Blake Shelton & Trace Adkins are here to bring you a rowdy new anthem that will have you saying "Hell Right." The two country stars have just shared their new collaboration, and if you loved Shelton's "Hillbilly Bone" (which also features Adkins) and "Boys 'Round Here," you will undoubtedly be blasting their new song.
Written by David Garcia, Brett Tyler and HARDY, and produced by Shelton's award-winning producer Scott Hendricks, "Hell Right" is a party anthem that will have you raising your glass. In the chorus, the guys sing, "Hell right, hell right/ Everybody's throwin' down on a Friday night/ Somewhere in America/ There's a bottle to burn and a fire to light/ And you ain't done nothin' if you did it half way/ If you gonna raise hell, then you better damn raise/ Hell right."
In a press release, Shelton says of his latest new song, "The thing that I love about what I'm doing right now, as far as recording and releasing music goes, is that I'm able to have an immediate reaction to something – and 'Hell Right' is an example of that. We had several songs cut that we had been excited about and still are, but when I heard 'Hell Right' I called my producer Scott and said, 'I don't want to rock the boat here, I just feel like we need to go in and cut this and see how it works out.' After living with it about three or four days, I just had an idea that Trace Adkins would be perfect to have on this record with me. I've been saying for the last few months, I'm just recording songs that I want to make with no apologies, with no rhyme or reason, and I've been making them with the people I want to make them with. I'm just making records that I’m excited about."
So what do you think of the new song?