ACM Best New Female Artist nominee Lily Rose shared her latest single “I’d Be You” on June 10. Lily Rose has a wide range of musical influences, from Bruce Springsteen to J. Cole, which can be heard distinctly on this new release. She first came to attention with her viral hit “Villain”. Following her first 10-track album release last year and a tour with Chris Lane, Lily refers to “I’d Be You” as chapter two of her journey on her social media accounts.
“I’d Be You” is an upbeat, in-your-face style of song that interweaves country and R&B sounds as a one-two punch to emphasize the meaning behind the song. Lily sings about seeing her ex out with someone else and what they could’ve been doing together if they stayed together. Anyone who has seen their ex happy with someone else can relate to this little spill of jealousy Lily shares in the song.
‘Cause if I’d have just been her shoulder, instead of turning my back
If I’d have swallowed my pride, instead of shooting that Jack
If I’d had just paid attention, instead of paying no mind
If I’d have gave her my heart, instead of hell all the time
I’d be you
Driving her car back to her place, guess you could say I’d be you
Wreckin’ her bed, stuck on her mind, she’d bе still mine
I’d be you
Attributes given to Lily include “groundbreaking” and “trailblazing”. With so much more left to set out to, Lily Rose definitely lives up to those labels. Stream “I’d Be You” below. Make sure to follow Lily Rose on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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