Brian Courtney Wilson (LIVE Performance)

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Brian Courtney Wilson is an American gospel and contemporary Christian music singer.

In 2009, Wilson released his debut album titled Just Love. The album was produced by Stan Jones and features contributions by Tommy Simms. In 2010, the title song was nominated for a Dove Award for Urban Recorded Song of the Year, while Wilson himself was nominated for New Artist of the Year at the 41st GMA Dove Awards.Wilson’s single “All I Need” also set a record for staying on the Top Gospel Songs chart for 89 weeks.[2] Wilson re-released a deluxe edition of his album on October 5 of the same year, accompanied by a nationwide tour through several cities in the United States.[3]

In 2012, Wilson undertook two projects simultaneously. First, he released the album “So Proud”. According to, Wilson recalls that “The inspiration for this project came three years ago when I penned “So Proud,” the title song and the CD project’s first single. The song is about remembering … remembering the reasons why you should keep going when the days seem the hardest…remembering your value when people cast you aside…remembering the people who did not give up on you when you feel like giving up on yourself…and most of all, it’s about remembering that the reason we have so much to remember is because God has always been there to make a way through the people in our lives.” The album debuted at No. 1 on the Top Gospel Albums charts, and the singles “So Proud” and “He Still Cares” made their way to radio.

It was also in 2012 that he united with Gospel legend Fred Hammond, Dave Hollister and R&B artist Eric Roberson to make the United Tenors project, which was released in 2013. Cited as the last addition to the group, it was clear once the production began … that Wilson quickly left his fingerprints on the project. In 2015, Wilson signed with Motown Gospel. He later came out with the single “Worth Fighting For”. This single became known worldwide. The single peaked at No. 3 on Top Gospel Songs chart. The song was nominated for Urban Recorded Song of the year at the 46th GMA Dove Awards, and he is also nominated for a Grammy for Song of the Year. Wilson also won Traditional Gospel Album of the Year for his album Worth Fighting For. This album debuted at No. 2 on the Top Gospel Albums chart.