Morgan Wallen‘s third album is formally on the best way. The country star took to his socials on Monday (Jan. 30) to unfold the information about his genre-blending upcoming LP, One Factor at a Time.
Wallen revealed that the album, which incorporates a whopping 36 tracks — together with two songs with options from HARDY and ERNEST — will likely be launched through Massive Loud / Mercury / Republic Information on March 3. The announcement additionally featured the album’s cowl artwork — a photograph of him posing in entrance of his grandmother’s dwelling in Sneedville, Tenn. — and the album’s observe listing. To have fun, Wallen will likely be dropping “Final Evening,” “All the pieces I Love” and “I Wrote the E book” from the album on Monday evening. Followers can pre-order the album now.
“This file represents the previous couple of years of my life, the highs and the lows,” the nation singer shared in a press launch. “It additionally brings collectively the musical influences which have formed me as an artist – nation, various and hip-hop. There are 36 songs on this album as a result of we simply stored exploring with recent lyrics, music and manufacturing concepts and these are the songs that felt proper to me. It was a blast to create, and I used to be so grateful to be again within the studio to put this out for my followers.”
“I simply attempt to inform it how it’s – the great, the unhealthy, the love, the heartbreak. That’s all I understand how to do,” Wallen added. “My hope is that this album makes my followers proud; makes ‘em snort, smirk, cry, and suppose – identical to it did for me.”
One Factor at a Time is the follow-up to 2021’s Harmful: The Double Album, which spent 10 weeks at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 and a whopping 92 weeks (to date) atop the Top Country Albums chart. This will likely be Wallen’s first full-length venture since he was caught on video saying the N-word in February 2021 and was quickly suspended by his label and had his music pulled from streaming playlists and radio. He has since apologized and gone on to carry out (and decide up prizes) at awards exhibits and returned to the street.
See Wallen’s album announcement beneath.