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Morgan Wallen Singer

Morgan Cole Wallen, an American pop country sensation born on May 13, 1993, rose to prominence through his captivating performances on the sixth season of The Voice. Initially part of Usher’s team, Morgan Wallen later caught the attention of Adam Levine, solidifying his place as a promising talent in the industry. Despite his elimination during the playoffs, Wallen’s journey was far from over as he inked a deal with Panacea Records, marking the beginning of a remarkable career.

In 2015, Morgan Wallen unveiled his debut EP, “Stand Alone,” under the Panacea banner, garnering widespread acclaim and setting the stage for his future endeavors. Over the years, his dedication and talent have been duly recognized, with accolades including an esteemed Academy of Country Music Award and an impressive fourteen Billboard Music Awards, showcasing his undeniable impact on the music scene.

A pivotal moment arrived in 2016 when Morgan Wallen joined forces with Big Loud, a move that would redefine his trajectory in the industry. His debut album, “If I Know Me,” released in 2018, showcased his versatility and storytelling prowess, catapulting him to new heights of success. Featuring chart-topping singles such as “Up Down” with Florida Georgia Line, “Whiskey Glasses,” and “Chasin’ You,” the album soared to the summit of the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, solidifying Wallen’s status as a force to be reckoned with.

The pinnacle of Morgan Wallen career came with the release of his sophomore album, “Dangerous: The Double Album,” in January 2021. Making history, the album claimed the coveted No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 for an unprecedented seven consecutive weeks, a feat unmatched in the realm of country music for over six decades. With standout tracks like “More Than My Hometown,” “7 Summers,” and “Wasted on You,” Wallen captivated audiences worldwide, cementing his legacy as a trailblazer in the genre.

Building on his monumental success, Morgan Wallen continued to push boundaries with his third studio album, “One Thing at a Time,” released in 2023. The album’s meteoric rise saw it dominate the Billboard 200 for a staggering 18 non-consecutive weeks, rewriting the record books with all 36 tracks making waves on the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously. A testament to Wallen’s unrivaled artistry and connection with his audience, the album’s lead single, “Last Night,” soared to the top of the Hot 100, marking a career-defining moment for the talented artist.

As Wallen’s star continues to ascend, his impact on the music industry remains undeniable, with each release further solidifying his status as a visionary artist and a true trailblazer in the realm of pop country music.

Sneedville, Tennessee, U.S.

Baskin, Louisiana, U.S.
Morgan Cole Wallen
NameMorgan Cole Wallen
Date of BirthMay 13, 1993
Birth PlaceSneedville, Tennessee, U.S.
Genres Country pop
Career2014–present
ProfessionSongwriter, Actress
Instrument
  • Guitar
  • vocals
Labels
  • Panacea
  • Big Loud
  • Republic
  • Mercury
Website morganwallen.com

Early life

Morgan Wallen entered the world on May 13, 1993, in Sneedville, Tennessee, as the son of Tommy and Lesli Wallen. His upbringing was shaped by the values instilled by his parents, with his father serving as a local church pastor while his mother pursued a career in education. The family’s journey led them south to Knox County during Morgan Wallen teenage years, where he completed his education at Gibbs High School. Despite his initial aspirations in baseball, an injury during his senior year dashed his hopes of pursuing the sport further.

Education

During his formative years, Morgan Wallen passion for music began to take root. He explored various instruments, including piano and violin, under the guidance of his parents. His musical palette expanded thanks to his father’s influence, who introduced him to the timeless sounds of classic rock. In his adolescence, Wallen found himself drawn to a diverse array of musical genres, ranging from rock bands like Breaking Benjamin and Nickelback to the lyrical prowess of rappers like Lil Wayne.

