
2014 22 Help
"You Know (Remix)"
(Bizzle featuring Lecrae)
Well Wishes
"Manolo"
(Trip Lee featuring Lecrae)
Rise
"This Is Living"
(Hillsong Young & Free featuring Lecrae)
2015 29 This Is Living EP
"Sideways"
(KB featuring Lecrae)
Tomorrow We Live
"What You Get"[90][91]
(BrvndonP featuring Lecrae and JustKristofer)
2016 BrvndonP
"theBottom"
(theBeatbreaker featuring Lecrae and Derek Minor)
Heard Not Seen II
"I Heard the Truth"
(Bryson Price featuring Lecrae)
Non-album single
"Don't Give Up" [92]
(Lalah Hathaway featuring Lecrae)
2017 Non-album single
"Fight for Me"
(Gawvi featuring Lecrae)
2018 Summer Eighteen
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Other charted songs[edit]

Year Title Chart positions Album
US
Heat

[93]
US
Christ

[27]
US
Gospel
[28]
US
Digital
[94]
R&B/Hip-Hop Digital
[95]
US
Christ Digital
[29]
US
Gospel Digital
[30]
US
Bubbling

[96]

Christian Airplay
[64]
2010 "Keep Changing the World
(Mikeschair featuring Lecrae)
21 22 Mikeschair
"Background"
(featuring C-Lite)
39 25 2 39 Rehab
2011
"40 Deep"
(featuring Trip Lee and Tedashii)
7 Rehab
"Check In" 11
"Boasting"
(featuring Anthony Evans)
16
"Divine Intervention"
(featuring J.R.)
23 2
"God is Enough"
(featuring Flame and Jai)
7
"I Love You"
(featuring Chris Lee)
18
"Killa" 24 3
"Walking on Water" 17
"Jesus Muzik (Dubstep Remix)" 16 Rehab (Deluxe edition)
"Anger Management"
(featuring Thi'sl)
8 Rehab: The Overdose
"Going In"
(featuring Swoope)
15
"More" 10
"Overdose" 2
"Strung Out" 13
2012 "Forgiveness"
(TobyMac featuring Lecrae)
1 24 Eye On It
"Ready or Not"
(Britt Nicole featuring Lecrae)
33 27 Gold
"Fakin'"
(featuring Thi'sl)
17 Gravity
"Falling Down"
(featuring Swoope and Trip Lee)
21
"Free from it All"
(featuring Mathai)
15
"Gravity"
(featuring J.R.)
27 6
"Lord Have Mercy"
(featuring Tedashii)
41 11
"Power Trip"
(featuring PRo, Sho Baraka, and Andy Mineo)
16
"The Drop (Intro)" 38 10
"Violence" 14
"Walk with Me"
(featuring Novel)
22
"Fuego"
(featuring KB and Suzy Rock)
20 64 13 11 Gravity (iTunes version)
2013 "Uno Uno Seis"
(Andy Mineo featuring Lecrae)
43 Heroes for Sale
"The Fever"
(Lecrae featuring Andy Mineo and Papa San)
47 Church Clothes, Vol. 2
"If I Die Tonight"
(Lecrae featuring Novel)
48 20
"Let It Whip"
(Lecrae featuring Paul Wall)
22
2014 "Nothing I Can't Do"
(Tedashii featuring Trip Lee and Lecrae)
12 Below Paradise
"Outsiders" 21 10 Anomaly
"Welcome to America" 24 11
"Good, Bad, Ugly" 35 18
"Timepiece" 27 14
"Runners" 40 22
"Wish" 41 23
"Messengers"
(featuring For King & Country)
20 7 22
"Anomaly" 38 20
"Give In"
(featuring Crystal Nicole)
27 18 26
"Broken"
(featuring Kari Jobe)
29 14
"Dirty Water" 33 17
"Non-Fiction" 43 non-album single
2016 "Can't Do You"
(featuring E-40)
18 Church Clothes 3
"Sidelines" 20
"I Wouldn't Know"
(featuring KB)
22
"Gangland"
(featuring Propaganda)
29
"Cruising" 31
"Freedom"
(featuring N'dambi)
32
"It Is What It Is" 35
"Deja Vu" 36
"Misconceptions 3"
(featuring John Givez, JGivens, and Jackie Hill-Perry)
39
"Forever" 43
2017 "Whatchu Mean"
(featuring Aha Gazelle)
18 All Things Work Together
"Facts" 31
"Hammer Time"
(featuring 1K Phew)
2
"8:28"
(featuring Lewis Sky)
37
"Always Knew" 38
"Lucked Up"
(featuring Nija)
42
"Worth It"
(featuring Kierra Sheard and Jawan Harris)
43
"Wish You the Best"
(featuring Verse Simmonds)
46
2018 "2 Sides of the Game"
(with Zaytoven featuring K-So & Waka Flocka Flame)
24 Let the Trap Say Amen
"Holy Water"
(with Zaytoven)
42
"Only God Can Judge Me"
(with Zaytoven)
44
"Blue Strips"
(with Zaytoven)
47
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
Note: Beginning in 2015, Billboard rendered most hip hop/rap songs ineligible for the Gospel charts

