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Wallen goes "Up Down"

Friday, October 27, 2017 – Morgan Wallen put out a music video for his latest single "Up Down," featuring Florida Georgia Line.

The song goes for adds on Nov. 27.

"I connected with this song the first time I heard it and was honored when BK and Tyler asked to get in on it," said Wallen, who is on the Big Loud label. "Now that it's out and people are loving it as much as I do, I'm so pumped to perform it every night on the road with my buddy Chris Lane."

Born in Sneedville, Tenn., Wallen began performing for his local congregation at three. After moving to Music City in 2015, he's co-written with Craig Wiseman, Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins and the Warren Brothers, Working wit producer Joey Moi, he put out a five-song EP, "The Way I Talk," last year. Wallen has had cuts by Jason Aldean and Kane Brown, Dustin Lynch's "Party Song" and A Thousand Horses' "Preachin' To The Choir."

Wallen had an opening slot on FGL's "The Smooth Tour 2017" and just went on the road on Lane's Take Back Home Tour.

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