Warner Music Nashville’s Blake Shelton is a country music heavyweight with over 25 #1 hit songs like “God Gave Me You”, “Boys 'Round Here”, “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking”, “Honey Bee” and “I’ll Name The Dogs”. His iconic catalog also includes 6 #1 albums such as Red River Blue, Bringing Back The Sunshine, If I’m Honest and Texoma Shore. A celebrated singer, songwriter, musician and coach of Team Blake on hit TV show “The Voice”, Blake has redefined what it means to be an entertainment superstar. And if that weren’t enough, Blake also dabbles in the finer things by way of his Ole Red bar and restaurants, inspired by hit song "Ol' Red", and his award-winning Smithworks vodka. With every turn, Blake continues to expand his own and country music's horizons.
"Hell Right" is a song written by David Garcia, Brett Tyler and Hardy, and recorded by American country music artist Blake Shelton. It also features Trace Adkins. It was released on August 16, 2019 as the second single from his upcoming compilation album Fully Loaded: God's Country.
"Hell Right" was written by David Garcia, Brett Tyler, and Michael Hardy who also co-wrote Shelton previous single God's Country". The song was written on May 29, 2019, a few months after "God’s Country" was recorded. Shelton heard the song, and recorded and released it within a month and a half. According to Shelton, the song is about "taking things to the max," and that "you can raise hell or you can raise hell right".
The song is the second time Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins have collaborated on a single release, following 2009's "Hillbilly Bone", which was a Number One hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.