Blake Shelton Is ‘All About’ His Duet With Miranda Lambert
Blake Shelton is gearing up to release his second 'six-pak' album, 'All About Tonight,' later this month, just about five months after the release of his first, 'Hillbilly Bone.'
One of the tracks from the upcoming album that the singer-songwriter is really eager for folks to hear is the duet with fiancé Miranda Lambert, called 'Draggin' the River.' "It is the exact type of duet our fans would expect us to do," Blake tells People. "We sing about being crazy in love and running away."
Another collaboration with the future Mrs. Shelton is the ballad 'Suffocating,' which Miranda co-wrote with Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott.
The six-pak will be released August 10, but fans can pre-order it on his website here. "'All About Tonight' has a vibe to it from beginning to end," Blake promises. "The songs make you want to play air guitar. Even the ballads have a more sing-along quality to them."
The first single and title track, 'All About Tonight,' is currently sitting in the Top 10. Other tracks on the album include his own personal "song with a great pick-up line" with 'Who Are You When I'm Not Looking,' as well as 'Got a Little Country' and 'That Thing We Do.'