Blake Shelton, ‘I’ll Name the Dogs’ | Track Review
Blake Shelton returns with an enjoyable, fun new song “I’ll Name the Dog,” the promo single from his forthcoming album, ‘Texoma Shore’ (November 3).
Country musician and entertainer extraordinaire Blake Shelton certainly has a big personality. This is a big part of his appeal artistically. Additionally, he has a great voice, perfectly suited for country music. All this considered, Shelton’s career is ‘running like a well-oiled machine.’ Undoubtedly, Texoma Shore (November 3) should give him another commercially successful album. “I’ll Name the Dogs” serves as the promo single for the new LP.
For the most part, “everything is sound” about “I’ll Name the Dogs.” A nice palette of sounds forms the backdrop, typical of the country music script. Blake Shelton, likewise, gives a sound vocal performance. “I’ll Name the Dogs” centers on building a family, relationship, etc. The chorus is incredibly catchy. Ultimately, it’s catchy enough to appeal to broader audience.
“You find the spot and I’ll find the money / You be the pretty and I’ll be the funny / You plant the flowers, I’ll plant the kisses / Baby, let’s get right down to business / I’ll hang the pictures, you hang the stars / You pick the paint, I’ll pick a guitar / Sing you a song out there with the crickets and the frogs / You name the babies and I’ll name the dogs, yeah.”
All in all, “I’ll Name the Dogs” is an enjoyable, fun listen. There are no glaring cons to be found. That said, Blake Shelton isn’t exactly changing the game either. Nonetheless, soundness is the motto with “I’ll Name the Dogs.”