Morgan Wallen Teases Double Album
As the anticipation for Morgan Wallen’s yet-to-be-announced sophomore album continues to build, the superstar shocked fans by teasing the release…
Morgan Wallen; Photo by John Shearer
As the anticipation for Morgan Wallen’s yet-to-be-announced sophomore album continues to build, the superstar shocked fans by teasing the release of a possible double album.
Wallen took to Twitter to share the idea with fans on Monday, writing, “I just called my label and told em I wanna make a Double album. Double checking y’all are good with that?”
His tweet sent fans into a frenzy as many replied back with GIFs and memes to showcase their excitement.
“I don’t think anyone has a problem with this,” one fan wrote, while another replied, “I checked with everyone, they’re cool with that.”
I just called my label and told em I wanna make a Double album. Double checking y’all are good with that?
— morgan wallen (@MorganWallen) August 31, 2020
Wallen’s double album teaser comes days after he shattered streaming records with his latest release, “7 Summers.” The nostalgic anthem broke records on Apple Music and Spotify, solidifying his place as one of country music’s hottest rising stars.
The Tennessee native’s forthcoming album will serve as the follow-up to his 2018 debut, If I Know Me. The upcoming project is expected to include “7 Summers,” “More Than My Hometown” and “This Bar”
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