Whenever you ask someone to name their favorite Trace Adkins songs, chances are they'll end up naming his 2005 single "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk." The song was a pop crossover hit for Adkins, and it also claimed the second spot on the Billboard country charts.
You can hear country fans young and old singing to Adkins' hit song any time it comes on the radio. One young country girl who's a big fan of Adkins' music is none other than Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson.
In February 2016, Adkins was preparing to perform at the Movieguide Awards when Robertson stopped by to say hello. She was serving as one of the show's hosts, and was simply making her rounds to check out everything that was going on.
While Adkins took a break, Robertson stepped up to the microphone and couldn't help but break out into "Badonkadonk." Robertson swayed her hips back and forth as she sang, trying to mimic Adkins' signature baritone voice.
Adkins' reaction to Robertson singing his song was priceless. He stepped up and moved the microphone away from Robertson, as she stared at him with a look of pure disspointment on her face.
"That's my job," Adkins said, before Robertson admitted that her whole performance was kind of embarrassing.
"It was a little embarrassing," Adkins said in agreement, before they both shared a good laugh over the whole ordeal.
While "Badonkadonk" is one of Adkins' fun loving songs, he takes on a more serious note in his latest single, "Jesus and Jones."
Adkins has said before that the song explores the inner war he's experienced since he was a kid between the good and bad sides of his life, with each side respectively representing Jesus and Jones.
You don't want to miss out on listening to Adkins' powerful new single! Check out the music video for "Jesus and Jones" below.
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