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Blake Shelton Gets ‘Reloaded’: The Ram Report

‘The Voice’ coach delivers 20 (possibly 21) Number One hits on compilation out today

Blake Shelton is locked and “reloaded” for his second greatest hits collection, five years after releasing his first.

The Voice coach’s Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits compilation hit stores today, with songs spanning his 2001 debut single, “Austin,” to his current release, “Gonna.” The album’s title might become inaccurate soon, if “Gonna” reaches the chart’s penthouse as Shelton’s 21st Number One. If that happens, he will break his own record for the most consecutive chart-topping country singles.

Other songs on the collection range from party-ready tunes such as “Boys ‘Round Here” and “All About Tonight,” to sentimental weepers including “The Baby” and “God Gave Me You.” Reloaded follows 2010’s Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton, which is a 15-song collection of his hottest singles up to that year.

Shelton is currently filming his ninth season of The Voice and trying for his team’s fifth victory on the show. After a holiday break, he’ll embark on a winter tour in February, with Chris Janson as his opener.

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