Blake Shelton is making us feel like it’s 2001 again!
The 44-year-old country singer and The Voice coach performed his debut hit single “Austin” at the 2021 Academy of Country Music Awards airing on Sunday (April 18) from Nashville, Tenn.
Blake first rose to fame after dropping “Austin” back on April 16, 2001 when he was just 24-years-old. It was the first single off of his self-titled debut album, which was released later that year.
After singing a few verses of “Austin,” Blake brought things back to 2021 by performing his latest single “Minimum Wage.”
Blake is nominated for one ACM award this year, Music Event of the Year for “Nobody But You” with fiancee Gwen Stefani.
In a new interview, Blake revealed when he and Gwen are getting married!
Now THAT is how you do #CountryMusic 🙌 @blakeshelton brought back his 20-year-old classic "Austin" plus his current hit, "Minimum Wage," for an unforgettable #ACMawards performance! ❤️ Don't miss another minute of tonight's show－turn on @CBS or @paramountplus now! pic.twitter.com/SpJ5OpoI6o
— ACM Awards (@ACMawards) April 19, 2021