Trace Adkins is will surprise everyone with his newest studio album, 'Love Will,' which is set to be released this spring. While it has a seemingly love-driven title, it may not be full of romantic, sappy songs, as the title suggests.

In fact, the 51-year-old singer cautions against that expectation. "Hold on one second! This is an album of love songs but in my book, 'Hot Mama' and [Honky Tonk] Badonkadonk' are love songs!" Adkins explains. "So don't start thinking these are all 'I'll love you 'til the end of time' ballads ... but yeah, we've got those, too."

Adkins' 11th studio album has a host of impressive producers, including Tony Brown, Mark Wright, Frank Rogers, Kenny Beard and Mickey Cones. His label, Show Dog-Universal Music, describes it as a collection of "sexy grooves, heart-wrenching ballads and up-tempo anthems," which sounds like a whole lot of fun for country music fans. There will also be several special guests, who are yet to be announced.

The humorous baritone, who has sold over 10 million albums, will have a jam packed spring, with his current role on NBC's 'All-Star Celebrity Apprentice,' involvement with the Red Cross and brand new forthcoming album. Adkins invites his fans to get in on the fun, offering online tasks relating to his various roles, which can lead to prizes such as an autographed Trace Adkins-branded guitar, a cruise with the singer in 2014, or even a chance to see the finale of 'All-Star Celebrity Apprentice' live!

Starting today, fans can pre-order the album here, so jump onto the Adkins train, otherwise 'You're Gonna Miss This' terrific new album.