“‘God’s Country’ is a song that has a strong and deep meaningful lyric, but at the same time it leaves it up to the listeners interpretation,” Shelton said. “But no matter where you are from or where you’re standing it is my belief that you’re standing in God’s Country. It’s really about a state of mind. Wherever you’re from and how you feel about that place. For me it’s about being from Oklahoma – where I was born, raised and still live today.”
The Platinum-selling, chart-topping entertainer continues to build his unparalleled and multi-faceted career. His most recent musical successes include the GRAMMY-nominated song “I Lived It” and the Gold-certified mega-smash “I’ll Name The Dogs,” the latter of which notched Shelton the 25th No. 1 single. Both tracks hail from his album Texoma Shore, which became his sixth record to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and marked his 11th all-genre Top 10. A member of the Grand Ole Opry, Shelton has earned a host of honors throughout his career including 20 ACM nominations and both the male and overall Video of the Year trophies at the 2018 CMT Awards.