The discography of Christian recording artist Brandon Heath consist of four studio albums, three extended plays (EPs), two independent albums (IAs), eight compilation albums, eight music videos and twelve singles. After making a demo CD, Heath gained a fame in christian music industry when he independently released his debut album titled Early Stuff in 2004. On the same year he released his second album Soldier which was produced by Chris Davis. In 2005 another independent album was releases titled Don't Get Comfortable The EP.
In 2006 he released his first studio album titled Don't Get Comfortable following his three singles "Our God Reigns" which is place at No. 13 on US Christian, "I'm Not Who I Was" which became top No. 1 in three weeks and "Don't Get Comfortable" placed at No. 11 in US Christian Hit Billboard.
Heath second studio album "What If We" released in 2008 and reached the top three in the Top US Christian Album and top seventy three in Billboard 200. The lead single "Give Me Your Eyes" became his second highest-peaking single on the US Christian which is reached in number-one. In 2009 he released a second single on the same album titled "Wait and See" reached at number four in US and Canada. It followed new single "Follow You" featuring Leeland reached at number-seven. In 2010 he released his third and final single from the album What If We titled "Love Never Fails" peaking a position at number-eighteen in US Christian Songs and Hot Canadian Contemporary Song.
Heath third studio album "Leaving Eden" was released on January 18, 2011. The first single "Your Love" was released in 2010 reached at No. 1 in six weeks on the US Christian which became his third highest-peaking single after the released of his "Give Me Your Eyes" and "I'm Not Who I Was". The second single "Leaving Eden" released on June 19, 2011.
Heath's fourth studio album, Blue Mountain, was released on October 9, 2012. It follows the first single from the album "Jesus in Disguise" together with the lyrics video on YouTube then later the music video. The single reached at No. 9 on Hot Christian Songs and No. 5 on the Billboard Christian songs chart.