Morgan Wallen’s Unreleased Cuts That You Need to Listen To ASAP

Although Morgan Wallen has had a rollercoaster of a career thus far, the singer-songwriter continues to share new music with fans in the form of unreleased cuts. Here are six Morgan Wallen unreleased cuts that you need to listen to ASAP.


“You Proof”

Already a fan-favorite, Wallen posted a 1 minute clip of this song back in July, and fans have been begging for its release everyday since. The song is a rhythmic, love song that you cannot help, but to jam to.


“Thought You Should Know”

One of our absolute favorites, “Thought You Should Know” is Wallen’s song for his mother. The singer-songwriter shared the full song on his socials back in May. The song shows that Wallen is continuing to grow both as a human and as a songwriter.


“Don’t Think Jesus”

“Don’t Think Jesus” is one of the newest songs that Wallen has unveiled to fans. Although he didn’t write this one, the ballad clearly touched the singer and reminded him of his own journey thus far. Although Wallen dabbles with different sounds in his song, this one is pure traditional country music at its finest.


“Drink U Back”

A frequent collaborator, Wallen wrote “Drink U Back” with Ernest. The song conveys all the emotions involved in a difficult break-up. All vocals and all heart, the song features a vocally-impressive performance by Wallen, showing his softer and more vulnerable side.



Even without a formal title, this song is a hit! Similar to Wallen’s songs like “Warning” and “865,” the singer leans into a fresh sound with this song that depicts a fling that did not go according to plan on Broadway in downtown Nashville.


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