Ronnie Dunn is giving fans another hint of what his next album will sound like. The singer just released the second single, 'Wish I Still Smoked Cigarettes,' from his upcoming project, which will be released on his own Little Will-E record label.

The 60-year-old posted a streaming version of the song to his social media sites last week, and the tune has already generated more than 50,000 listens.

“After receiving such an overwhelming response from followers last week, I’m thrilled to be offering this new song to fans,” Dunn says of the new track. “It’s just a taste of what’s to come as we continue working on a new album.”

The former member of Brooks and Dunn, who released one solo album on Arista Nashville in 2011, hints that he has big plans for his independent record.

“I think you are going to like what you see and hear,” Dunn shares on his Facebook page. “We are going to make music available to you in different and unique ways. Our goal is to create a MUSIC CULTURE, guided by a lifestyle philosophy. There are no rules.”

'Wish I Still Smoked Cigarettes' was written by Lori McKenna, Luke Laird and Barry Dean. It is available for download here.