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Lily Rose Releases Brand New Song “In My Drinks”

Lily Rose’s brand new song, “In My Drinks” is out now, July 15th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

Rose returns with new music after just releasing her latest Joey Moi-produced track “I’d Be You” last month. “In My Drinks” is unique because there are plenty of country songs that feature the singer at a bar trying to forget an ex, but in this tune, Rose drinks to remember. She misses her former lover and relives the memories with her through beer and bourbon. Rose sticks with her signature country/hip-hop blended sound, with Jamie Davis, Jordan Gray, and Rob Pennington penning the lyrics.  

“I only see her in my drinks, in between the bourbon and beer // As long as I’m still buzzing, she’s sitting right here // ‘Cause it’s clear when I’m sober, that it’s over with the girl of my dreams // Now I only see her in my drinks”

Rose will play many country festivals this summer and finish opening up for Sam Hunt on tour. She will also open several shows for Sam Hunt including ones at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut and the Long Island Community Hospital Amphitheater on August 19 and 21, respectively. Come fall, she will join Dylan Scott on his Amen To That Tour. Head to her website for tickets. 

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Lily Rose shares new song “In My Drinks,” out now.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Lily Rose releases.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“In My Drinks” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Lily Rose Drops Brand New Song “I’d Be You” Out Now

Lily Rose’s brand new song, “I’d Be You”  is out now, June 10th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

ACM Best New Female Artist nominee, Lily Rose made a splash in country music with her TikTok hit, “Villain” in late 2020. Following the success of the viral smash that topped Taylor Swift on iTunes, she landed a joint-venture record deal with Big Loud Records, Back Blocks Music, and Republic Records. Last October, she toured with label-mate, Chris Lane and dropped her ten-track debut project, Stronger Than I Am. 

Being influenced by a wide variety of artists from Bruce Springsteen to J Cole, her music generally consists of raw storytelling backed with a thumping beat—”I’d Be You” is no different. In this song, the singer sees her ex at the bar with another person. Obviously jealous, she rattles off the things she should have done when they were together in her head, thinking if she had done those things, she would be that other person.

“Driving her car back to her place, guess you can say I’d be you // Wrecking her bed, stuck on my mind, she’d still be mine (I’d be you) // Yeah, I’d be you”

Rose will play many country festivals this summer including Barefoot Country Music Fest in Wildwood, New Jersey next weekend. She will also open several shows for Sam Hunt including ones at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut and the Long Island Community Hospital Amphitheater on August 19 and 21, respectively.  

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Lily Rose’s new song, “I’d Be You” is out now.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Lily Rose releases.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“I’d Be You” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Lily Rose Drops Three New Songs to Add to her Debut EP

Lily Rose drops three new song to add to her debut EP Stronger Than I Am. Check out our full review and listen to the brand new music below.

Earlier this month, rising artist Lily Rose released her debut EP, Stronger Than I Am. The project featured seven original songs that speak to Rose’s one-of-a-kind talent, including hit songs like “Villain” and “Know My Way Around.” Today, the songstress surprises fans, adding three brand new songs to the collection.

The first new song is “Someone New In Town.” Written by Rocky Block, John Byron, and Jordan Gray, the track is one of the two new outside cuts for the singer. Sonically, the song fits in perfectly with the rest of her body of work. On the track, Rose uses a melancholy tone and sings of hoping that there is another person doing the things she thinks her ex is doing aka, “someone new in town.” Rose pleads to not have her heart broken on this enticing new song.

The other outside cut, “Every Last One,” is a love song. It is the perfect time to release this heartwarming song as personally, Rose just got engaged to her girlfriend earlier this week. The song drops the facade of being too cool and focuses on wanting everything with that special someone.

“There’s no place on earth that I’d rather been // I want every last one // All those little half drunk kisses in the kitchen with a handle of red wine // I want every midnight, every single sunrise // Baby what are you doing for the rest of your life”

Finally, the third new addition to the Stronger Than I Am project is “I’d Be Lying.” Written by Rose with Matt Dragstrem and Jordan Minton, the singer-songwriter shines on the powerful song. One of the most relatable tracks that Rose has released so far, “I’d Be Lying” is about the way we all act after a break-up. We all pretend to be “fine,” despite the fact that things are tough and emotions are meant to be felt. The song is the perfect infusion of the singer’s vocals and honest lyrics.

