Morgan Wallen Says He’d Be Interested in a Collaboration with Miley Cyrus

by Joe Rutland
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Could there be a future collaboration between country music singer Morgan Wallen and Miley Cyrus? For his part, Wallen is onboard with the possibility.

Wallen responded to a fan’s Tweet mentioning the possible musical tandem.

Coincidentally, Wallen, the CMA New Artist of the Year, is busy putting out songs in advance of his sophomore effort “Dangerous: The Double Album.”

Those songs include “Somebody’s Problem,” “Still Goin’ Down,” and “Livin’ The Dream.”

Meanwhile, here’s the official lyric video for “Still Goin’ Down.”

Wallen Knows Fame And Fortune Carry Plenty Of Issues

Also, Wallen has developed a profound understanding about the trappings of fame and fortune.

That is the message he delivers in “Livin’ The Dream.”

In a TikTok video, Wallen described the song as “one of, if not the most personal song on my new record.”

The singer went on to describe how fame does not always equal happiness. He wrote, “I know I’m super blessed and usually damn happy. But not always. This came from the ‘not always’ part. I bet some of y’all can relate.”

According to his website, “Morgan Wallen has staked his claim as country music’s next superstar with nearly 3 BILLION+ on-demand streams, MULTI-PLATINUM certifications, and three consecutive chart-toppers. ‘Unapologetically fresh and modern’ (The Tennessean), the dynamic Tennessee native has been riding a red hot streak since 2017.”

Accolades include the 2020 CMA Award for New Artist of the YearBest New Country Artist at the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards, Billboard‘s No. 1 song of 2019 on both the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts (multi-week No. 1 “Whiskey Glasses”) and named one of PEOPLE‘s Ones to Watch, plus high-profile features in the Los Angeles TimesAssociated PressThe Washington PostGenius, and more.

Incidentally, Wallen is still waiting to hear back from Cyrus on the possible collaboration.

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