“Got my old friend out of the barn today!!! It’s Kubota time people,” Shelton wrote. Farmer Blake Shelton is at it again! The country superstar is busy planting seeds on his sprawling Oklahoma farm and he once again took to social media to commemorate the occasion. Seed Planting In a new video shared on social media, Shelton takes fans along for the seed planting process in a hilarious way. “Got my old friend out of the barn today!!! It’s Kubota time people.
Kubota time….,” Shelton captioned the brief clip. In the video, the “No Body” singer is seen riding a Kubota tractor on the fields of his ranch as he jokingly sings a song, which appears to be a parody of the 4 Non Blondes’ hit, “What’s Up.” “We’re doing it baby,” he shouts. He later begins to sing, “I’m writing this song as I’m planting my seed.
I ain’t got time to stop and I might’ve just peed.” Blake Shelton; Photo Courtesy of Instagram Frequent Farmer Despite being a world-renowned star, Shelton’s heart remains firmly rooted in the land he calls home. He often shares videos from his farm where he grows vegetables and flowers. Most recently, Shelton began work on his fall food plots. “It’s Kubota time my friends… #farming,” Shelton wrote in a post dated August 17. In the video, he says: “It is time to prepare the fall food plots, yee haw! I’m sure there’s a lot of really smart people out there that are saying ‘but Blake it’s too soon to be preparing your fall food plots’ and to those people I say ‘so.’” Parody of Gwen Stefani While On The Farm Prior to readying his farm for fall seeding, Shelton removed a dead tree from his property as he switched up some of the lyrics to his wife Gwen Stefani’s single, “True Babe.” “Playing the SHIT out of @gwenstefani‘s new song “True Babe”!!! Even writing new lyrics!!” Shelton captioned the clip. “Take the truck and cut up this tree, up this tree,” he sings in the video. Blake Shelton wrapped his Back to the Honky Tonk Tour earlier this year.
The trek, which featured support from Carly Pearce and Jackson Dean, kicked off on February 16 and ran through March 25. While his tour may be over, Shelton has a few dates left on the books for the remainder of the year. On September, 16, he’s slated to headline Coastal Country Jam in Long Beach California.
He’s also scheduled to perform at Boots in the Park in Tempe, Arizona on September 23. He’ll ring in the new year in Thackerville, Oklahoma at the WinStar World Casino on December 31. Blake Shelton; Photo Courtesy of The Voice/NBC Exits The Voice, Performing At Festivals Blake Shelton wrapped his time on The Voice this spring, but he has plenty to keep him busy. On top of his stepdad duties to Gwen Stefani’s three sons, his show, Barmageddon, is set to return for a second season.
Details surrounding season two of the show have yet to be announced, however, Old Red Nashville was recently closed for Barmageddon filming. Blake Shelton; Photo Courtesy of Ole Red Additionally, Blake Shelton is currently nominated for four trophies at the inaugural People’s Choice Country Awards, which will take place at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville on Thursday, September 28. At the event, Shelton will also honor Toby Keith as he presents his fellow Oklahoma native with the Country Icon Award.