With each and every release, Rose is proving her staying power in the industry. She is honest, true-blue, and a bonafide talent in country music. We cannot wait to watch Rose continue to soar!

Stronger Than I Am Tracklist

  1. “Villain” (Lily Rose, Mackenzie Carpenter, Kyle Clark)
  2. “Stronger Than I Am” (Griffen Palmer, Geoff Warburton)
  3. “I Don’t Smoke” (Daniel Gerard Breland, Lalo Guzman, Michael Tyler)
  4. “Remind Me of You” (Corey Crowder, Sam Hunt, Ernest Keith Smith, Ryan Vojtesak)
  5. “Know My Way Around” (Lily Rose, Julian Bunetta, Savana Santos)
  6. “Breakin’ In” (Lily Rose, John Byron, Ben Johnson, Blake Pendergrass)
  7. “Whole Lotta Hometowns” (Lily Rose, Andy Albert, Kyle Clark)
  8. “Someone New In Town” (Rocky Block, John Byron, Jordan Gray)*
  9. “Every Last One” (Jordan Minton, Griffen Palmer, Mark Trussell)*
  10. “I’d Be Lying” (Lily Rose, Matt Dragstrem, Jordan Minton)*

*New Songs out today 10/29

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Lily Rose’s debut EP ‘Stronger Than I Am’ is out now on all streaming platforms.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Lily Rose releases.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Stronger Than I Am 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.

Spotify Premieres Brand New Podcast Series, ‘Spotify: Discover This’

Spotify premiered a brand new podcast series called ‘Spotify: Discover This’ featuring fresh insights on music and much more.

Kicking off the series, Spotify dives into none other than the evolution of country music. The new podcast starts the conversation around the changes in country music, the new sounds, and the incredible dynamics in country music today. On this episode, rising artist BRELAND sits down with three engaging female country artists in the industry: Lauren Alaina, Lily Rose, and Shania Twain.

Throughout the episode, the guests discuss the evolution of women in country music, the nostalgia behind certain 90s tunes, and much more. All three women voiced the idea that women need to be treated equally and fairly in the industry, a concept that BRELAND agreed with. A notable moment in the episode, newcomer and rising star, Lily Rose, shared how the strive for equality in music has led to more diversity in country music, including diversity in race and sexual orientation.

The Spotify: Discover This podcast can be listened to for free exclusively on Spotify! Check out the episode below.

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Who Is Lily Rose? The Story Behind Her Journey to Country Music

Who is Lily Rose? The singer-songwriter joined us to chat about her journey to country music. Get to know the rising star here…

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Lily Rose // Photo Credit: John Shearer

The Beginning:

This week’s Swag Spotlight artist is someone you may already know and if you don’t, you will. Lily Rose is an absolute force in the country music industry right now. She first burst on to the scene just a year ago, and has already won the hearts of millions of country fans everywhere. Learn more about her artistry, her new EP Stronger Than I Am, and her journey below.

A Georgia-native, Rose grew up with a supportive and music loving family. “I grew up in a household where music was always playing,” she shared. “My parents did not play instruments, but there was always music playing.” Although she did not grow up around musicians, her parents noticed a knack for music and rhythm in Rose at just nine years old. Her parents bought her a drum set and subsequently a guitar, which she taught herself. 

She credits her parents for her early musical influences, as well as their unconditional support in her and her interests. “My parents would take me to concerts when I was just eleven years old. And they let me stay and watch the guys in Mexican restaurants sing ‘one more song’,” she laughs. “They always fed into whatever my passions were and I think it’s really important for parents to do that outside of sports and academics.”

More specifically, Rose’s father introduced her to the likes of artists like Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, and The Beach Boys. According to the singer, “My biggest songwriting and country influence is really Bruce Springsteen. […] I think he’s the best songwriter of all time.” The songstress also found inspiration in Taylor Swift, when she was a freshman in high school, due to her relatable storytelling.

“She really was the encouragement and the push over the edge to start writing songs. How do I write something that my friends feel relatable with,” shared Rose of Swift. “ I kind of just explored that without any seriousness all through high school.”

At fifteen years old, Rose started songwriting and cultivating her own musical interests. “I’m really thankful that I didn’t try to hone in to one genre. I’m super influenced by different artists like NEEDTOBREATHE, Ben Rector, Katy Perry, and Taylor Swift, while also loving country music. I just continue to make music even through my move to Nashville that just felt like me,” exclaimed the singer-songwriter.

