Blake Shelton Speaks Out To Universal Records, Wants Them To Do Right By ‘Voice’ Winner Sundance Head

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Dec. 21 2017, Updated 3:05 p.m. ET

Last night, the viewers saw Sundance Head win The Voice 2016. This gave Team Blake the win once again, and he couldn’t be happier. Now, Blake is speaking out about Universal Records, and he wants to make sure that they give Sundance the kind of record that he deserves. Yahoo Music shared the details about what Blake had to say in an interview after the show.

When someone wins The Voice, they get a record deal with Universal Records. That leaves it up to the company to take care of them and get the record done. It turns out that things aren’t always going the way that Blake feels like they should once someone wins the show. Here is what Blake had to say about the situation.

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“I want to say one more thing here, because it’s important. I want to personally issue a challenge to Universal Records. This is Season 11 of The Voice, and I’m sitting here right now next to a guy who has won over America’s hearts. He’s so popular. … He has proven that he sells tons of music. His biggest-selling song, arguably, is going to be the song he wrote by himself.”

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Blake Shelton was talking about Sundance’s song “Darlin’ Don’t Go.” This song went straight to the top of the iTunes charts, and it is one that Sundance wrote on his own. Blake Shelton went on to explain that he is hoping that they can come together with Universal Records. It is obvious that he wants to do what is best for Sundance and his career. Blake said that he plans to put in the work to help Sundance. Blake wants to see his record get made.

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