Blake Shelton talked about the future of his music at a party that was held in Nashville last week to celebrate his latest single “God’s Country” hitting number one.
He told a group of journalists before the party got underway, “Everything is icing on the cake for me at this point and all I want to do is make the records that I want to make with the people I want to make ’em with. Outside of that, I don’t care how they package them or what they do with it.”
Shelton said he’s glad he found the new duet with Trace Adkins called “Hell Right.” “I’m glad we’re not up here right now talking about this album coming out because if that was the situation I probably wouldn’t have this new song that we’re super pumped about that will probably be next, it seems like it.”
Blake said just before ending the interview, “I’m just having a blast with it. So, yeah, we have a ton of stuff recorded. Will all of it see the light of day? The way the music industry works these days, probably. I don’t know when or how.”