Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s new duet, “Happy Anywhere,” is off to a great start at country radio.
The feel-good tune earned the title of most-added this week, with a total of 119 stations adding the song to the rotation. Additionally, with 116 Mediabase stations on board, “Happy Anywhere” notched the third-highest first-week add total of any country song so far in 2020.
Shelton, who has been making the media rounds in support of the song, called into The Bobby Bones Show on Tuesday (July 28) to chat about the release and his time in quarantine with Stefani. The superstar also let the award-winning radio host in on his thoughts about recording a new album.
“It’s hard for me, honestly,” Shelton confessed about the idea of recording a full project. “The more and more time that goes by I’m starting to wonder why even do an album at all. I’m having a blast just putting out singles.”
Shelton, who released Fully Loaded: God’s Country late last year, also weighed in on the possibility of recording a duets album with Stefani.
“I don’t think so,” Shelton admitted. “Maybe at the end of 10 or 20 years here, we’ll have enough duets together that we can put ‘em all together as a hits package. I don’t know.”
“Happy Anywhere” is the couple’s fourth collaboration, following the chart-topping hit, “Nobody But You,” “You Make It Feel Like Christmas” and “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.”