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Dixon Dallas Drops Two New Bangers For Fans Of His Cheeky Country Style

Dixon Dallas Drops Two New Bangers For Fans Of His Cheeky Country Style

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One is about getting lucky in the back of a truck!

Dixon Dallas, who went viral on TikTok this summer with "Good Lookin’,” the raunchy country hit about gay sex, just dropped two new songs.

People were drawn to Dallas’ music for its sense of humor and frank portrayal of gay sex, which was a welcome change at a time when the ultra-conservative — and frankly racist — song “Try That in a Small Town” was also making the rounds online.

The singer found massive fame by singing lyrics like, “He’s bouncing off my booty cheeks, I love the way he rides/I can hardly breathe when he’s pumping deep inside” and “I kiss him on his neck, and then he kisses on my b*ssy/Call him ‘Daddy’ while I holler/Man, that boy so damn good lookin'” in his viral hit in “Good Lookin’.”

His two newest songs, released on August 15, are a study in contrasts. One is a heartfelt breakup song and the other is about getting lucky in a Ford truck.

In “Better Without You” Dallas is working through his emotions about a breakup, singing, “I loved you at your worst (Worst), you left me at your best (Best)/ I watched you fade away into the sunset.”


On the other hand, in “F150” the hitmaker returns to the raunchier lyrics that made him famous. “And we get a little frisky, I climb up on him, ride him like a F-150/Got me hooting' and hollering', I'm begging him for more.” he sings.

He continues, “You ain't gotta say nothing, we can get to loving/ Maybe for a life time or maybe just for tonight/ A little bit of sinnin', I love the way he's grinning/ When i turn around he cracks me open like a cold bud light.”

Dallas, who is the alter-ego of Alabama rapper Jake Hill, has faced some criticism from people wondering whether or not he’s actually gay himself, but he’s unfazed by the speculation.

"Of course you'll have people saying I'm gaybating and queerbating,” Dallas told PRIDE earlier this month. “Growing up in the south, you're taught how to think a certain way. I reached a point where I started thinking for myself. My music is a big f*** you to my past. No, I haven't disclosed my sexuality. I could be gay. I could be straight. I could be bi. At the end of the day, I feel like it doesn't matter. There's no law that says I can't write a song about getting my booty cheeks bounced off of."

If you want more of Dallas the TikTok sensation is hitting the road and will be co-headlining an upcoming tour on the east coast later this month. He also has plans to release and EP with all of his hits

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Ariel Messman-Rucker

Ariel Messman-Rucker is an Oakland-born journalist who now calls the Pacific Northwest her home. When she’s not writing about politics and queer pop culture, she can be found reading, hiking, or talking about horror movies with the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network.

Ariel Messman-Rucker is an Oakland-born journalist who now calls the Pacific Northwest her home. When she’s not writing about politics and queer pop culture, she can be found reading, hiking, or talking about horror movies with the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network.