Juan Winans’ current single, “Never On My Own,” has climbed to number four on Billboard’s Gospel Airplay chart. This week, the groovy R&B-tinged duet with sister Deborah Joy Winans hits the Mediabase Gospel Airplay Chart’s Top 10.

The song, which was produced by Warryn Campbell, is highlighted by the duo’s soulful vocals and a homage to the R&B classic “On My Own.” “Making this music is not just a part of my purpose, but it’s also the creative activity I enjoy the most,” Winans added. “It’s always a fantastic honor to have fans and radio stations respond so enthusiastically – to have the song continuing to soar in the charts!”

DARE Records CEO and Chairman Michael-Anthony “Mooki” Taylor remarked, “I knew it was a hit.” “I informed Juan. I informed Warryn (Campbell). I informed the group! It reminds me of a Family Reunion!”

Winans’ first solo full-length album, due for release later this year on DARE Records, will feature the chart-topping hit single.


The Grammy nominee also recently hosted “Soul of the Nation,” a White House Gospel special with First Lady Jill Biden, which aired nationally on TV One this past Sunday and celebrated the genre’s history and importance.

Winans is a third-generation member of the legendary Winans family. He began his career with Winans Phase 2 with brother Carvin and cousins Marvin Winans, Jr., and Michael Winans, Jr. Juan’s father, Carvin Winans, is a member of the five-time Grammy-winning group The Winans, including uncles Marvin, Michael, and the late Ronald Winans.