Morgan Wallen is getting ready to release a new album, and it's going to be a long one.
The 29-year-old country singer confirmed on social media that his third album, "One Thing at a Time," will be released on March 3.
Fans of the controversial star, however, better brace themselves for a long listening session. Morgan let her know that the project included a whopping 36 new songs.
"This announcement has been a long time coming," he wrote on Instagram. Not long after, Morgan shared three of his new songs. These include "I Wrote the Book," "Everything I Love," and "Last Night."
One Thing at a Time follows Morgan's 2021 Jeopardy: Double Album. The album became a bestseller upon its release.
However, Morgan's record deal was suspended "indefinitely" and he apologized for not being nominated for a 2021 ACM Award after a video of him using a racial slur surfaced.
Despite the controversy, Morgan won the 2022 ACM Awards for Album of the Year and landed on one of the year's highest-grossing tours.
"This record represents the last few years of my life, with ups and downs," he said of the release in a statement shared with ET Canada. “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’re always experimenting with fresh lyric, musical, and production ideas, and those songs have had a lot of impact on me. fits well."
Whether and how he responds to his past controversies in his new release remains to be seen.
Before you hear Morgan Wallen's three new songs below, check out the album's trailer and its tracklist...