Blake Shelton’s new album If I’m Honest represents his best product.
The 39-year-old singer is gathering steam to release his latest record on 20 May. It’s his tenth studio album so when he revealed the quilt on Monday night’s episode of U.S. talent show The Voice, Blake insisted he’s more than like to show off his work.
“I’m pumped up about it!” Blake told the competition of his record. “I think it’s the most beneficial I can do. I literally think it’s the very best I can do.”
The protection for the record includes a black and white headshot of Blake using the words If I’m Honest overlaid in block capitals with blue accents.
And Blake joked on The Voice which the album will likely be his final offering, adding: “That’s more likely to be my last album, I think it’s my last album. I’m merely a coach on The Voice down the road!”
If I’m Honest features Blake’s latest single Came Here to Forget. The romantic, slow track has sparked speculation among fans it is about his divorce from Miranda Lambert and subsequent romance with singer Gwen Stefani.
Blake recently acknowledged the url between the song, that has been co-written by Craig Wiseman and Deric Ruttan, with the exceptional personal life, saying: “I’ve a lot of music over time, but I don’t think I’ve ever experienced a song before that’s this type of direct explore my life.”
Gwen returned the favour by with a song about Blake for my child new album This Is What The Truth Feels Like. The track Make Me Like You features lyrics for instance “Oh God, thank God that I found you, Oh God, cause you now got me missing you.”
In fact, Gwen and Blake in addition have written a song together. It’s so far unclear the place that the song will be, but Blake’s representative confirmed the collaboration.
An insider combined with People magazine that Blake returns to his “real country” roots about the song which gives Gwen to be able to shine, with all the source adding: “It’s amazing how good she sounds with a pretty country song.”