The Turning Point:

Although some would say that moving to Nashville and joining TikTok was the biggest turning point in her career, Rose reflects on a specific turning point much earlier on. The songstress discovered country music for herself when she turned sixteen and had her own radio. “It was “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” and “Dirt Road Anthem”. I never turned back. Country is what I was listening to the most,” shared the singer of truly falling for the genre. With that being said, Rose’s music is still heavily influenced by the likes of John Mayer, Maroon Five, the pop-rock scene, and of course, rappers like Kendrick Lamar and J Cole. 

After beginning to play open mic nights in college, Rose realized that music was exactly what she wanted to do for a living. She found herself moving to Nashville soon after. When she arrived and started to co-write with other artists on the scene, Rose recalls thinking, “This is the music I’ve been trying to make over the last eight years.”

Soon after in October 2020, Rose downloaded TikTok, and the era of “Villain,”, her viral hit was born. “To put it into perspective, 365 days ago I did not have TikTok,” she declares. “It’s insane what’s happened in the last 9.5 months, let alone, the last year.”

Today:

Today, the singer gets to officially celebrate all the success culminating with the release of her new EP Stronger Than MeThe seven-song project was crafted thoughtfully over the last several months by Rose and her team. “The project as a whole has one theme that I look at on all seven of these songs, it’s what made “Villain,” which is relatability.” Adding later, “All of them have a really cool way of saying ‘I’m heartbroken’ or ‘I need to get over you’ or ‘I haven’t gotten over you,’ just so many ways in country music that this is topic is done over and over again. We found titles and hooks or we wrote titles and hooks in ways that have never been done before in country music.”

The EP is a unique collection of songs that Rose has penned, as well as songs that she selected in order to fill out her setlist. Interestingly, the singer has gotten to sing all these songs at her live shows over the past few months. “It’s really special that all of these songs I’ve been playing live and if you’ve been to a show, people have heard these already. So what I’m excited about is to see the growth of the song and see people sing them back.”

Every song is special in its own right, but the title track is the song that speaks to Rose the most. “I feel like the “Villain” chapter of the last ten months is turning into the “Stronger Than I Am” chapter,” she begins, “There’s a reason that, that song is the title track, that song stands above the others. I think it’s really one of the best written country songs that I’ve heard in a long time.”

Fans can catch Rose on tour with Chris Lane this concert season. Find tickets for the show at lilyrosemusic.net. Also make sure you give the EP a listen to below!

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Lily Rose’s debut project, ‘Stronger Than I Am’ is out now

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Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Lily Rose announcements and releases.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Lily Rose’s music 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.

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Lily Rose: ‘Stronger Than I Am’ – EP Review

Lily Rose’s debut EP, Stronger Than I Am is out now, October 1st on all streaming platforms. Check out our full review and listen to the brand new music below.

There’s something special about Lily Rose. Her voice shines with hints of 90’s country, while her music is a perfect combination of that, mixed with hints of pop, soul and R&B.

With an eclectic pop-country sound, Rose embraces being one of country music’s few openly gay artists, singing about the woman who broke her heart and the one she hopes to find love with. There’s no hiding herself here, and that makes the project all the more personal. Throughout the seven songs, Rose deals with a breakup, explores the possibility of new love, and celebrates the virtues of her hometown. 

Following the viral success of her song “Villain” on TikTok, Rose signed a joint deal with Big Loud Records, Back Blocks Music, and Republic Records to release her debut project, Stronger Than I Am, out today, October 1. The singer-songwriter co-wrote four of the seven tracks, which also include songs written by fellow genre-bending artists like Sam Hunt, Ernest, and Breland.

The viral hit, “Villain,” opens the album, having Rose sound like a country-leaning Adele on the breakup song. Over the groovy mid-tempo track, Rose sings of the two sides of a story that tend to accompany the end of every relationship. She’s okay with negative light for the sake of her ex, singing “You can be the hero // I can take the fall / If that’s how your story goes // Say it’s all my fault // Whatever helps you sleep at night // Yeah you can make me the bad guy // Make ‘em all believe it // If that’s how you’re feelin’ // I can be the villain.” Meanwhile, things take a turn near the end of the song, Rose admitting,“What they don’t know is I tried to make us work it out // but I couldn’t save us // I couldn’t save us.”