Other appearances[edit]

Title Year Other performer(s) Album
"Stand"[97] 2005 Da' T.R.U.T.H., FLAME The Faith[98]
"No Silence"[99] 2006 FLAME Rewind
"No More" Tedashii Kingdom People[100]
"In Ya Hood (Cypha Remix)" Tedashii, Trip Lee, Thi'sl, Json, Sho Baraka
"Give Him Glory" Trip Lee If They Only Knew[101]
"Cash or Christ"
"Conviction"[102] Dillon Chase The Light
"Move Back"[103] 2007 Thi'sl This House I Shall Live
"National Anthem (Remix)"[104] Mark J, Shabach, 2nd Nature, Promise, R-Swift, J Johnson, Truth, Japhia Life, Triumph Soulutions
"Everyday All Day Cypha"[105] Everyday Process, The Ambassador, FLAME, Phanatik, R-Swift Everyday Process: The Process Of Illumination & Elimination
"Jesus is Alive"[106] Shai Linne The Legacy: Vol 1: Commissioned
"Catch Me at the Brook"[107] Sho Baraka Turn My Life Up
"When the Thrill is Gone"[108] J.R. Life by Stereo
"Disciple Me (Remix)"[109] 2008 Cam The Platform
"Breatha"[110] R-Swift, Mac the Doulos Soap Box
"Who He Is"[111] Trip Lee, Cam 20/20
"Who Is He"[112] Json Life on Life
"Punchlines"[113] Dry Bonez Live Love & Loss
"Checkin' for My God (remix)"[114] The Ambassador, Trip Lee The Chop Chop: From Milk to Meat
"Transformers"[115] 2009 Tedashii, Trip Lee Rejected B-side to Identity Crisis[116]
"I Got Proof"[117] Katalyst (aka Kareem Manuel) Death by Design
"Exposed"[118] Benjah, Soyé Filtered
"Nothing Without You"[119] DJ Official, J.R. Entermission
"On My 116"[119] DJ Official, Tedashii, Sho Baraka, Trip Lee
"Keep Changing the World"[120] Mikeschair Mikeschair
"26's (Chopped and Screwed)"[67] DJ Primo, Tedashii non-album single
"Our Generation"[121] 2010 Michelle Bonilla, FLAME In Spite of Me
"Shut Us Down" [122] Sho Baraka, After Edmund Lions and Liars
"Twisted"[123] Trip Lee, PRo, Thi'sl Between Two Worlds
"No Worries Remix"[124] Trip Lee, FLAME Bonus track from Between Two Worlds
"Clear the Air"[125] PRo Redemption
"Shadows" 2011 David Crowder Band Passion: Here for You[126]
"Our God" Chris Tomlin
"Dum Dum"[127] Tedashii Blacklight
"Going In"[128] PRo, Tedashii Dying to Live
"Welcome to H-Town II"[129] Wit, Dre Murray, Shei Atkins, Von Won Hells's Paradise II: Mask Parade
"Let There Be Light"[130] Andy Mineo Formerly Known
"Bring Us Home (Joshua)"[131] Michael Tait, Blanca Callahan Music Inspired by The Story
"Never Arrive"[132] theBREAX, J.R. Never Arrive
"Made for More"[133] B. Reith, Lisa Gungor How the Story Ends
"New Shalom" 2012 PRo Rapzilla Presents... King Kulture
"2 Human"[134] Json Growing Pains
"Show Out"[135] FLAME The 6th
"Ready Or Not"[136] Britt Nicole Gold
"Nothing Without You (Karac's Future Jungle Remix)"[137] DJ Official, J.R. non-album single
"Church Clap"[138] KB Weight & Glory
"Real Recognize Real"[139] Derek Minor, Pettidee PSA Vol. 3: Who is Derek Minor?
"Nobody Move"[140] 808&Elite Diamonds x Pearls
"No Regrets (Dubstep Remix)"[141] Bryson Price, Suzy Rock non-album single
"Radical"[142] S.O., J. Williams So It Continues
"Hero"[143] Kareem Manuel Until Forever
"Awake My Soul"[144] 2013 Chris Tomlin Burning Lights
"APB (Dubstep Remix)"[145] Bryson Price, Thi'sl non-album single
"Uno Uno Seis" Andy Mineo Heroes for Sale
"Fuss and Fight"[146] Scotty F.A.I.T.H.
"Round of Applause (Remix)"[147][148] B.o.B Church Clothes 2
"Let It Go (Young Girl)"[149][150] Emilio Rojas No Shame... No Regrets
"I Know Remix" Black Knight #ItsTheBlackKnight Beat Tape
"Radio"[151] 2014 Papa San One Blood
"Be Inspired"[152][153] Pete Rock, Rapsody Jamla Is the Squad
"Tell the World (Matthew Parker Remix)" Matthew Parker, Mali Music non-album single
"Heartbeat" Da' T.R.U.T.H., Lauren Lee Heartbeat
"Daywalkers" Propaganda Crimson Cord
"Fight Music" KJ-52, Propaganda Mental
"Im Turnt x Down for What (DJ Promote Mashup)" DJ Promote, Lil Jon, DJ Snake non-album single
"Godline" Tau Remedium
"High" The Walls Group Fast Forward
"Until the End of Time" 2015 Derek Minor, Canon Empire
"Get Up" Blanca Blanca
"Sideways (for the Summer) KB Ft. Lecrae Kuxiine Remix"[154] Kuxiine, KB non-album single
"Lord Be with Me"[155] 2016 Johntá Austin Saints & Sinners: Original Soundtrack from Season 1
"Illuminate" Dria non-album single
"Looking for America" Switchfoot Where the Light Shines Through
"Don't Let This Feeling Fade" Lindsey Stirling, Rivers Cuomo Brave Enough
"On My Own" Leon Bridges The Birth of a Nation: The Inspired By Album[156]
"Here, 2016" Sho Baraka The Narrative

