(Listen) Blake Shelton Shares New Tune, “Money,” From Upcoming Album

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Just one day before the release of his 11th studio album, Texoma Shore, Blake Shelton is releasing “Money,” a fourth track—not including his current single, “I’ll Name the Dogs”— from the upcoming project.

The new tune, which follows three new songs released this week— “At The House,” “I Lived It” and “Turnin’ Me On” —gives fans a sample of what’s to come from his new album, due out Friday, Nov. 3.

“This is one of those songs that’s just fun,” Shelton said in a statement. “It’s meant to be fun, it’s ridiculous and it’s Craig Wiseman at his best. This is one of those songs that I’m just thankful that, for whatever reason, Craig [sent to me]. He always sends me a gem over for each one of my albums, and this song I think is special. It has the potential to be remembered for a very, very long time.”


“Money,” written by Craig Wiseman, James Bailey and Ryan Ogren, has Shelton singing about a woman who makes a guy feel rich when he’s with her, even if he’s technically not.

“Hey girl put that got that million dollar kiss / know just what to do with it / get me feeling filthy rich / hey girl, put that body all on me / like i hit the lottery / everything you do to me, honey, that’s money,” Shelton sings in the chorus.

Amidst the album release week, Shelton announced that he will be hitting the road for his Country Music Freaks Tour alongside Brett Eldredge, Carly Pearce and special guest Trace Adkins. The tour kicks off in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Feb. 15.

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