Morgan Wallen Net Worth 2021

How much is Morgan Wallen Worth?

Morgan Wallen is a famous American country music singer and songwriter, and he is currently a recording artist with Big Loud Records. Before starting his music career, Morgan had high hopes of becoming a professional baseball athlete, and when he switched to music, both his popularity and income rose. As of 2021, Morgan Wallen net worth is estimated to be $4 million.

Famous quotes by Morgan Wallen include:

  • “I listened to country music a little bit, but it didn’t enter my life until I started listening to Eric Church.”
  • “I’ve established this kind of wild persona and these redneck party songs and a live show that’s kind of rowdy, but I don’t want people to think that’s what I’m all about.”

Morgan Wallen

Age 28
Born Sneedville, Tennessee
Current location Nashville, Tennessee
Education Gibbs High School
Occupation Country music singer, songwriter
Source of Wealth Music
Relationship status Single
Net worth $4 million
Height 5’10 1/2
Weight 179 lbs
Last updated November 2021

How much money does Morgan Wallen make?

Here is an overview and rough estimate of Morgan Wallen yearly, monthly, weekly, daily, and hourly income. Please keep in mind that the amount of money that he earns is taxable; in which, he falls under the highest tax bracket. Thus, financial planning plays a key role in establishing both short and long-term goals along the path to building wealth.

  • Yearly Income: $1.4 million
  • Monthly Income: $ 116,000
  • Weekly Income: $ 27,000
  • Daily Income: $3,800
  • Hourly Income: $160

How did Morgan Wallen get rich?

Morgan Wallen started accumulating his wealth by developing multiple streams of income from his earnings as a country music singer and live shows.

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About

How old is Morgan Wallen? As a Tennessee native whose full real name is Morgan Cole Wallen, he was born on May 13, 1993 (age 28). His family first lived in Sneedville and later Knoxville, where he grew up. Morgan Wallen parents are known as Tommy and Leslie Wallen. His father is a Southern Baptist church minister, while his mother is a teacher. He has two sisters, Ashlyne and Mikala Wallen.

Wallen attended Gibbs High School in Corryton, Tennessee and received offers for college scholarships through baseball. Unfortunately, he suffered an elbow injury in his senior year, forcing him to discontinue playing baseball and prompting him to pursue a music career instead.

He is always had a special interest in music, having grown up with parents who loved it. As a child, he learned to play the violin, piano, and guitar. Growing up, he regularly sang in church together with his mother and sisters, although he says he didn’t think of having music as a career at that point.

Personal Life 

Morgan has lived in Nashville since 2015. He tries to keep his personal life behind the scenes. Although the big question is Morgan Wallen single? Currently, he is a single dad to his son, Indigo Wilder, who was born in July 2020 and whom he shares with his ex-fiancée, Katie Smith. The singer has not been reported to be dating anyone these days.

Music Career

His music career has gone through quite a few phases since it started in 2014. The following are the major highlights:

  • 2014 – Morgan Wallen on The Voice

Morgan Wallen’s music career began in the sixth season of The Voice, which his mother had signed him up for without his knowledge. He was first picked by Usher during the blind auditions, and then he joined Adam Levine’s team. Sadly, he was eliminated in the Playoffs.

  • 2015 – Panacea Records 

While he was still participating in The Voice, Wallen got to meet vocal coach and Atom Smash lead singer Sergio Sanchez, who later introduced him to Panacea Records, where he signed as a recording artist in 2015. With that label, he worked on his first extended play (EP) record of five songs, Stand Alone. The Stand Alone album came out in August 2015, with the debut single being ‘Spin You Around.’ The EP sold a whopping 15,000 physical copies due to the good publicity surrounding it.

While he was recording, he met guitarist Dominic Frost, drummer Mark Annino, and bassist Luke Rice. The three musicians soon became part of Wallen’s touring band. While still with Panacea, he met Dirk Hemsath, who facilitated his current contract with Big Loud Records.

  • 2016 – Big Loud Records

Wallen signed with Big Loud Records in late 2016 and released his debut single, ‘The Way I Talk,’ under the label immediately after. The music video to the single was released in 2017. Morgan Wallen came out with his first album, If I Know Me, in 2018 and soon after released a second single from the same album, ‘Up Down,’ featuring Florida Georgia Line. The song peaked at number 16 on the Billboard charts. Wallen says he chose to work with the country music duo since they all knew one another.

The singer released the song ‘Whiskey Glasses,’ the album’s third single, to country radio in July 2018. By June 2019, the song was at the top of the Country Airplay Billboard chart. Wallen then became the opening act for Florida George Line’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour in 2019. 

Wallen had several songs topping the country charts with If I Know Me, which reached number one on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. The song stayed on the chart for a record of 114 weeks.

In 2020, Wallen released ‘More Than My Hometown.’ On August 14, he came out with the song ‘7 Summers.’ The latter broke the record for the most first-day streams for a country song on Apple Music.

He released Dangerous: The Double Album in 2021, peaking at number one on the Canadian Albums Chart and America’s Billboard 200. He also had another single, ‘865 Song,’ in the same year.

Awards And Achievements 

Morgan has received several awards for his music. They include the following:

  • For Whiskey Glasses song, he was given an Academy of Country Music (ACM) award (2020)
  • Wallen also has a CMT music award for the song Chasin You (2020)
  • He received three Billboard awards—Top Country Album, Top Country Male Artist, and Top Country Artist—for Dangerous: The Double Album (2021)

Controversy And Apology 

In February 2021, a video of Wallen outside his Nashville home yelling a racial slur and profanities was released to the public by a media portal. When that happened, his record label announced the indefinite suspension of his contract. In addition, his co-signed record label, Republic Records, nodded to Big Loud Records’ decision.

CMT reacted as well by removing all of Wallen performances from its platforms, saying the network doesn’t condone any actions or words against their values of equity, diversity, and inclusion.

The singer has since apologized publicly for his behavior. He told the media he’s aware that using such a racial slur is inappropriate and unacceptable and wishes it were something he could take back. However, even with the controversy, his music is still topping the charts and being nominated for awards.

Future 

Wallen has had a highly successful music career so far, and his $4 million net worth is a testimony to that fact. Despite getting into trouble with some record labels and award-giving bodies, his future continues to look bright as he hasn’t stopped receiving massive support from his fans.

In addition, most of the platforms he is been banned from, such as radio stations, are slowly playing his songs on the airwaves again. His record label has also lifted his suspension and has welcomed him back to their roster.

Sources

Morgan Wallen at Forbes

soundcloud.com/morgan-wallen at Sound Cloud

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