Shelton's "Honey Bee" tops chart again
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Shelton's "Honey Bee" tops chart again

Monday, June 27, 2011 – Blake Shelton's hit Honey Bee is first on the Billboard charts for the third consecutive week, his label announced Monday.

The song is off Shelton's eighth studio album, "Red River Blue," available everywhere beginning July 12. iTunes pre-order begins tomorrow, June 28 and includes the full album plus bonus tracks and five pre-order live tracks from "Blake Shelton LIVE: It's All About Tonight." Wal-Mart will offer a CD/DVD Exclusive which will include the DVD for "Blake Shelton LIVE: It's All About Tonight."

Honey Bee is Shelton's fourth consecutive number one single.


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