Cole Swindell hits the top of the charts this week with”Break Up In The End,” the debut single from his latest album, All of It. The song, which was written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill and Jessie Jo Dillon, becomes the Georgia native’s eighth career Number One as a solo artist and he has 10 Number Ones as a songwriter.

Cole said, “My fans are the best and I was so excited to be on the road celebrating with them this past weekend. Thank you to every country radio station out there that played this song, without your huge support we wouldn’t get to have amazing moments like that and I’m so glad we do! There is so much work that goes in to the successes of all artists and I never take that for granted and am reminded each time I see one of my songs make it to No. 1. I have been blessed with not only the best fans who allow me to do this for a living, but I have a team that continues to believe in me and my music. It can’t get much better than that. Thank you all!”

Cole tells us exclusively that selecting the lead single from All of It wasn't easy, but he had a feeling about “Break Up In The End.” “For me, you know, this being my third album, I've had the fun stuff, I've had heartfelt. It was just kind of, 'what do we want to come with,' and I wanted to come with a song that made a statement, that, 'Hey, I've grown as a person, I've grown as an artist and I still love to have fun.' We're gonna have fun, we're gonna have fun at concerts, but every now and then, you know, you gotta release a song that's gonna stick with people a long time and I've learned my lesson from 'You Should Be Here' and songs like that, so this is what that is to me. It's a song that I've certainly lived every lyric to, and I can just tell from the stories people are relating to the song, and, like I said, it was a tough choice to go with it but it was our first pick and now I think it's gonna be a song that sticks with people for a long time and I'm glad we went with it first.”

Earlier this month, Cole launched his Reason To Drink . . . Another tour with Dustin Lynch and Lauren Alaina. The tour is slated to run through the end of 2018, with shows this weekend in Montana and North Dakota.

Source: Pulse of Radio

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