Blake Shelton, like many other musicians, have seen the power of Ariana Grande when it comes to moving albums — so much so that she actually blocked Shelton from getting a No. Shelton joked about Grande taking the No. Shelton joked that Grande would be the No. 1 spot over him in an interview with People, saying his “dreams were destroyed,” when she released her third studio album “Dangerous Woman” on the same day as his “If I’m Honest” album in 2016. “I released the album, and I had some momentum going at that point musically,” he said. “I was excited thinking that this might be my chance to have the No. 1 album in the country.”
Shelton then said that Grande’s sales meant that his album wouldn’t be at the top of Billboard 200 charts. “Literally, I may as well have released a coaster of a CD,” Grande was the one Shelton spoke to during the interview. “You trashed my album!” Grande was able to hear Shelton’s album chart at No. Billboard 200 Chart, at No.
Shelton isn’t mad at Grande. He actually loves Grande and thinks highly about her.