Why don’t you just meet me in the…studio? Maren Morris is "ready to record" album #2

ABC/Image Group LAWith four words and a photo, Maren Morris announced “she’s ready to record” her sophomore album.

In the picture, Maren’s engagement ring and wedding band are prominently displayed, as her hand hides the potential track list for the album. At the top, you can make out the headings “MM2,” “Studio,” and “Days.”

The “I Could Use a Love Song” hitmaker spent the first part of the year writing and finalizing the songs for the record, had a smash pop hit with Zedd and Grey on “The Middle,” and also squeezed in a wedding and honeymoon with fellow artist Ryan Hurd.

Maren also recorded “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters” for the Elton John/Bernie Taupin tribute Restoration, and sang on the accompanying TV special.

"Rich," which is expected to be Maren's final single from her debut album, 2016's Hero, is poised right now to enter country’s top 40.

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