Following his high school graduation, Morgan Wallen found himself at a crossroads, grappling with the uncertainty of his future. Disheartened by the abrupt end of his baseball career, he embarked on a period of self-discovery, immersing himself in various endeavors. It was during this time that Wallen rediscovered his passion for music, picking up the guitar and delving into the rich tapestry of country music. Inspired by icons such as Keith Whitley and Eric Church, he embarked on a journey to carve out his own distinct sound, rooted in the traditions of the genre.

Career

In 2014, Morgan Wallen stepped onto the national stage by gracing the screens of millions as a contestant on season six of the immensely popular music competition, The Voice. His rendition of Howie Day’s “Collide” during the audition caught the attention of judges Shakira and Usher, earning him a coveted spot on Team Usher. However, fate had other plans as he later found himself under the mentorship of Adam Levine after the second round, only to face elimination during the playoffs. Despite the setback, Morgan Wallen resolve remained unshaken, driven by an unwavering determination to excel. Reflecting on the experience, he remarked, “Some things in life are out of your control. Being the best you can be isn’t. I didn’t feel like I was the best I could have been. So I practiced harder.” While The Voice may have been a chapter of mixed outcomes, it undeniably served as a springboard for Wallen’s burgeoning career, opening doors and forging connections within the music industry.

During his time in California for The Voice, Morgan Wallen crossed paths with Sergio Sanchez of Atom Smash, a vocal coach affiliated with the show. This encounter proved to be serendipitous as it led to Wallen’s decision to make the move to Nashville, the epicenter of country music. Teaming up with Sanchez, they formed a temporary band christened “Morgan Wallen & Them Shadows,” laying the groundwork for what was to come. It was through Sanchez that Wallen was introduced to Bill Ray and Paul Trust of Panacea Records, a pivotal moment that would alter the course of his career trajectory forever. In 2015, Wallen officially inked a deal with Panacea Records, marking the beginning of a promising chapter in his musical journey. With Dominic Frost joining on guitar, Wallen released his debut EP titled “Stand Alone” on August 24, 2015, with the lead single “Spin You Around” making waves and eventually earning gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 2021.

Simultaneously, Morgan Wallen’s talent caught the attention of industry insiders, including his manager Dirk Hemsath of Working Group Artist Management. Hemsath’s strategic move of sending Wallen’s demo to Seth England of Big Loud Shirt paved the way for Wallen’s entry into Big Loud Records and the associated publishing company. This marked a significant milestone in Wallen’s career, granting him access to a wider audience and an array of collaborative opportunities. In 2015, he unleashed his debut single “The Way I Talk,” accompanied by his inaugural music video in 2017, laying the groundwork for his ascent in the industry. Wallen’s songwriting prowess was also in high demand, as evidenced by his collaborations with esteemed artists such as A Thousand Horses, Dallas Smith, and Jason Aldean, the latter resulting in the chart-topping hit “You Make It Easy.” His partnership with Florida Georgia Line on the infectious single “Up Down” further solidified his position in the country music realm, marking his first foray into the top five of Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

Wallen's Musical Evolution (2018–present)

As Morgan Cole Wallen embarked on his musical journey, he not only showcased his vocal prowess but also embraced a distinct persona, marked by a striking mullet and an aura of an “Everyman rock star,” as aptly depicted by Kelefa Sanneh in a feature for The New Yorker. This transformation, inspired by a vintage photograph of his father sporting a similar hairstyle, underscored Morgan Wallen penchant for blending nostalgia with contemporary flair.

His debut studio album, “If I Know Me,” released on April 27, 2018, marked a significant milestone in Wallen’s career. The album’s standout track, “Whiskey Glasses,” emerged as a breakthrough hit, scaling the heights of both the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts. Its poignant narrative, described by Sanneh as a “perfectly constructed ode to a woman and a drink,” resonated deeply with audiences, earning Wallen widespread acclaim.

Elevating his profile further, Morgan Wallen embarked on the Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour with Florida Georgia Line in 2019, solidifying his status as a rising star in the country music scene. The subsequent release of “Chasin’ You” reinforced his chart dominance, soaring to number two on the Hot Country Songs chart and capturing the essence of Wallen’s storytelling prowess.

