Released: Feb 2014
Label: Warner Bros.
Entering the music business after meeting Luke Bryan in a frat house, Cole Swindell rose to the top of the class in the "modify the lyrics to 'Chattahoochee' and add a hip-hop beat" school of songwriting. His debut is light and fun, full of songs about girls he sees on the dancefloor, in the moonlight, under the covers, on his shoulder, at a country concert and in the bed ("Let Me See Ya Girl") and passenger's seat ("Chillin' It") of his truck. It's not all good times, though: On breakup tune "A Dozen Roses and a Six-Pack," his only wish is to see one of those girls make her way back home.