Morgan Wallen has been teasing new music via his social media over the last few weeks. Could it be that he is currently working on a new project, which would follow his record-breaking project, Dangerous: The Double Album?
First, the country music superstar shared a live performance clip of a brand new song that he co-wrote alongside Miranda Lambert and Nicolle Gaylon called “Thought You Should Know.” The emotion-filled track was written in the form of a phone call to his mom, Lesli Wallen, detailing some life updates and all that he has gone through over the recent years.
Not long after sharing “Thought You Should Know,” the East Tennessee native shared an unreleased demo of a banjo-infused song that pays tribute to everything that makes him a country boy, which Wallen admitted the demo got him “fired up.”
Now on Wednesday (June 16), Wallen is teasing fans with a brief clip via his Instagram story of himself in the studio with his longtime friend and labelmate, HARDY.
“We workin hardy,” Wallen captioned the muted clip in his story, which showed a video footage from a studio with HARDY and a few other people and what appears to be studio musicians recording a track for presumably a new song.
HARDY later reposted Wallen’s story on Instagram and added a shushing emoji.
While neither Wallen or HARDY have confirmed that new music or a collaboration is on the way, fans are showcasing their excitement across the internet, eager for another collab from the pair.
Additionally, the singers previously joined forces for two collaborative hits “He Went To Jared” and “Turn You Down,” both of which appeared on HARDY’s latest project, Hixtape Vol. 1. HARDY has previously teased that he is potentially thinking about creating a second version of Hixtape, so we can only hope.
In addition to releasing the two aforementioned collaborations, HARDY has co-penned several songs on Wallen’s latest project, Dangerous: The Double Album, including “Sand In My Boots,” “More Than My Hometown,” “Still Goin’ Down,” “Beer Don’t,” “Somethin’ Country,” “This Bar” and “Livin’ The Dream.”