Cole Swindell Earns 8th No. 1 Single With Break Up In The End

Looks like country music superstar, Cole Swindell, can now add another accomplishment to his list. The singer’s current song, Break Up In The End, that was featured as the debut single for Swindell’s third studio album, All Of It, has now become the artist’s 8th No. 1 single.

This heartfelt country song written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill, and Jessie Jo Dillon, has become a favorite with fans as the single has gained over 39 million Spotify streams, along with currently having 18 million + views for the music video on YouTube. Click HERE to watch the official music video for Break Up In The End.

Click the image to download the single on iTunes

In honor of the song going No. 1, the singer is doing a contest on his Facebook and Twitter, giving away multiple signed polaroids from some behind-the-scenes of the official music video for the single. See the tweet below on how to enter, and click HERE to enter on Facebook.

Along with the celebration of his 8th No. 1 single, Swindell also has been enjoying the success of his latest album, All Of It, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. You can currently find Swindell out on the Reason To Drink…Another Tour this fall with special guests Lauren Alaina and Dustin Lynch.

Be sure to keep up with Cole Swindell for tour dates, giveaways, music news and more by following him on his social media including on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and at his website, www.coleswindell.com.

What do you think about Cole Swindell’s latest single, Break Up In The End, becoming a No. 1 single? I’d love to hear your thoughts, so leave me a comment below or on social media!

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