As Cole Swindell’s latest single, “Let Me See Ya Girl” ascends to the top of the Mediabase country airplay chart this week, he sets a record. He’s the only male artist ever to have his first four singles all go to number one.
“4 #1’s in a row…I can’t even describe this feeling!!” Cole tweeted, adding “Love everyone who helped make it happen. #letmeseeyagirl.” His previous chart-toppers — “Chillin’ It,” “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” and “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” — are all from his self-titled debut album, which has already been certified gold.
Cole takes his Down Home Tour to Cotton Eyed Joe’s in Knoxville, Tennessee on Wednesday, where fans are sure to hear his hits, as well as music from his new digital release, Down Home Sessions II.
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4 #1's in a row…I can't even describe this feeling!! Love everyone who helped make it happen. #letmeseeyagirl pic.twitter.com/TlZM3AvUCe
— Cole Swindell (@coleswindell) November 15, 2015