Turns out, Blake Shelton is not super familiar with Drake's music.
The country crooner and the other three coaches of The Voice -- Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams -- showed up on Monday's Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon to play a game of "Spin the Microphone."
All four coaches and Fallon performed songs chosen for them, but things got awkward when Shelton and Stefani hit the stage. Williams challenged the duo to perform Drake's hit "Hotline Bling," but Shelton had never heard the song.
Reluctantly hitting the stage, Shelton just kept yelling "bling" into the microphone as Stefani sang the track.
While Shelton didn't shine during his duet, he did bring down the house with his rendition of The Village People's classic tune, "Y-M-C-A."
Levine also got some cheers when he performed Britney Spears' "Oops! I Did It Again."
Williams and Fallon perhaps had the best duet, performing Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's "It Takes Two."
Given how well all her peers did at the "Rock the Microphone," Stefani was a little disappointed with Shelton after their duet. "Cowboy!" she yelled into the microphone.
"Cowboy" is the nickname Stefani has given Shelton during her time on The Voice. The No Doubt front woman, who recently divorced rocker Gavin Rossdale, talked to ET about the reports that she's romantically involved with Miranda Lambert's ex.
"It seems like the cowboy is really happy on the show," she said of Shelton. "We're all having so much fun on that show. Everybody is in such a good place."