The album’s first few tracks all center around the theme of the various stages of grief that go with heartbreak. The clever title track is a highlight from the project and finds Rose dealing with her broken heart by occasionally finding strength and solace in a bottle of “something that’s stronger than I am.” While she admits that “sometimes I can handle my own,” it’s not all roses for Rose. “Tonight, I don’t feel like I can // That’s why I’m sitting here on something // That’s stronger than I am.”

Meanwhile, the previously-released “I Don’t Smoke,” has a vulnerable Rose admitting that it’s impossible for her to ignore her ex. “That’s like saying I don’t smoke when I drink,” she admits on the stunning track, a clear standout on the album.

On “Remind Me Of You”, Rose is trying to move on and it’s proving difficult. “Girl, you were all that I wanted // And that’s why falling in love with her // Is so hard to do,” she admits. “She don’t remind me of you // She’s checking every box on the list // But there’s one that she missed // I think I know what it is // She don’t remind me of you.”

Meanwhile, “Know My Way Around” shows a more hopeful singer, revealing the things she knows all too well and the one she wants to know more of. “Cause ever since you walked in // Only thing that I’ve been thinking ‘bout is my next move,”she sings to the girl who caught her eye. “I just wanna know my way around you.”

The seven track project ends with “Whole Lotta Hometowns,” arguably the most country song here as she celebrates the town she grew up in. “There’s a whole lotta hometowns,” she proclaims on the anthemic tune. “But only one of them’s mine.” With driving guitars that surround Rose’s lush vocals, “Whole Lotta Hometowns” is the perfect closer to the album, showing a different side to the profoundly talented singer-songwriter.

On Stronger Than I Am, Lily Rose has released an honest body of work that explores the various facets of a breakup in a way that’s remarkably real, raw, and relatable. 

Stronger Than I Am Tracklist

  1. “Villain” (Lily Rose, Mackenzie Carpenter, Kyle Clark)
  2. “Stronger Than I Am” (Griffen Palmer, Geoff Warburton)
  3. “I Don’t Smoke” (Daniel Gerard Breland, Lalo Guzman, Michael Tyler)
  4. “Remind Me of You” (Corey Crowder, Sam Hunt, Ernest Keith Smith, Ryan Vojtesak)
  5. “Know My Way Around” (Lily Rose, Julian Bunetta, Savana Santos)
  6. “Breakin’ In” (Lily Rose, John Byron, Ben Johnson, Blake Pendergrass)
  7. “Whole Lotta Hometowns” (Lily Rose, Andy Albert, Kyle Clark)
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Lily Rose’s debut EP ‘Stronger Than I Am’ is out now on all streaming platforms.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Lily Rose releases.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Stronger Than I Am 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.

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5 Things to Expect from Lily Rose’s EP ‘Stronger Than I Am’

We chatted with country singer-songwriter Lily Rose about her new EP, Stronger Than I Am, out this Friday, October 1st. Here are five things to expect from the project.

  1. Lily Rose’s journey to release this new EP has been quite the whirlwind.

“To put in to perspective, 365 days ago I did not have TikTok,” shares the singer-songwriter, adding “It’s insane what’s happened in the last 9.5 months, let alone, the last 11 months.”

 

  1. The seven songs were carefully chosen, so that Rose could fill a setlist to be able to perform for fans.

“It’s really special that all these songs I’ve been playing live and if you’ve been to a show, people have heard these already. So what I’m excited about is to see the growth of the songs and see people sing them back.”

 

  1. Rose’s hit “Villain” started the trajectory of songs and themes of relatability in her story-telling EP.

“All of them have a really cool way of saying ‘I’m heartbroken’ or ‘I need to get over you’ or ‘I haven’t gotten over you,’ just so many ways in country music that this topic is done over and over again, and we found titles and hooks or we wrote titles and hooks in ways that have never been done before in country music.”

 

  1. Although Rose loves every song on the project, the title track “Stronger Than I Am” is a standout to her.

“I feel like the “Villain” chapter of the last ten months is turning into the “Stronger Than I Am” chapter. There’s a reason that, that song is the title track. That song stands above the others. I think it’s really one of the best written country songs that I’ve heard in a long time.”

 

  1. Finally, Rose shared with us how proud she is to finally release this type of music to the world, laced with all of her vast influences across genres.

