Morgan Wallen's vast, 30-track double album Dangerous is nearly three years in the making, written largely throughout the chapter of his career that has established him as "the fastest rising young star in country" (Variety). With the project's arsenal of writers ranging from storytelling titans Ashley Gorley, Shane McAnally, Hillary Lindsey, Rhett Akins and Lee Thomas Miller, to two of Wallen's biggest musical inspirations Eric Church and Jason Isbell, to his closest musical confidants Hardy, Ernest and Ryan Vojtesak (aka Charlie Handsome), Dangerous: The Double Album further establishes the signature sound crafted by Wallen and producer Joey Moi on his No. 1 Platinum debut If I Know Me.
Presented here on triple vinyl LP, the double shot holds both of Wallen's current country singles – "More Than My Hometown" and the viral smash "7 Summers" – as well as his critically acclaimed cover of Isbell's "Cover Me Up," New Year's surprise release "This Bar," and the countrified album version of 3x Platinum Diplo collaboration, "Heartless."
""The 'double album' idea started off as just a joke between me and my manager because we had accumulated so many songs over the past couple of years," Wallen shares. "Then quarantine hit and we realized it might actually be possible to have enough time to make it happen. I also ended up writing quite a few more songs during the quarantine with some of my good buddies. After a few months of production and fine tuning, I am so proud of what we came up with. I know 30 songs sounds like a lot to digest, but I truly did my best to make sure there's not a song that I would press "next" on. I also wanted the songs to speak to multiple phases of life, and have multiple different sounds based on my influences and based on what I enjoy."