Morgan Wallen is an American country music singer and songwriter. He was born on May 13, 1993, in Sneedville, Tennessee, and raised in nearby Knoxville.
Wallen gained national attention as a contestant on season six of the television show “The Voice” in 2014.
After his stint on “The Voice,” Wallen signed a record deal and released his debut album, “If I Know Me,” in 2018.
The album included the hit singles “Up Down” featuring Florida Georgia Line and “Whiskey Glasses,” which became a multi-platinum hit and topped the Billboard Country chart.
In 2021, he released a double album, “Dangerous,” which also topped the charts and included the hit singles “More Than My Hometown” and “7 Summers.”
In February 2021, Wallen was caught on video using a racial slur, which led to significant backlash and consequences, including his music being removed from some radio stations and award shows.
Despite this controversy, his music continues to be popular among country music fans.
Morgan Wallen Siblings: Meet Ashlyne Wallen, Michael Wallen
Morgan Wallen has two siblings, a sister named Ashlyne Wallen and a brother named Michael Wallen.
Both of his siblings have been supportive of his music career, and Michael has even appeared in some of his music videos.
Ashlyne is also a singer-songwriter and has released her own music in the past. Morgan has often credited his siblings for inspiring his love of music and for being his earliest musical influences.