Rising artist Lily Rose has released her brand new song titled "I'd Be You." This single will mark the beginning of a new era for the singer-songwriter.
Rose made waves with her debut project Stronger Than I Am that was released in October of last year. Her unique sound combines country as well as rock. "Villain" and "I Don't Smoke" might be the releases most people are familiar with. Along with her own headlining shows, Rose has opened for artists like Chris Lane and Sam Hunt. Rose also has a busy CMA Fest schedule this weekend as she will be performing on the Chevy Vibes Stage, CMT's Next Women Of Country, and many other stages.
"I'd Be You" feels like a new direction for Rose, and it seems to work in her favor. The track is ready to be played on the airwaves as it fits the contemporary mold. Her voice continues to be distinctive and bold, part of the reason fans admire her. Rose can never be called anything but authentic.
The song is about coming to terms with personal flaws and how it affects other people. It can be easy resorting to the "what could've beens," or the "what if's." Rose manages to say how so many feel as she states,"'Cause if i'd been just as strong, instead of turning my back / If i'd swallowed my pride, instead of shooting that jack /If i'd just paid attention, instead of paying all night / If i'd gave her my heart, instead of hell all the time." Rose's lyrics are always honest, and this track doesn't disappoint.
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