“I Don’t Think So” Blake Says When Asked If He’ll Record A Duets Album With Gwen

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Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have now released four duets together. They are….

  • “Go Ahead and Break My Heart,” released in 2016
  • “You Make It Feel Like Christmas,” released in 2017
  • “Nobody but You,” released in 2019
  • “Happy Anywhere,” released in 2020

“Happy Anywhere,” the newest of Shelton and Stefani’s four collaborations, was just released on July 24 and has taken country music by storm. It sat at the #1 spot on the iTunes chart for some time and was the most-added song on country radio in the week of its release.

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This success comes hot on the heels of “Nobody but You” claiming the Country Airplay chart’s #1 spot for the week ending in May 2. 

Shelton and Stefani have proven to be a dynamic duo capable of releasing hit songs. So will they ever release a full duets album together?

This is the exact question country radio host Bobby Bones asked Shelton when he called in for a phone interview on July 28. But the answer Shelton gave isn’t the one most fans were likely wanting to hear.

I don’t think so,” he said.

Shelton has been outspoken in the past about how he no longer sees a real point in releasing full albums anymore. He touched on this while speaking with Bones, saying, “The more and more time that goes by I’m starting to wonder why even do an album at all. I’m having a blast just putting out singles.”

The last album Shelton released was in 2019, and was a compilation album titled Fully Loaded: God’s Country. It mostly contained older material, but featured a few new tracks such as “Nobody but You,” “Hell Right” and “God’s Country.”

Since he isn’t big on releasing albums, Shelton doesn’t plan to release a duets record with Stefani any time soon. But he did at least mention the possibility of putting together an album of their songs years down the road.

Maybe at the end of 10 or 20 years here, we’ll have enough duets together that we can put ‘em all together as a hits package,” he said. “I don’t know.

Listen to Shelton talk more about a future duets album with Stefani in the clip below.

We’d love to hear a Shelton/Stefani duets album one day…no matter how far away that day may be!