Blake Shelton Earn Sixth Career No. 1 Album with ‘Texoma Shore’

Blake Shelton just earned his sixth No. 1 album with the release of 'Texoma Shore' out to fans less than two years after 'If I'm Honest.'

Written by Kelly Brickey
Blake Shelton Earn Sixth Career No. 1 Album with ‘Texoma Shore’
Blake Shelton; Album art courtesy Warner Music Nashville

In less than two years, Blake Shelton took home two No. 1 albums with the first being his personal record, If I’m Honest, released back in mid-2016 and now with Texoma Shore hitting that top position.

Shelton topped the Billboard Country Albums Chart with Texoma Shore, and even earned himself his 11th time for reaching the top 10 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums list. Although it isn’t the first time for the Oklahoma native to notch that position in his career, he nevertheless expressed his thankfulness toward his fans for their unwavering support throughout the years.

“I can’t believe that 17 years into making records and my fans are still so supportive,” said Shelton in a press release. “I mean a No. 1 album? When I think it can’t get any better, it does – thanks to them. I love you all!”

Throughout the week leading up to the album’s release, Shelton popped by a number of popular television shows to promote his album and also have a good time in the process. He joked around during his interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and even gave the stamp of approval for Hoda Kotb’s costume on Today during their Halloween special.

Texoma Shore holds 11 new original songs from Shelton, including his current single called “I’ll Name the Dogs.” Inspired by love from his gorgeous girlfriend, Gwen Stefani, the country singer seems to be enjoying where his life is headed throughout the entirety of the record.

Shelton currently continues to coach his potential superstar on NBC’s The Voice, which airs on Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET.