Morgan Wallen tops the hip hop charts, wants to work with Kendrick Lamar

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Morgan Wallen finished 2021 at the top of the hip-hop charts thanks to his collaboration with Lil Durk, “Broadway Girls.”

The track was released just before the Christmas holidays and topped the charts. Following that success, Wallen appeared on a Clubhouse talk show hosted by Druski to discuss the victory – and the February insulting incident was not once brought up. Instead, Variety reports the conversation focused on the future of country / hip-hop crossovers, fishing, and dating.

During the conversation, Wallen admits that he loves hip-hop music and that Moneybagg Yo is his current favorite rapper. When asked about his ideal collaborator, Wallen had a few rappers in mind.

“I love Moneybagg; he’s definitely at the top of the list, ”Wallen told Druski. “But like overall, I try to think of not just the past – Kendrick Lamar would be pretty cool. “

When asked what he listens to, Wallen takes a look at his hip-hop favorites from Spotify. “Honestly my best stuff on Spotify was all hip-hop, Moneybagg is probably my favorite. And I listened to a lot of Young Dolph – RIP. I listened to Drake’s new album. I listen to Kanye; I listened to a bit but from Gunna. I like it quite well.

Druski continued the conversation by asking Morgan Wallen how the “Broadway Girls” hip-hop collaboration came to life.

“That song kind of came out this summer, and I was really, really, really excited,” Wallen says. “Durk commented on my Instagram so I reached out to him. Me and him had talked a bit throughout the year and developed a kind of friendship.

While hosts refrained from referring to the insult controversy earlier this year, audiences have asked about it. “On ‘Good Morning America,’ you pledged about $ 500,000 to Black Lives Matter charities. How did you choose the charities? asked a member of the audience.

The Black Music Action Coalition received the majority of these funds at $ 300,000. Another $ 100,000 went to Rock Against Racism and the remaining $ 100,000 was allocated by the end of the year.