Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins prove they know how to “raise hell right” in the brand new music video for their latest collaboration, “Hell Right.”
In the just-released clip, the superstars take it out to the country for a bonfire party, complete with drinking, dancing and a whole lot of backwoods fun. The night of partying ends with many party-goers passed out on the ground after presumably having a little too much to drink.
Singer/songwriter, HARDY, who co-wrote “Hell Right” as well as Shelton’s previous chart-topper, “God’s Country,” makes a special appearance in the rowdy music video. Check it out above.
Released in August, “Hell Right” finds Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins collaborating for the first time since “Hillbilly Bone” nearly a decade ago.
“Hell right / Hell right / Everybody’s throwing down on a Friday night / Somewhere in America / There’s a bottle to burn and a fire to light / You ain’t done nothin’ if you did it halfway / If you’re gonna raise hell, then you better damn raise hell right / Hell right / Hell right,” they sing throughout the chorus.
“This song is about taking things to the max,” Shelton previously shared. “You can raise hell or you can raise hell right. It’s about cutting loose and having fun the right way. I spend a lot of time in Los Angeles these days, but when I hear songs like this on the radio, I am immediately thinking about being back home and what I’d be doing if I was there. The first time I heard ‘God’s Country’ I was on my ranch in Oklahoma. As a guy who actually lives this lifestyle, ‘Hell Right’ hits me in the soul now just as much as ‘God’s Country’ did then.”