“This is the music I’ve been trying to make over the last eight years.”

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Lily Rose’s new EP, ‘Stronger Than I Am’ comes out this Friday, October 1st.

Check back this Friday for our full EP review of Lily Rose’s record Stronger Than I Am.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Lily Rose releases.

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.

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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!

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Lily Rose releases.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“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.

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Lily Rose Premieres New Song “Know My Way Around”

Lily Rose’s new song, “Know My Way Around” is available now, July 23rd, on all streaming platforms. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the new song.

Artist to watch, Lily Rose has blown us away with each of her releases this year. The songstress first went viral on social media with her song “Villain.” She quickly followed the track with the touching song “Overnight Sensation” and the vulnerable, “Remind Me of You.” Today, the singer premieres another song to add to her impressive catalog of music called “Know My Way Around.”

Unlike her previous releases, Rose leans into the more fun-loving side of her personality. “Know My Way Around,” written by Avenue Beat’s Savana Santos and hit-songwriter Julian Bunetta, is all about the new girl that catches your eye. The song feels alluring and romantic while keeping up with the pop-country feel of the melody. We love the hopeful nature of the song, as it perfectly captures lust, love, and a summer fling.

“I know my way around my hometown // I know every backroad and red light // Where to get a fake ID and who to call for some weed and where the cops like to sit and hide // Know my way around the barstool // I’ve had a sip of every bottle up on that shelf // and how to have a night full of shots and a few on the rocks and still walk home by myself”

With already nearly 2 million views on TikTok alone, it is clear that “Know My Way Around” is quickly going to become a fan favorite. Fans can catch the single and her others live when Rose opens up for Chris Lane’s ‘Fill Them Boots’ tour this fall. 

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Lily Rose’s new song, “Know My Way Around,” is out now, July 23rd.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Lily Rose announcements and releases.

To keep up with Lily Rose, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“Know My Way Around” 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.

Viral TikTok Stars in Country Music That We Love Right Now

Here are six country music viral TikTok stars that we are loving right now. Let us know how your list matches up to ours.

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Viral TikTok Stars in Country Music That We Love Right Now

TikTok is full of talented budding artists with millions of followers. Overflowing with tons of incredible country songs that have gone viral way before they were even officially released, but it’s even more exciting to see all the country artists who have become stars because of their platforms. Check out a few of our favorites below. Let us know how your list matches up with ours.

Lily Rose

Recording artist Lily Rose, quite literally rose to fame thanks to TikTok. Her song “Villain” is one of our favorite songs on radio right now, and she is an absolute force. Rose caught the attention of Big Loud Records / Back Blocks Music and Republic Records who signed her to a joint-venture record deal in Jan. 2021. With over four million likes and over 600K followers on the platform alone, Rose is absolutely the real deal!

Noah Schnacky

Although Noah Schnacky was known before TikTok, the platform has exponentially increased his fanbase. The talented singer-songwriter has 6.7 million followers on TikTok alone. One of his recent singles, “She Broke My Heart” blew up on the platform and continues to make waves for Schnacky.

CB30

One of our favorite brother duo’s CB30 have 2.4 million fans on TikTok. They continuously post both comedic pranks on the platform, as well as, killer covers and original songs. Most recently, Christian and Brody covered “drivers license” by Olivia Rodrigo, which fans went crazy for. This led the duo to release their own official cover of the track to all streaming platforms. They also just released their original new song, “Healthy.”

Priscilla Block

Priscilla Block earned her record deal because of a viral TikTok hit! Her song “Just About Over You” is still trending on the platform and she is about to make her Grand Ole Opry debut this month. It is safe to say that Block is killing it. To learn more about her, check out our interview with the artist here.

Andrew Jannakos

With just under 800k followers on TIkTok, Andrew Jannakos became a bonafide sensation after his wife posted a video of him singing his song “Gone Too Soon” on the platform. Now, the singer is a signed artist, and his second single “Wine Country” was released just a few weeks ago. We are loving his talent, and cannot wait to see him blossom.

Kierra Lewis

Rounding out our list is Kierra Lewis. The incredible comedian is a superstar in the making. She went viral on TikTok with a comedic rant about Sam Hunt, and her newfound fame is proving to be one that we can all enjoy together in country music. She may not be a singer, but she’s too talented to leave off our list!

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming announcements and releases, including news about these viral TikTok stars.