Blake Shelton has dropped a deluxe edition of his latest album, "Body Language," that features four new tracks, including collaborations with Brooks & Dunn and Hardy and a love song written with longtime friend Craig Wiseman. The deluxe edition also features his brand new single “Come Back As A Country Boy,” which was released on country radio. The original "Body Language" album has already yielded the Platinum-certified No. 1 “Happy Anywhere” with Shelton’s wife, Gwen Stefani. Talking about his new single, Blake says, “Come Back As A Country Boy’ is a song basically about just having so much pride about being country and living the country lifestyle that even if you come back to the life, you wouldn’t do it unless you could be country again.” Shelton will wrap Friends and Heroes 2021 this weekend with shows in Grand Rapids, Detroit and Milwaukee alongside special guest Lindsay Ell as well as Martina McBride, Tracy Byrd and Trace Adkins. The tour’s recent sold-out stop at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena also included surprise guests Gwen Stefani and country music icon, John Anderson. Shelton has had 28 No. 1s on the Billboard Country Airplay chart and nearly a dozen Gold and Platinum-certified singles. Over the past two decades, he’s accumulated more than 8.5 billion global on-demand streams and 13 million U.S. album sales.
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