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FutureStarr#Morgan #Wallen's 'One Thing at a Time' Blasts to Over 100 Million US Streakers
Morgan Wallen's new country album, 'One Thing at a Time' is off to an impressive start in the United States. It already generated seven Top 10 hits on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.
Wallen's music is an eclectic blend of country, rock and hip-hop. He was raised listening to his father's hard rock music as well as his mother's contemporary Christian tunes.
"Whiskey Glasses" is one of the most beloved songs on Morgan Wallen's debut album, 'One Thing at a Time'. This heartfelt ballad tells an inspiring tale about finding love again and healing from broken hearts.
Wallen is not only talented and passionate about his music, it shows in the way he sings, crafts lyrics and promotes Black artists and musicians.
His latest single, 'Last Night,' has gone on a meteoric rise to 88 stations in its first week and sits atop the country airplay chart. Additionally, it makes Billboard's Hot Country Songs Top 30 list, making it his fifth Top 40 hit.
On March 3rd, Wallen released his album 'One Thing at a Time' through Big Loud Records. This collection of songs encompasses Wallen's life's highs and lows over the past three years.
It's an eclectic blend of genres and styles that makes it impossible to listen to the entire album in one sitting, but it is a captivating listen for anyone who appreciates good storytelling.
Aside from 'Whiskey Glasses,' other notable tracks on the album include "The Way I Talk," "Sand in My Boots," and "7 Summers." All three songs deal with relationships with friends and family that have come to an end.
The video for 'The Way I Talk' quickly went viral, garnering one million views within 24 hours. Filmed at a bar, the clip features an intimate exchange between two women.
The video for Wallen's hit single, 'Sand in My Boots,' went viral on YouTube with over 6 million views, cementing itself as one of his biggest successes. Written with Sergio Sanchez from Atom Smash, the song has had an enormous effect on Wallen's career; it quickly went viral.
Wallen's newest album, One Thing at a Time, is on track to becoming her second chart-topping set (following Dangerous: The Double Album), according to initial sales and streaming-and-track equivalent figures from Luminate. As of Wednesday, March 9th Luminate tracking week which ended on Wednesday March 9th reported initial sales of 52,000 digital album units and 61,000 physical units plus 87,000 equivalent album units in the U.S.
One Thing at a Time, released March 3 through Big Loud Records and featuring country, alternative rock and hip-hop influences in songs with more of a personal perspective, is an expansive 36-song album released March 3. Tracks like "The Way I Talk" and "Thought You Should Know" delves into Wallen's relationship with his mother as well as offering regrets for past mistakes.
On the contrary, Wallen's song "Wine Into Water" offers a more upbeat outlook on life as he encourages women to open their hearts and minds. Additionally, it serves as a tribute to his mother, who has supported him through everything he's ever accomplished.
Wallen is a successful songwriter and has achieved several radio hits, such as "Sand in My Boots" and "7 Summers." Additionally, he competed on NBC's The Voice where Adam Levine stole him away and later signed to Big Loud Records.
Wallen continues to be a controversial figure within country music, yet his fans remain fiercely dedicated. That passion helped his album Dangerous: The Double Album reach the summit of both Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums charts - remaining there for 96 weeks, the longest run by any solo artist since Drake's Views in 2016. Additionally, it became the highest-charting all-genre album of 2021 according to Luminate.
Morgan Wallen has made a name for himself in country music despite his arrest and an incident captured on video outside his home. With hits like "Whiskey Glasses" with Florida Georgia Line and Dangerous: The Double Album, his 4x platinum ACM Album of the Year has spent an unprecedented 96 weeks at #1 on both Top Country Albums chart and Billboard 200 (tying for any country artist's longest run ever), along with 108 weeks consecutively inside top 10 positions on either chart.
Wallen has earned praise throughout his career for the power of his songs, which capture and express the emotions he feels most deeply. Additionally, his music has raised nearly $3 million for causes close to his heart; $3 from every U.S. ticket sold during each tour goes towards supporting The Morgan Wallen Foundation.
On his new 30-track album, One Thing at a Time, the opening track is the melancholy "Sand in My Boots." In it, a man tells a girl he wants to take her back home to Tennessee but then discovers she doesn't want to go. In hopes that she will reconsider her decision and change her mind, the song offers encouragement that things may go differently for everyone involved.
This song is the ideal opener to Wallen's new album. It's an upbeat tune and a prime example of why his music continues to gain momentum.
With his latest singles "Sand in My Boots" and "One Thing at a Time," Wallen is back on the radio waves and thankful for his fans. Additionally, he thanked country radio programmers for their support as well.
One Thing at a Time, Morgan Wallen's deeply personal third album (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic Records), will be released worldwide on March 3rd. The set's leadoff track "Born With A Beer In My Hand" and closing song "Dying Man" provide an intimate look into his life thus far.
Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne's title track, written with Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, debuts at No. 1 on the all-genre Hot Country Songs chart dated August 29 and marks the first title to enter the top 10 since December 2017. With 23,100 downloads sold and debuting at No. 1 on Country Digital Song Sales, this poignant tune reminds us that life doesn't last forever so it's best to appreciate the little things while they last.
Wallen's song will surely bring many to tears, and he doesn't hold back when expressing his emotions. He says:
Though the idea behind this song is nothing new, it serves as a powerful reminder to live in the moment and appreciate everything that happens around us.
This song perfectly captures the feeling of waking up and realizing how quickly time passes. It can be easy to forget the fleeting moments we cherish most, so make sure you take time to savor them while they last.
The video for this song was shot in the back of a pickup truck on a Saturday night while Wallen is driving along a rural highway near his hometown of Arlington, Texas. He opens up the top on an icy beer before getting behind the wheel, cranking up the radio and getting ready to head home for some much-needed rest.
On March 3rd, Morgan Wallen released his massive 36-track third album One Thing at a Time. This is her first studio album since Dangerous: The Double Album which spent an incredible 96 weeks at No. 1 on both Top Country Albums and all genre Billboard 200 charts.
The record also broke streaming-age chart records for most tracks atop the charts for a single artist and nonconsecutive weeks on top of the country albums chart. As of its most recent ranking on March 4, One Thing at a Time has amassed over 100 million U.S. streaming streams, making it the highest-selling country album in that genre's history (beating Drake's Views).
No surprise here - this record delivers on his most iconic themes but does nothing to revolutionize our perception of him or his music. Instead, it serves to demonstrate that his fans' devotion to his everyman image and romanticism still keeps him flying high.
The song also implies that Wallen is in the midst of a transitional period, as he prepares to launch a new chapter with his fanbase. It serves as the ideal opportunity for him to apologize to his audience for the N-word incident in 2022 and demonstrate that he has learned from his mistakes. Additionally, it serves as proof that with patience and understanding he can continue creating songs which remain as relevant today as they were then. Hopefully this will further boost Wallen's already impressive chart positions and fan base growth momentum.