Music videos[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Director
"Jesus Muzik" (featuring Trip Lee and Tedashii)[157] 2006 Tripp Crosby
"Prayin for You"[158] 2007 Scott Leduc
"Don't Waste Your Life" (featuring Sho Baraka)[159] 2009 Edd Blott
"Go Hard" (featuring Tedashii) Kevin Adamson
"Far Away"[160] 2010 Peter Ostebo[160]
"Background" (featuring Andy Mineo)[161] David Ham
"Just Like You" (featuring J-Paul) 2011 TK McKamy
"Church Clothes" (with cameos from Kendrick Lamar and DJ Premier) 2012 Kyle Dettman
"Lord Have Mercy" (featuring Tedashii with a cameo from No Malice) Motion Family
"Tell the World" (featuring Mali Music)[162]
"Mayday" (featuring Big K.R.I.T. and Ashthon Jones)[163] Motion Family
"Fakin'" (featuring Thi'sl)[164] 2013 Isaac Deitz
"Confe$$ions" (featuring David Banner) Kyle Dettman
"I'm Turnt" Steven C. Pitts
"All I Need Is You" 2014 Kyle Dettman
"Messengers" (featuring For King & Country)[165] Nathan Corrona
"Say I Won't" (featuring Andy Mineo)[166] Nathan Corrona
"Welcome To America" Isaac Deitz
"Church Clothes 3: A Short Film" 2016 Nathan Corrona
"Freedom" (featuring N'dambi)
"Blessings" (featuring Ty Dolla Sign) 2017 Calmatic[167]
"I'll Find You" (featuring Tori Kelly) WJBDRadio[168]
"Broke" RapZilla[169]
"Get Back Right" (with Zaytoven) 2018 Andrew Averso

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Director
"Joyful Noise"
(FLAME featuring Lecrae and John Reilly)
2008 Tripp Crosby
"Dum Dum"
(Tedashii featuring Lecrae)
2011 Scott Leduc
"Live & Let Live"
(Statik Selektah featuring Lecrae)
Todd Angkasuwan
"Never Arrive"
(theBREAX featuring Lecrae and J.R.)
Sam Wells
"He's A A A Able"
(The Nevels Sisters featuring Lecrae and PK)
Alvin Elmore
"I'm Good"
(Trip Lee featuring Lecrae)
2012 Kyle Dettman
"They Like Me"
(KJ-52 featuring Lecrae)[170]
Nathan Corrona
"Cray Button"
(Family Force 5 featuring Lecrae and Meekakitty)
Isaac Deitz
"Radical"
(S.O. featuring Lecrae and J. Williams)
"Best Thing That I Found"
(Saigon featuring Lecrae and DJ Corbett)[171]
2013
"Fuss N Fight"
(Scotty featuring Lecrae)
A Color Brown Shot
"Help"
(Erica Campbell featuring Lecrae)[172]
2014 Bille Woodruff
"Nothing I Can't Do"
(Tedashii featuring Trip Lee and Lecrae)
Kyle Dettman
"This Is Living"
(Hillsong Young & Free featuring Lecrae)
2015
"Sideways"
(KB featuring Lecrae)
Kyle Dettman
"Manolo"
(Trip Lee featuring Lecrae)
Latch Labs

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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