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There's "No Body" for Shelton

Monday, August 15, 2022 – Blake Shelton will release a new single, "No Body," this Friday.

The song is presumably part of an upcoming project. Shelton's last CD was "Body Language."

"I get excited and feel like a kid every time we release new music," said Shelton. "But this song in particular takes me back to the '90s when I was in high school and first moved to Nashville, because it feels like what the music sounded like at that time."

Written by Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins and Josh Kear, "No Body" tells the story of a guy who doesn't want to be with "No Body" but the person he's with. "The hook confused me the first time I heard it. I'm hoping it's the same way for everyone else so they have to listen to it a bunch of times to figure it out," sai Shelton."

Both the song and the official music video will be available on Friday. Filmed in a country bar in the Los Angeles area, the video harkens back to that '90s era when country establishments were filled with patrons line dancing.

Shelton, who is celebrating his 12th year as a Grand Ole Opry member, will return to the Opry stage in Nashville on Sept. 10 for performances in both the early and late shows.


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