Morgan Wallen is reflecting on his “highest and lowest points” of his momentous year in 2020.
The “More Than My Hometown” singer shared a message with fans on Instagram recapping some of his favorite parts of the last year.
“I wanted to make a more serious post for 2020. I don’t really take pics of just me but this was a part of a photoshoot that I scrapped so I’ll just use this one,” Wallen began. “I could easily have a bad attitude towards the year, and I do in some ways.”
He says that “instead of lingering on the many negative things that plagued us all” in 2020, he decided to go the other direction with his message to share the positives of his year as most of his negative thing were “public knowledge anyways.”
Wallen said that while he and some family and friends were sitting at dinner on New Year’s Eve, they discussed some of their highest and lowest points and he decided to share some of those with fans. The first one being his son, Indigo Wilder Wallen, who was born in July of this year, which he says was a “very special moment” of this year for him.
“My son was born and it was/is the most incredible, scary, beautiful thing of my life,” Wallen gushed. “He is healthy, happy, hell he’s even funny already. I know i’m always gonna be a little wild and crazy, but I pray that he knows my heart and that I show him a fraction of the love of Jesus my dad and mama have shown me.”
He continued to explain that he learned that “real friends are something to be treasured” and to hold you “real ones” and your “family at a “higher value” and he says he is doing that more now than he has ever done before.
The superstar went on to talk about his incredible year as a musician as he career has grown in a way that he says he “could never have imagined” and he thanks his loyal fans for that.
“My musical career grew in a way that I never could have imagined,” Wallen explained in his social media post. “That’s because of y’all. My band, crew, friends I write songs with and who write songs for me pour our heart and soul into the music and I don’t think I can ever put into words how grateful I am that y’all appreciate it the way you do.”
Very grateful for all of the success that he has achieved over the course of 2020 and beyond, he said he doesn’t know what else he could ask for, “except a farm” which he says he is currently “working on that.”
He ended the reflective message with a thank you note to fans saying “thank y’all for rocking with me thru the good and bad. I truly love y’all and I hope 2021 is better for us all. God bless y’all and God bless country music, Amen.”
You can read his full message on Instagram or below.