Warner Music Nashville is stuck with Blake Shelton

Billboard has reported that Blake Shelton has re-signed with Warner Nashville. Blake joined the label in 2001 when Giant Records, who he was originally signed with, closed. With Warner Nashville, Blake has produced five studio albums, and two EPs, Hillbilly Bone which debuted at number two and All About Tonight which debuted at number one in 2010. About the re-signing, Blake had this to say,

“The last two years have been the best of my career and I look forward to what lies ahead with this great team. My master plan has worked…they can’t get rid of me now.”

The news of Blake’s re-signing comes after the label announced that Dwight Yoakam has rejoined the label after a decade of working with other people.

Blake will be performing on the CMA awards broadcast in November, where he is nominated for a total of five awards including male vocalist and entertainer.

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