Justin Moore and his wife are expecting their fourth bundle of joy this June. Already proud parents to three daughters, Moore says his wife wants to be surprised by the gender of their fourth child, and there won't be any fancy baby gender reveal like fellow country star Thomas Rhett.

"It's a battle that's ongoing in my house," he admits. "Kate didn't want to find out with our youngest. I convinced her to, broke her down, talked her into it. She is adamant that we will not find out this time which I despise the idea. I just hate surprises. I don't like good ones, bad ones. If anyone has any surprises for me, don't. I don't like them. I don't know if it's a control thing or what."

While Moore is still thinking he could probably talk his wife into finding out their baby's gender, he admits that this idea is selfish.

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"I want to find out, she doesn't want to find out so we're not going to find out," he tells Taste of Country and other reporters at his recent No. 1 party for "You Look Like I Need a Drink" in Nashville.

Moore is very happy being in a home surrounded by four girls and he says people keep asking if he's the one who keeps trying for a boy. It turns out it isn't him.

"I was done with three girls. I was happy with my girls but my wife wants a boy so bad she can't stand it. She worked on me for about a year. She finally got me drunk and took advantage of me," he says with a laugh.

Grateful for his sixth No. 1 a decade into his career, Moore says his sixth chart topper is no less special than his first. In fact, he says it's more special to be able to share it with his friends.

"I'm very much appreciative to folks like you who have been so kind to me for a decade now and to radio and fans. I think a song like this one at this stage of my career reminds me of how fortunate I am to have been doin' it for the number of years we've been doing it for," he concedes.

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