Amidst the global upheaval of the COVID-19 pandemic, Morgan Wallen found solace in his craft, channeling his creativity into his sophomore album, the double-disc opus titled “Dangerous: The Double Album” in 2021. Showcasing a seamless blend of country and R&B/pop influences, the album captivated listeners worldwide, debuting atop the prestigious US Billboard 200 and the Canadian Albums Chart.

“Dangerous” not only shattered records but also solidified Morgan Wallen position as a trailblazer in the genre. Singles like “More Than My Hometown,” “7 Summers,” and “Wasted on You” propelled him to unprecedented heights, earning him his first top 10 entry on the Hot 100 and garnering accolades from esteemed publications like Time.

With each release, Morgan Wallen continues to defy expectations, captivating audiences with his distinctive sound and undeniable charisma. As he charts new territory and pushes the boundaries of country music, Wallen’s legacy as a visionary artist continues to evolve, leaving an indelible mark on the fabric of contemporary music.

Unveiling Musical Mastery

In February 2021, Morgan Wallen faced significant backlash after TMZ released a video capturing him using a racial slur in conversation with friends. The incident led to swift repercussions, with radio stations pulling his music from airplay, major streaming platforms removing his songs from featured playlists, and prominent organizations like CMT and the Country Music Association distancing themselves from him. His record label, Big Loud, suspended their contract indefinitely, and he was deemed ineligible for the Academy of Country Music Awards.

In an effort to make amends, Morgan Wallen took steps to address the situation. He donated $300,000 to the Black Music Action Coalition in the names of those who had advised him following the incident. He later publicly expressed remorse during an appearance on Good Morning America, acknowledging his wrongdoing and emphasizing the need for accountability.

Despite the controversy, Wallen’s popularity remained largely intact. In fact, his album sales for “Dangerous” surged following the incident, maintaining its dominance on the Billboard charts for several weeks. The album continued to break records, solidifying its status as a lasting success.

Morgan Wallen’s career continued to flourish despite the setback. He embarked on a successful tour, with sold-out shows across arenas and amphitheaters. His singles continued to perform well on the charts, with collaborations with artists like Lil Durk further expanding his reach.

In 2023, Morgan Wallen released his highly anticipated third studio album, “One Thing at a Time,” further showcasing his musical prowess. However, a setback occurred when he had to cancel a performance due to losing his voice, disappointing fans but demonstrating his dedication to quality.

Throughout his journey, Wallen remained active in the music scene, collaborating on various projects and even treating fans to special performances like the Abbey Road Sessions. Despite past controversies, Wallen’s talent and resilience continue to shine through, cementing his place as a prominent figure in the country music industry.

Personal life

Morgan Wallen shares a son with his ex-fiancée, KT Smith, born in July 2020, marking a significant milestone in his personal life. However, in October 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Morgan Wallen found himself embroiled in controversy. Videos surfaced on TikTok, revealing his disregard for CDC guidelines while socializing in bars and other venues in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, following a University of Alabama football game. The footage depicted Wallen without a mask, flouting social distancing norms, and engaging in intimate contact with multiple women. The public scrutiny intensified due to the recent birth of his child with his ex-girlfriend, amplifying criticism of his behavior.

Consequently, Morgan Wallen faced repercussions for his actions. He was suspended from his scheduled appearance as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live for two months. Despite the controversy, he eventually appeared on the show in an episode hosted by Jason Bateman, where they, along with cast members, humorously addressed the incident and its aftermath.

The saga continued on April 7, 2024, when Morgan Wallen was arrested following an incident at Eric Church’s newly-opened bar in Nashville, Tennessee. Allegedly throwing a chair off the roof, Wallen was charged with three counts of felony reckless endangerment and one count of misdemeanor disorderly conduct after the chair nearly struck two police officers on the ground.

