Thomas Rhett Joins TikTok and Shares a Sweet Serenade to Daughter Lennon


It looks like Thomas Rhett is jumping on to one of the recent trends of choice by starting his very own TikTok account to give fans another behind-the-scenes look of life at home with the family.

The “Remember You Young” singer made his grand debut on the popular app with an impromptu acoustic snippet of his most recent release, “What’s Your Country Song,” with a fancy filter cutting the screen into three sections. He admitted in the caption that he was still trying to get the hang of being a TikTok star, but appreciated the love for his new song.


First real tik tok video.. I’ll get better with time but until then, here’s 3 of me! Haha glad y’all are digging this song so much! ##whatsyourcountry

♬ original sound – Thomas Rhett

Rhett continued on his TikTok streak by posting a video of what his ideal Saturday looks like, which included painting nails with his daughter, Willa, as she watched some television.

Following the girl dad lifestyle while also maintaining his musical persona, Rhett shared a silly song he wrote for his youngest daughter, Lennon, where he wishes she could sleep through the whole night instead of getting grumpy over her current teething situation.



♬ original sound – Thomas Rhett

“My little Lenny Loo / Do you know the things you do / Will you make it through the night / Or wake up at midnight and cry / Girl, I know you’re teething / But I hope you’re sleeping in ’til 6 a.m. / My little Lenny Loo,” he delightfully sings to Lennon as she wiggles around on the ground.

While Rhett may be new to TikTok, many of his friends have started using the app as a way to give fans sneak peeks at their lives and upcoming music. He joins artists already on the platform like Florida Georgia Line, Morgan Wallen, Miranda Lambert and Carly Pearce to name a few.


♬ original sound – Thomas Rhett

As fans keep up with Rhett on TikTok and various other social platforms, they can also stream his latest single, “What’s Your Country Song,” now.

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