‘The Voice’ Fans Have Their Thoughts On Gwen Stefani’s New Song Without Blake Shelton

Gwen Stefani embarks on the next chapter of her music career – and it doesn’t involve her husband and boyfriend Voice coach Blake Shelton.

On May 27, the No Doubt star announced the release of a new song featuring the reggae rapper Sean-Paul and singer Shenseea entitled “light my fire.” The news comes more than a year after the Grammy-winning singer’s exit two new singles, reminding fans of his early 2000s ska-pop hits “Let Me Reintroduce Myself” and “Slow Clap.” Now the return Voice coach is once again returning to his roots with the help of the renowned reggae artist.

“He’s finally here!!!! 🤩,” Gwen subtitled an Instagram reel previewing the new song. “I had so much fun recording ‘Light My Fire’ with these two @duttypaul @SHENYENG and it’s finally [yours] to listen and love ❤️.”

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After hearing about Gwen’s exciting collaboration, many remembered her early solo career and couldn’t get enough. Unsurprisingly, tons of Voice fans rushed to his Instagram comments section with fire emojis.

“🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 take me back to 2005,” one person wrote. “I listened to it on repeat, it’s so good, it made me dancegggg 🔥”, added another. “Total and perfect rock vibes to listen to this summer. You never disappoint ❤️,” said another fan.

Over the past few years, Gwen has explored the country music genre alongside Blake since they became a couple in 2015. Together, they’ve released a handful of duets, including ‘Go Ahead and Break My Heart’, ‘You Make It Feel Like Christmas,” “Nobody But You,” and “Happy Anywhere.” While Gwen still takes the stage with Blake to perform their heartwarming tunes, the mother-of-three is gearing up for her first solo album in nearly a year. decade.

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Talk with Variety in April 2021, Gwen confessed that she had “insecurities” about being in the spotlight again, but the support from her fanbase pushed her to do her best.

“I feel so lucky to do this and I’m excited for people listening to my music because this record really considers what they might want,” she told the outlet. “They are purely my inspiration for this because I rely on them. You spend all this time writing this music, so you want someone to listen to it.

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