Career Statistics

Discography

Studio Albums3
Music Videos 13
Singles 15
Promotional Singles 
Other Album 
EPs3
Total34

Awards

Won36
Nominated35
Total36

Studio Albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart Sales
If I Know MeRelease date: April 27, 2018  
 Label: Big Loud  
 Format: CD, vinyl, digital download, streaming  
    
 USUS Country 
 101 
    
Dangerous: The Double AlbumRelease date: January 8, 2021  
 Label: Big Loud, Republic  
 Format: CD, cassette, vinyl, digital download, streaming  
    
 USUS Country 
 11 
    
One Thing at a TimeReleased: March 3, 2023  
 Label: Big Loud, Republic, Mercury  
 Format: CD, vinyl, digital download, streaming  
    
 USUS Country 
 11 
    
Extended plays   
Stand AloneRelease date: August 24, 2015  
 Label: Panacea Records  
 Format: Digital download, streaming  
    
 USUS Country 
 15425 
    
The Way I TalkRelease date: July 29, 2016  
 Label: Big Loud Mountain  
 Format: Digital download, streaming  
    
 USUS Country 
  
    
Morgan WallenRelease date: January 12, 2018  
 Label: Big Loud Mountain  
 Format: Digital download, streaming  
    
 USUS Country 
 451,300
    
One Thing at a Time (Sampler)Release date: December 2, 2022  
 Label: Big Loud, Republic, Mercury  
 Format: Digital download, streaming  
    
 USUS Country 
 

 

As Lead Artist

TitleYearPeak chart positionsSalesCertificationsAlbum
“The Way I Talk”20163530US: 98,000
    RIAA: 3× PlatinumMC: Platinum
“Up Down”20174951US: 333,000
     RIAA: 5× Platinum
     MC: 3× Platinum
“Whiskey Glasses”20181711US: 391,000
     RIAA: 9× Platinum
     MC: 7× Platinum
“Chasin’ You”20191621US: 57,000
     RIAA: 6× Platinum
     MC: 3× Platinum
“More Than My Hometown”20201521 
     RIAA: 5× Platinum
    ARIA: Platinum 
    MC: 4× Platinum 
“7 Summers”20206115 
     RIAA: 4× Platinum
    ARIA: Gold 
    MC: 3× Platinum 
“Sand in My Boots”20213021 
     RIAA: 2× Platinum
    ARIA: Platinum 
    MC: 2× Platinum 
“Wasted on You”2022911 
    16 
    78 
    1 
    10 
    26 
    19 
     RIAA: 8× Platinum
     ARIA: Platinum
     MC: 3× Platinum
“You Proof”2022511 
    20 
    1 
    9 
    12 
    22 
     RIAA: 4× Platinum
     ARIA: Platinum
     MC: 2× Platinum
“Thought You Should Know”2023711 
    85 
    2 
    14 
    18 
    32 
     RIAA: 4× Platinum
     ARIA: Gold
     MC: Platinum
“Last Night”2023111 
    5 
    1 
    1 
    2 
    5 
     RIAA: 7× Platinum
     ARIA: 6× Platinum
     BPI: Silver
     MC: Platinum
     RMNZ: 2× Platinum
“One Thing at a Time”20231028 
      
“Everything I Love”20231473 
     RIAA: Platinum
“Thinkin’ Bout Me”2023731 
    22 
    39 
    1 
    13 
    7 
    21 
     RIAA: 3× Platinum
“Man Made a Bar”20231562 
      
     RIAA: Platinum
“Cowgirls”20244014  
     

 

Featured Artist

TitleYearPeak chart SalesCertificationsAlbum
“Heartless”20193910Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley, Chapter 1: Snake Oil
      
     US: 73,000
     RIAA: 6× Platinum
     ARIA: 3× Platinum
     MC: 4× Platinum
“Broadway Girls”2021147220
      
