Welcome to another edition of CMM's "Track of the Day." This is where we bring you two great songs you might not have heard. Generally, one of the songs is relatively older, and the other is relatively newer.
Author: Leon Blair
I don't think there's a real easy way to start this review.
When discussing Blake Shelton's newest studio album, If I'm Honest, there's really only one huge event you can talk about that played a part in the making of it. We all know what it is. This isn't me writing another review for an indie act explaining their background and why you should be listening to them. This is Blake Shelton, and unless you've been living under a rock for the past year, you know exactly what event I'm talking about.
The divorce between Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert is one that seemed to go as quick as it could for a celebrity couple. The details behind the “why” were never clearly answered, and as most muscians need to do in times of hardship, Blake Shelton decided to express his feelings through his music. Indeed, Blake Shelton's tenth album was self-proclaimed to be his most personal and honest work to date, covering topics such as his marriage to Lambert as well as his newfound love in Gwen Stefani.