Jill Scott breaks chart record

In a year of incredible firsts, including her first #1 album in the country, Grammy-winning singer, actress and poet Jill Scott has tied the record for the longest #1 record on Urban Adult Contemporary radio format in.  At 17 weeks, the debut single - "So In Love" featuring Anthony Hamilton off her critically acclaimed fifth studio album The Light Of The Sun - holds onto the eleven year title as the most played record of the year in the format with Maxwell's "Fortunate" (1999).

In a year of incredible firsts, including her first #1 album in the country, Grammy-winning singer, actress and poet Jill Scott has tied the record for the longest #1 record on Urban Adult Contemporary radio format in.  At 17 weeks, the debut single - "So In Love" featuring Anthony Hamilton off her critically acclaimed fifth studio album The Light Of The Sun - holds onto the eleven year title as the most played record of the year in the format with Maxwell's "Fortunate" (1999).

Currently on the second leg of her widely successful Block Party Tour, Scott is a finalist for this year's SoulTracks Readers' Choice Awards in the Major Label Album of the Year category.  She has also earned three 2011 Soul Train Award nominations for Album Of The Year, Best Female R&B Artist and Song Of The Year for  "So In Love."

 

.

 

Leave a comment!