Morgan Wallen One Thing at a Time Album Release

Morgan Wallen had one of the most successful country albums of all time with his last release, and he’s now back with something even bigger, “Morgan Wallen One Thing at a Time Album Release.”

One Thing at a Time is Morgan Wallen’s third album, with the country star sharing the news on social media on Monday (Jan. 30).

A total of 36 tracks – including two that feature HARDY and ERNEST – will be released on March 3 by Big Loud / Mercury / Republic Records. The announcement also featured the album’s cover art — a photo of him posing in front of his grandmother’s house in Sneedville, Tenn. — as well as the album’s track list. On Monday night, Wallen will release the songs “Last Night,” “Everything I Love” and “I Wrote the Book” from the album. It is now possible for fans to pre-order the album in advance.

Morgan Wallen One Thing at a Time Album Release

Morgan Wallen One Thing at a Time Album Release 2023


Morgan Wallen Explained the One Thing at a Time as;

This record represents the last few years of my life, the highs and the lows. It also brings together the musical influences that have shaped me as an artist – country, alternative and hip-hop. There are 36 songs on this album because we just kept exploring with fresh lyrics, music and production ideas and these are the songs that felt right to me. It was a blast to create, and I was so grateful to be back in the studio to lay this out for my fans.”

I just try to tell it how it is – the good, the bad, the love, the heartbreak. That’s all I know how to do,” Wallen explained to a reporter. “My hope is that this album makes my fans proud; makes ‘em laugh, smirk, cry, and think – just like it did for me.”

Morgan Wallen New Album 2023

One Thing at a Time is the follow-up to 2021’s Dangerous: The Double Album, which spent 10 weeks at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 and 92 weeks atop the Top Country Albums chart. Since Wallen was caught on video saying the N-word in February 2021, and his label suspended him for an indefinite period of time, and his music had to be removed from streaming playlists and radio stations as a result, this will be his first full-length album. His apology has since led to him returning to award shows (and picking up prizes) and hitting the road again after a hiatus.

Now the Morgan Wallen New Album “One Thing at a Time” has been released on Monday, January 30, 2023.

Morgan Wallen Old Albums

Last Night

Featuring solo acoustic guitar and a prominent snaptrack driving the melody, Morgan’s new song “Last Night” is a breakup tune written by John Byron, Ashley Gorley, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, and Ryan Vojtesak.

Everything I Love

With “Everything I Love,” Morgan returns to his country roots, hitting fans with a steely lick right from the start.

In this song, Morgan Wallen, Ashley Gorley, Ernest Keith Smith, and Ryan Vojtesak interpolate the Allman Brothers’ “Midnight Rider” to create something that will immediately appeal to fans of country music.

Those who prefer Morgan’s country-leaning tunes will enjoy this one.

I Wrote the Book

A relatively introspective approach to Morgan’s life and shortcomings, this one brings back the hip hop beats along with frequent collaborators Hardy and Cameron Montgomery.

It turns out Morgan doesn’t spend enough time reading the book he didn’t write… The Bible, even though he “wrote the book” on hunting and fishing

Here’s what the chorus sounds like:

“But there’s one that lays by the lamp on the nightstand
One that says don’t cuss and don’t fight
Or let the bottle turn you into a different man
But damn if I don’t do it every Friday night
Those get you into Heaven letters in red
Ain’t gettin’ read enough to keep me on a straight line
I’m a Jack of all trades
But man I gotta say
That’s one book I didn’t write…”

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