Lily Rose Drops Brand New Song “I Don’t Smoke”

Lily Rose’s new song “I Don’t Smoke” is out now, September 3rd, on all streaming platforms.  Take a look below as we dig into the track.

Since she bursted on to the country music scene, we just cannot get enough of up and coming artist Lily Rose. Her debut single “Villain” blew us away. Moreover, every release since then including “Overnight Sensation” and “Remind Me of You” have continued to up the ante. Today, Rose releases another brand new song titled “I Don’t Smoke.”

The new track, written by Lalo Guzman, Michael Tyler and Daniel Breland, marks the singer’s fifth release. A mid-tempo jam, Rose pours her heart into the new tune. On the track, Rose deals with heartbreak by going out and getting drunk, mentioning that it is hard to act like she is unphased. This is an all to relatable sentiment for most of us.

Lily Rose's new song "I Don't Smoke" is out now, September 3rd

Lily Rose’s new song “I Don’t Smoke” is out now, September 3rd

“So I got a little faded // ‘Cause I know how much you hate it // But still low key // Tryna act like you don’t love me // That’s like saying I don’t smoke when I drink // Every Friday night, baby, I won’t lie // That’s like saying I don’t know anything // When my momma asks ’bout where you’ve been at”

“I Don’t Smoke” also features clever wordplay and a hooky melody, which captivates the listener almost instantly. So far in her blossoming career, Rose has managed to produce only hits! She continues to stay true to herself and her sound with each song. We cannot wait to see her career continue to take off!

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“I Don’t Smoke” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.