Blake Shelton says his new album "If I'm Honest" will not give out any "juicy" tidbits about his highly publicized divorce.
Nation vocalist Blake Shelton says his new collection "Truth be told" won't give out any "succulent" goodies about his very exposed separation from Miranda Lambert.
The 39-year-old "Forlorn Night" hitmaker said the tunes don't offer any points of interest of his separation, yet mirrors the passionate condition of his brain all through the scene, reported E! on the web.
"Dislike there's all these delicious points of interest (in the record), yet (blue grass music) fits feelings and things that you experience when you experience a separation and, all the more in this way, the getting over that and proceeding onward and discovering another person," Shelton said.
The nation crooner is "super pleased with" his new music which considers the good and bad times he has been through.
"The most recent eighteen months of my life has actually exploded in my face. That is OK since I'm a nation artist, and I at any rate get the chance to take all that and place it into music… (I) couldn't be more satisfied with the path 'Came Here to Forget' has (taken) off."
The primary single of the collection is "Came Here to Forget," which portrays a couple meeting up in a bar to drink and get over their exes.