Scotty McCreery Is Youngest Guy To Ever Debut At The Top Of The All-Genre Charts With His First Album!

Wed, October 12, 2011 7:13pm EDT by 6 Comments

Wow! Scotty McCreery has sure come far from being the little kid on ‘American Idol’ last season. His first album, ‘Clear As Day,’ debuted No. 1 on the Billboard 200!

American Idol winner Scotty McCreery is one of the first Idol finalists to actually do well in the mainstream market since Carrie Underwood! The now 18-year-old singer’s first album, Clear As Day, debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard 200 when it was released in early October, which makes him the first country male singer to have such an honor. Are YOU impressed?

“My hopes were just to go out there and have fun and let people know that the album was out there,” Scotty said about the album. “Everybody hopes for the number one, but you never really expect it. To see it up there is pretty incredible.”

As the second youngest Idol winner behind Jordin Sparks, Scotty has had quite a ride since finishing the show in May. A week before his album dropped, Brad Paisley asked Scotty to tour with him in 2012.

Scotty, we’ve been cheering you on since the first day of Idol! Congrats on all your success!

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Posted at 11:26 AM on March 22, 2012  

I don’t know what these people see in this guy. His voice doesn’t have much going on. Plus, he is throwing his Christian nonsense into it. I am wondering when American Idol is just flat out going to put their foot down and not let these people turn American Idol into a Christian singing contest.

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Posted at 12:39 AM on February 20, 2012  

i think that is great. she has a real eye for true taelnt. i would like to see steve again too i didn’t miss a show in 2011. first year i enjoyed the show that much.

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Posted at 7:52 PM on October 12, 2011  

The key word here is “country.” It’s not easy to remain mainstream successful over a significant period of time as a country singer, whether you have originated from American Idol or not. But it’s certainly not impossible. Too many men emerge from AI and attempt to establish some sort of solo pop career. A man has to be incredibly talented to make it as a mainstream male pop star. The ratio of successful female to male pop stars is probably like 3:1. At least this guy has the right idea by avoiding traditional pop.

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