Jeffree Star Says He Loves Josh Meloy’s “Met The Devil In Oklahoma”: “F*cking Incredible”

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It sounds like Jeffree Star knows his country music… who knew.

The makeup mogul, former Youtube superstar/internet personality and now Yak farmer was a guest on Bunnie Xo’s Dumb Blonde podcast this week, who you may also recognize as the wife of Jelly Roll.

The two of course talk plenty about Jeffree’s journey to owning a ranch in Casper, Wyoming and his former life in LA, and if you don’t know much about Jeffree, he really is a fascinating character to say the least.

Not gonna lie, I was pretty excited to see he was going to be a guest because I knew he would bring it and spill some major tea, so to speak, and he certainly did not disappoint:

And towards the end of the episode, Bunnie asked him about his favorite song right now (Jeffree was also a touring musician in his past life, and was formerly managed by Akon).

He first said that he loves “Hood Rats” by Sexyy Red & Sukihana, and in a wild turn of events, he got really excited when he remembered one song in particular he’s had on repeat… and it would be “Met the Devil in Oklahoma” by Josh Meloy:

“Oh! I don’t even know this person. I’m gonna shoutout a newer country artist, Josh Meloy. F*cking incredible… he has a song called ‘Met the Devil in Oklahoma.’

Amazing, it’s cool. And I love country, I just don’t do the tobacco y’all.”

Not gonna lie, when he said it was a “newer country artist,” I was expecting him to say Zach Bryan, but Jeffree dug deep and pulled out a great song that I was kinda of shocked to hear he loves.

Josh also has a new album on the way sometime soon, so maybe we’ll get to hear what Jeffree has to say about it upon release.

I’d honestly love to see who else Jeffree has on his country playlist now… sounds like the man has taste.

You can see a teaser of the episode below, and the full audio is available everywhere now. The part about the music starts around the one hour and 30-minute mark:

“Met the Devil in Oklahoma”

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