     RIAA: Platinum
      
“Flower Shops”641318Flower Shops (The Album)
      
     RIAA: 2× Platinum
“Mamaw’s House”20235514120 Number Ones
      
“Cover Me Up”20195215Dangerous: The Double Album
     US: 45,000
     RIAA: 4× Platinum
     ARIA: Platinum
     MC: 3× Platinum
“This Bar”9229 
      
“Somebody’s Problem”2020253 
     ARIA: Platinum
“Still Goin’ Down”458 
     RIAA: 2× Platinum
     ARIA: Gold
     MC: Platinum
“Livin’ the Dream”7419 
     RIAA: Platinum
     ARIA: Gold
     MC: Platinum
“Don’t Think Jesus”20227146One Thing at a Time
      
“Spin You Around (1/24)”202424556Non-album promotional single

Other

TitleYearPeak chartCertificationsAlbum
“Spin You Around”2015 Stand Alone
    RIAA: 2× Platinum
    MC: 2× Platinum
“Gone Girl”2018 If I Know Me
    RIAA: Gold
“Happy Hour”  
    RIAA: Gold
    MC: Gold
“Had Me by Halftime”  
    RIAA: Gold
“Redneck Love Song”  
“Little Rain”  
    RIAA: Platinum
    MC: Gold
“If I Know Me”  
    RIAA: Platinum
    MC: Platinum
“Not Good at Not”  
    RIAA: Platinum
    MC: Gold
“Talkin’ Tennessee”42  
    RIAA: Platinum
    MC: Gold
“More Surprised Than Me”202166Dangerous: The Double Album
  19  
“865”4613  
    RIAA: 2× Platinum
    ARIA: Gold
    MC: Platinum
“Warning”4210  
    RIAA: Platinum
    ARIA: Gold
    MC: Platinum
“Neon Eyes”6318  
    RIAA: Platinum
    MC: Platinum
“Outlaw”8629  
    RIAA: Gold
    MC: Gold
“Whiskey’d My Way”8327  
“Wonderin’ ’bout the Wind”9333  
    RIAA: Platinum
    MC: Gold
“Your Bartender”8428  
“Only Thing That’s Gone”9032  
“Rednecks, Red Letters, Red Dirt”41  
“Dangerous”6217  
    RIAA: Platinum
    ARIA: Gold
    MC: Platinum
“Beer Don’t”39  
“Blame It on Me”42  
“Somethin’ Country”47  
“Country Ass Shit”45  
“Whatcha Think of Country Now”48  
“Me on Whiskey”38  
“Silverado for Sale”34  
“Need a Boat”  
    RIAA: Gold
“Quittin’ Time”46  
    RIAA: Gold
    MC: Gold
“Bandaid on a Bullet Hole”30  
    RIAA: Platinum
    MC: Gold
“This Side of a Dust Cloud”  
    RIAA: Gold
“Days That End in Why”2022577One Thing at a Time
   26 
“Tennessee Fan”495  
    MC: Gold
“Red”20236416The Mockingbird & the Crow
     
“Born with a Beer in My Hand”3215 One Thing at a Time
“Devil Don’t Know”2913  
“’98 Braves”271156 
    RIAA: Gold
“Ain’t That Some”116  
    RIAA: Platinum
“I Wrote the Book”18960 
   97 
    RIAA: Platinum
“Tennessee Numbers”3818 
“Hope That’s True”4120 
“Whiskey Friends”3516 
“Sunrise”3014 
    RIAA: Gold
“Keith Whitley”4423 
“In the Bible”4724 
    RIAA: Gold
“F150-50”5328 
“Neon Star (Country Boy Lullaby)”4825 
“I Deserve a Drink”5227 
“Money on Me”7239 
“Single Than She Was”5631 
“Last Drive Down Main”6536 
“Me to Me”7138 
“180 (Lifestyle)”6335 
“Had It”7541 
“Good Girl Gone Missin'”6937 
“Outlook”7642 
“Dying Man”4322 
“Stand by Me”22Almost Healed

