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Cole Swindell’s Debut Album Pacing for 55-60K Sales

It will not perform like a Luke Bryan or Eric Church album, but the debut album from “Chillin’ It” singer Cole Swindell will definitely make a splash on next week’s chart.

According to Hits Daily Double, Swindell’s self-titled debut is tracking to move 55-60,000 copies in its first week.

Though the total will not be enough to give Swindell a number one (holdovers like Church’s “The Outsiders” and the “Frozen” soundtrack are expected to sell better), it will assure the album registers as the week’s biggest debut.

The week’s other notable debuts include Phantogram’s “Voices” (tracking for 19-21K) and Candice Glover’s “Music Speaks” (17-19K).

Written by Brian Cantor

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