“F-150,” which follows in the time-honored trend of country singers singing about trucks, has a classic honky tonk set up.
As the track starts, Dallas sings about meeting a man in a bar, but it quickly detours into the hilarious — and sexy — lyrics he’s known for.
“Well, when we get to sipping whisky and we get a little frisky, I climb up on him, ride him like a F-150,” he sings. “Got me hootin’ and hollerin’ I’m begging him for more, nothing but my boots on, baby let's go down on the floor.”
Dallas knows how to write a classic modern country song. With lyrics like “A little bit of sinnin’, I love the way he’s grinnin’. When I turn around he cracks me open like a cold bud light,” we can’t help but sing along.
Dallas, and therefore Jake Hill, the real person behind the act, has yet to disclose his sexuality. And that’s how he wants to keep it.
"Of course you'll have people saying I'm gaybating and queerbating,” he told PRIDE. “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.”
“The amount of messages I get from people saying 'I'm a gay man. We don't have this type of music. It makes me feel seen. It makes me feel heard and comfortable in my skin.' Those messages are what makes me want to keep doing this,” he continued. “If somebody wants to cancel me, I don't care. I don't give a s*** about any type of negativity.”