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Cole Swindell

Cole Swindell has become a popular American country singer due to the hit “Chillin’ It”. It hit No. 2 chart in the US. He was born on June 30, 1983, in Georgia, USA. Cole has written many songs for Thomas Rhett, Luke Bryan, Craig Campbell and Scotty McCreery. In 2010 Swindell signed a deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. 3 years later he debuted with his own single “Chillin’ It”. The song instantly began climbing the country’s charts. Soon she was signed to Warner Music Nashville. In 2014 Cole debuted with a self-titled album. It was mostly produced by Michael Carter. Next year the singer was awarded the ACM New Artist of the Year Award. According to Cole, he is mostly influenced by Garth Brooks and Randy Travis. The singer doesn’t have any tattoos. He doesn’t smoke but has a sweet tooth. His favorite is Jerry’s Red Velvet ice cream. Moreover, he is fond of Atlanta sports.