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Dixon Dallas Has Two New Catchy (and Gay) Country Songs Out

Dixon Dallas Has Two New Catchy (and Gay) Country Songs Out

Dixon Dallas

Regardless of whether he’s actually gay or not, his music about gay experiences is a perpetual earworm.

Dixon Dallas, whose raunchy country hit “Good Lookin’” went viral this summer, has two new songs out.

The singer became well-known for lyrics on his last single which included, “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 hit.

A heartfelt breakup song and a song about getting lucky in a Ford truck are his two most recent songs, released on August 15.

The tracks “Better Without You” and “F150” come after his previous songs “Whiskey” and the hit “Good Lookin’.”

“Better Without You” deals with the pain of ending a relationship, as its name suggests.

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Accordingly, “F150” deals with a sexy encounter with the object of Dallas’ desire, who he “ride[s] like a F-150” Ford pickup truck.

“And we get a little frisky, I climb up on him, ride him like a F-150/Got me hootin’ and hollerin’, I’m begging him for more.” he sings. “You ain’t gotta say nothing, we can get to loving/ Maybe for a lifetime 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.”

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Dixon Dallas is the country music alter-ego of Jake Hill, an Alabama-based musician whose previous work combines hip-hop and metalcore. Hill periodically produces pop-punk songs with overtly gay and sexually vivid lyrics under the pseudonym “ur pretty.”

While Jason Aldean’s song “Try That in a Small Town” was extremely conservative and racist, Dallas’ music was highly regarded for its sense of humor and representation of homosexuality.

After his success with “Good Lookin’,” critics accused Dallas of being inauthentic.

He addressed those accusations during an interview with The Advocate’s sibling outlet earlier this month.

“Of course, you’ll have people saying I’m gaybaiting and queerbaiting,” Dallas told equalpride’s Ricky Cornish. “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*ck 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.”

Dallas, the TikTok sensation, will co-headline an east coast tour alongside Jake Hill later this month and plans to release an EP with all his recent singles.

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