Blake Shelton is in a good place right now and he knows it. He just started his fourth season of NBC's 'The Voice' and today he releases his newest album Based on a True Story featuring his hit single "Sure Be Cool If You Did."The steady but cool Blake Shelton says this album is full of rowdy songs and love songs, as well as plenty invoking pickup trucks, dirt roads and pretty girls. One of the cuts off the album is "I've Still Got a Finger" and is reminiscent of Johnny Paycheck's "Take This Job And Shove It." Blake says he pushes the boundaries on this album as well as himself and he says this album reflects the happiness he's feeling right now.

Blake will be making all the daytime/night talk shows to help promote his new album and if that's not enough for a much in-demand singer, he will co-host his third Academy of Country Music Awards April 7 on CBS.

When asked recently if he would ever leave The Voice Blake responded by saying, "My exit strategy probably will be when I say, ’I’ve got to have this much money to do this again,’ and they’re going to go, ’We’re not going to pay you that much money'."

Listen to Mario today (March 26) during the Garcia Express for your chance to WIN a copy of "Based on a True Story" on a 'Free Tunes For Tuesday' from Best Buy.