Gerry Cinnamon is enjoying the ‘TRNSMT effect’ after his album gets set to reach its highest rank in the charts – more than 30 weeks after it was initially released.

The Castlemilk singer performed a brilliant set at Glasgow Green last week to the delight of thousands who sang along with every word to his hits like Belter and What Have You Done.

His newest single, Canter, also turned out to be a favourite, and the proof is well and truly in the pudding.

Erratic Cinematic – the name of Cinnamon’s debut album – is on track to reach a new UK chart peak this Friday.

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Cinnamon stormed onto the stage during last Friday evening’s entertainment and belted out tune after tune before grime superstar Stormzy closed the opening night.

And he is enjoying the success after Erratic Cinematic rocketed up the charts from number 34 on the list to number 12 since he rocked the house.

More than 150,000 music lovers packed into the Green last weekend for the sold-out festival.

Gerry’s chart delight comes just days after the crooner announced two mammoth Scottish shows as part of his latest UK tour.

Fans had previously kicked-off at an announcement showing no Scottish leg of his tour but popular Cinnamon was quick to calm his followers.

The 33-year-old unveiled plans to play a huge gig at the SSE Hydro in December.

He will also bring his talents to Aberdeen in November. Gerry’s TRNSMT gig was initially under threat when he demanded a new guitar during his opening song.

The musician complained that the instrument ‘wasn’t working’ and threatened to smash it up before explaining nothing would ruin his set.

Lewis Capaldi and Ed Sheeran will fight it out for number one spot.

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