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Trace Adkins Has New ‚ÄėBadonkadonk‚Äô

When Trace Adkins released his 2005 smash, “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” fans couldn’t get it out of their heads. And now the tall, dark and dangerous man is releasing a new song that’s even sillier and just as unforgettable.
“Brown Chicken Brown Cow” is the second single from Adkins’ Cowboy’s Back in Town album, his first release from Toby Keith’s label Show Dog-Universal Records.
“I kind of pushed for that to be the first single” Adkins said. “I said, ‘Let’s just throw a hand grenade in the room right off the get-go.’ I said, ‘It’s a dangerous record. I know that, but I’m not afraid of it.’ Everybody else…was kind of like ‘Oh, I don’t know about that.’”
The album’s first single turned out to be the hit, “This Ain’t No Love Song,” which Adkins performed at the recent American Country Awards that he also hosted.
“There’s that thing about that song that kids love,” he said. “It’s got this little infectious bouncing thing through the chorus.”
And “Brown Chicken Brown Cow” has got that, too. The song’s one huge sexual reference, and as the mega-star demonstrated with “Badonkadonk,” Adkins knows just how to sing about those.
“Brown Chicken Brown Cow” was released to radio stations this week, and Adkins’ album Cowboy’s Back in Town is available now.