Blake Shelton has released a string of hit singles from his latest album, "Fully Loaded: God's Country," one of which was "Hell Right" featuring Trace Adkins. While the original video came out months ago, Shelton surprised fans with a new, Motion Graphic Series version of it on Tuesday.
"Awesome song from Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins. They did a awesome job with hillbilly bone and now with hell right another awesome job on this song," one fan said in the comments.
"I love Blake's music and his personality is so cute. His looks ain't shabby either," another said.
"That deep voice when he says Heeell Rrryght ...I love it. Nice song," a third wrote.
“It’s rooted from the same place that ‘God’s Country’ is and I love that about it,” Shelton told The Tennessean. “It’s not coming from chasing any sound. It’s what feels right to me right now. I think ‘Hell Right’ is going to take what we started with ‘God’s Country’ and take it to the next level.”
“I wanted him on this record because I knew there was a story to this song, but there was also a personality to the story that he could help amplify and take it to the next level,” Shelton continued. “Trace is not only one of my best friends in the world that I would do anything for, he’s also one of my favorite artists in the world and one of the most unique sounding singers that has come through Nashville in the last 30 years. He brings a personality to his recordings that can’t be copied."
PopCulture.com has more details on what's next for Shelton:
Shelton will have plenty of chances to sing "Hell Right' with Adkins when Adkins serves as one of the opening acts on Shelton's upcoming Friends and Heroes Tour, which kicks off in February. Before that takes place, Shelton will head to the 2020 Grammy Awards, where he is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance, for "God's Country," and will also perform "Nobody But You" during the live broadcast, with his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani.