Morgan Wallen set to bring back country music after incident of racial slurs


American country singer Morgan Wallen, whose career imploded when he was filmed making a racial slur, is now attempting a return to music. According to Deadline, Wallen’s label Big Loud has released a new single “Sand In My Boots”, taken from Wallen’s massive hit album, “Dangerous: The Double Album”. The single still faces an uphill battle, as many radio and streaming stations banned it when the insult came to light.

His label had said in February that his recording contract had been suspended “indefinitely” and that he had been disqualified from the awards ceremony. The singer made amends, most recently interviewing on Good Morning America with co-host Michael Strahan. In this interview, which was Wallen’s first since the February incident, he expressed remorse and contrition for his use of the N word and said his actions that night followed several days of heavy drinking. alcohol.

The singer told Strahan, “We say stupid stuff together. In our mind, it was just playful. It sounds ignorant, but that’s really where it came from. It was wrong.” Wallen had used the word in reference to a drunken friend, who is white. He explained, “We were all clearly drunk. I was asking his girlfriend to take care of him.”

“I think I was just ignorant about it. I don’t think I ever sat down and said it was right or wrong,” the singer added. According to Deadline, since the incident, Wallen has had scattered concert appearances, taking the stage with Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean at a recent show in Tennessee. (ANI)

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