Bits & Pieces: Morgan Wallen, Parker McCollum, Breland, Nate Smith
Morgan Wallen has once again topped the Billboard Country Airplay chart with “Thought You Should Know.” This marks his eighth #1 hit. Morgan’s next album, One Thing At A Time, comes out on March 3.
Parker McCollum revealed that his new album Never Enough, will be released on May 12. It will include his new single, “I Ain’t Going Nowhere,” which he describes as a testament to where he is right now in life.
Breland has released a duet version of his single, “For What It’s Worth” featuring the vocals of Alana Springsteen. Through a press release, he said he had overwhelming responses from women who wished their exes would own up to their mistakes and because of that, he “knew a woman’s perspective would take the song to another level.” Look for Breland to open this year for both, Walker Hayes and Shania Twain tours.
Nate Smith dropped two new tracks, “Better Boy” and “Oil Spot.” His most recent single, “Whiskey On You” spent two weeks at #1 and was certified Platinum. Nate’s self-titled, debut album will be released on April 28.