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Trey Lewis        

Country Singer-Songwriter

Country singer-songwriter Trey Lewis went from small-time bar crooner to viral sensation in 2020 with his raunchy, chart-topping single "Dicked Down in Dallas."

Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Lewis aspired to be a country music star from a very young age, citing Garth Brooks as an early inspiration. As his music education expanded during his formative years, he gravitated toward artists like Percy Sledge, Carole King, Bill Withers, and Clint Black. Problems with drugs and alcohol marred his late teens, but by the age of 20 he was sober and had picked up the guitar. He spent the next decade in Nashville performing in bars and writing songs, and released an eponymous debut album in 2013. It was there that he met songwriters Brent Gafford, Drew Trosclair, and Matt McKinney, who proposed an idea for a song called "Going Back to Dallas."

As a live performer, Lewis had become known for cheekily inserting profanity into his cover songs, so Gafford, Trosclair, and McKinney decided to reconfigure "Going Back to Dallas" with that in mind. The resulting "Dicked Down in Dallas," which detailed an extremely colorful litany of sex acts, was released in 2020 and quickly became a viral hit when fans began uploading "creative" videos for the song on social media. The track entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart at number 12 and climbed to number two on the Canadian digital chart. The following year saw Lewis issue the EP Shut the Door, which included the steamy title track.

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