Music videos

TitleYearAlbum
“Red”2023The Mockingbird & the Crow
   
“Stand by Me”Almost Healed
   
Music videos  
YearVideoDirector
2017“The Way I Talk”TK McKamy
 “Up Down” (with Florida Georgia Line)Justin Clough
2018“Whiskey Glasses”Justin Clough
2019“Chasin’ You”
2020“More Than My Hometown”Justin Clough
 “7 Summers”
2022“You Proof”Justin Clough
 “Thought You Should Know”

Awards and Nominations

YearAssociationCategoryNominated workResult
2019CMT Music AwardsBreakthrough Video of the Year“Whiskey Glasses”Nominated
2019Country Music Association AwardsNew Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
2020Academy of Country Music AwardsNew Male Artist of the YearHimselfNominated
2020Country Music Association AwardsNew Artist of the YearHimselfWon
2020iHeartRadio Music AwardsCountry Song of The Year“Whiskey Glasses”Nominated
2020iHeartRadio Music AwardsBest New Country ArtistHimselfWon
2020Billboard Music AwardsTop Country Song“Whiskey Glasses”Nominated
2020Billboard Music AwardsTop Country AlbumIf I Know MeNominated
2020CMT Music AwardsMale Video of the Year“Chasin You’ (Dream Video)”Nominated
2020American Music AwardsFavorite Male Artist-CountryHimselfNominated
2020American Music AwardsFavorite Album-CountryIf I Know MeNominated
2021Billboard Music AwardsTop Song Sales ArtistHimselfNominated
2021Billboard Music AwardsTop Country ArtistHimselfWon
2021Billboard Music AwardsTop Country Male ArtistHimselfWon
2021Billboard Music AwardsTop Country AlbumMorgan Wallen, Dangerous: The Double AlbumWon
2021Billboard Music AwardsTop Country SongMorgan Wallen, “Chasin’ You”Nominated
2021Country Music Association AwardsAlbum of the YearDangerous: The Double AlbumNominated
2021American Music AwardsFavorite Male Artist-CountryHimselfNominated
2021American Music AwardsFavorite Album-CountryDangerous: The Double AlbumNominated
2021Country Now AwardsFavorite Male ArtistHimselfWon
2021Country Now AwardsFavorite AlbumDangerous: The Double AlbumWon
2022Academy of Country Music AwardsAlbum of the YearDangerous: The Double AlbumWon
2022Country Music Association AwardsEntertainer of the YearHimselfNominated
2022Country Music Association AwardsMale Vocalist of the YearHimselfNominated
2022American Music AwardsFavorite Male Country ArtistHimselfWon
2022American Music AwardsFavorite Country Song“Wasted on You”Won
2023ARIA Music AwardsBest International ArtistHimselfNominated
2023Country Music Association AwardsEntertainer of the YearHimselfNominated
2023Country Music Association AwardsMale Vocalist of the YearHimselfNominated
2023Country Music Association AwardsAlbum of the YearOne Thing at a TimeNominated
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop ArtistHimselfNominated
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Billboard 200 ArtistHimselfNominated
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Radio Songs ArtistHimselfNominated
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Song Sales ArtistHimselfNominated
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Billboard Global 200 ArtistHimselfNominated
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Streaming Songs ArtistHimselfWon
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Country ArtistHimselfWon
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Male Country ArtistHimselfWon
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Male ArtistHimselfWon
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Hot 100 ArtistHimselfWon
2023Billboard Music AwardsBillboard Music Award for Top Country Touring ArtistHimselfWon
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Country AlbumOne Thing at a TimeWon
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Billboard 200 AlbumOne Thing at a TimeWon
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Streaming Song“Last Night”Won
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Country Song“Last Night”Won
2023Billboard Music AwardsTop Hot 100 SongWon

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