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- Song Name: Chillin’ It
- Artist Name / Band Name: Cole Swindell
- Produced By: Jody Stevens
- Album Name: Cole Swindell
- Release Date: August 19, 2013
- Genre: Country
- Record Label: Warner Bros. Nashville
- Written By: Shane Minor & Cole Swindell
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Cole Swindell – Chillin’ It Review
“Chillin It” is the debut single by American country music artist Cole Swindell. Swindell co-wrote the song with Shane Minor. Swindell released the song independently in March 2013 as a digital download. Swindell signed a record deal with Warner Bros Records. As of September 2013, the song has sold 253,000 copies in the United States. This song is not about the musicianship or words but about the vibe and sweet groove this Georgia-raised singer lays down.
The fun time little song is without doubt, based on summertime party months and should probably appeal to fans of Jake Owen, Florida Georgia Line, Eric Church and Chris Young.
In this song Swindell is a decaf version of Florida Georgia Line. Sonically, the production is in the same spirit as “Cruise”. But he drives a bit slower. The effect is the same- one quickly finds himself wishing he was in the front seat of a pickup truck kicking up dust along a road lined or cattle fields.
“Chillin’” has a very impressive and a catchy chorus. The Luke Bryan protégé had a hit on satellite radio before signing with Warner Music Nashville in July 2013. Like Florida Georgia Line, he proves you can ‘make it’ without major label support- his story is truly an inspiration for struggling musicians.
Thus, no doubt this song is incredibly sung with perfect chorus and vocals. The person, who would listen to this song, would want to listen to it again and again, back to back.