The Sangria singer is known for his penchant for indulging in a few boozy beverages and now he has become the latest musician to invest in the alcohol business.

"I grew up in Ada, Oklahoma and was raised on the values of hard work, humility and an appreciation for the simple things that make up a good life," Blake said in a statement announcing his new Arkansas-made Smithworks line.

"As part of the Smithworks family, I've been involved in the development of the brand, and I'm excited for everyone to finally taste what we've been crafting. At its core, Smithworks celebrates that moments in life are better spent with good people and great drinks."

Smithworks is set to go on sale in areas including Arkansas, Kansas, Colorado, Missouri, and Blake's native Oklahoma, reports People.com.

Sean 'Diddy' Combs, Justin Timberlake, 50 Cent, and Jay Z are among the stars who already boast their own brands of liquor, while rapper Drake recently unveiled plans to join the party with an exclusive line of whiskey.

The Started From The Bottom star hinted at his latest business venture on social media last month (Feb16), after turning basketball coach to lead Team Canada to victory in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game in his native Toronto.

His squad, which featured actor Tom Cavanagh, Race star Stephan James, and Arcade Fire's Win Butler, beat comedian Kevin Hart's Team USA 74-64, and after the game, Drake took to Instagram to reveal how he would be toasting the win.

"After that legendary moment what else is there to do but celebrate with class," he wrote beside what appeared to be the whiskey brand's black and gold logo. "Virginia Black coming soon..."