Swindell is happy for "All of It"
Monday, August 27, 2018
– Cole Swindell is happy to be at the top.
""I am so grateful to have been given the opportunity to record and release even one album," said Swindell, whose new disc "All of It," debuted atop the Billboard Country charts this week and seventh on the Billboard Top 200 "But to be at this point in my career of releasing my third album is just humbling."
"There are a lot of great people on my team who help make this happen. Most importantly in a business that is really all about the 'song' I am honored and thankful for all the incredible songwriters who have trusted me with their songs."
"And my fans, what can I say? They always show up and prove I have the best fans in the world. So many of them have been with me from day, one and without them, none of this would be happening for me. With the best songs and the best fans how could I not be grateful for this number one album. Thank you."
"All of It" sold 38,000 units.
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