You won’t believe how the new Blake Shelton video ends


Blake Shelton is releasing his first new music in about a year, and it’s a great tune. “I’ll Name the Dogs” is a fantastic new single and really romantic. We will probably hear this one a lot at weddings in years to come. It’s a great addition to the wedding music typically played.

In the song, Shelton sings about getting married. He tells his love that he’s not messing around and that it’s time to get married. “I’m talkin’ you and me with the same street name, same last name, same everything.” Later Shelton croons, “You name the babies, and I’ll name the dogs.”

This particular song is reminiscent of music Shelton sang early in his career. However, it still has the modern sound Shelton has grown into. In fact, some of the lyrics of the song are similar to another favorite Shelton song, “Honey Bee.”

But, the fun of the song doesn’t just end with the lyrics. Instead, Shelton created a wonderful new video to go along with it. The video shows a family getting ready for a wedding. Both the bride and the groom are getting ready and reminiscing about days gone by. But, the real treat is what happens at the end of the video when the bride is walking down the aisle.

You won’t want to miss it. The video is available at the top of this story.

That twist ending is something else and isn’t one you would see coming. It’s the perfect end to the perfect video and goes great with the theme of the song. It is a great song and one that could be one of Blake’s best yet.

Naturally, many people think that this is Blake’s way of proposing to Gwen Stefani. However, neither Stefani or Shelton are commenting on these rumors. Instead, they are both busy promoting the new music and looking forward to the future.

Currently, Blake does not have any tour dates coming up, but he is getting ready to start a new season of “The Voice.” Hopefully, with this new single coming out, that means a new album is coming out soon. After that, we can only start hoping for a new tour starting soon after.


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