Blake Shelton is back on social media riding his tractor on his farm in Oklahoma, and this time, he wrote a little ditty that he sings while he farms.
In a new fun video clip, Blake posted to Instagram, he is in the familiar spot of sitting on his Kobuta Tractor. He says in the clip, “We’re going baby, whoa.” He then sings, “I’m writing this song as I’m planting my seed. I ain’t got time to stop, and I might have just peed.”
As usual, fans LOVED his new post, with one writing, “You da best !!” Another fan gushed, “This lil ole Okie loves that big Okie youngin.” One more fan commented, “Keep your butt to the bucket seat. Bounce out the craziness of life.”
Shelton will present his fellow Oklahoman Toby Keith with the “Country Icon Award” at the inaugural People’s Choice Country Awards, which will take place on September 28 at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House.
The award will honor Keith for “his decades-long career as a groundbreaking musician, humanitarian, and entrepreneur.” The honor will also recognize his career as a musician, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. Toby has scored 32 No.1 singles and has sold 40 million albums.
Early in his career, almost 20 years ago (2004), Blake toured and opened shows for Toby Keith nationwide. At the time, he told me, “Toby is one of those guys that is so famous and so big, and he is one of those artists that’s just worldwide. You don’t have to be a country music fan to be a Toby Keith fan. It’s just way bigger than that. I step on stage with over 20 thousand people per night, and 15,000 of them may or may not have ever heard of me. Touring with Toby has probably been the biggest break I’ve had since I started doing this.”
He added of the tour at the time, “We had stupid fun on the Toby tour; there’s no limit when you’re on a tour like that. Nobody ever said no to anything which was new to me. We both had our own basketball teams and played basketball close to every day of the tour.”