I’ll Take You There: Cole Swindell is holding on to hope for getting his seventh #1 with Dierks Bentley

ABC/Image Group LA Since every single he’s ever released has gone to the top of the charts, Cole Swindell admits the thought of “Flatliner” NOT reaching number one is rather ominous.

“I would think at some point that streak has to end,” he confesses. “It's a pressure, but it's a good pressure… but this song, it's fun, and I just hope it keeps going! So let's keep pulling for it... I'm gonna keep singing it with Dierks [Bentley] every night on tour no matter what… I love that!” he says of his current turn on the What the Hell Tour.

From here, Cole admits he’s setting his sights on album number three.

“I'm hoping to have one more single off of the You Should Be Here album, and then we'll be working on new stuff.”

This week, Cole and Dierks travel to Eau Claire, Wisconsin; Brooklyn, Michigan; and Noblesville, Indiana -- hopefully on their way to the top of the charts.

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