Dixie D’Amelio announced the release date for her upcoming song Psycho on her Instagram on July 16 and fans are already excited about her new music.

TikTok sisters Dixie and Charli D’Amelio have been the reigning queens of the internet for some time now.

While younger sister Charli is busy building her internet empire, the older one Dixie is focusing on her music career these days.

The 19-year-old who has already released quite a few songs amassed close to 2.7 million monthly listeners on Spotify is set to release her much anticipated new song.

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When does Dixie D’Amelio’s new song Psycho release?

Dixie took to her Instagram on Friday, July 16 to reveal that her new song Psycho is set to release on July 23.

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Just a few days ago the singer had released the cover photo for her new music seeing her decked in jewellery as she donned elbow high black leather gloves.

The breathtaking retro look of the cover, coupled with her latest TikTok where she was seen singing snippets of the song’s lyrics with sister Charli has sent fans in overdrive.

Genius.com deciphered the lyrics that the two sisters were lip-syncing to in the TikTok video. Take a look at Dixie’s song Psycho’s lyrics below.

Lyin’ to my face
Told me she was a friend
Saturday night, and you’re at it again
Keep pullin’ this shit
You’re pushing me close to the edge
You turn me to a psycho..

The highly anticipated song features rapper and singer Rubi Rose too.

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Fans react to the upcoming music

Naturally, Dixie’s fans were excited with the teaser of sorts, of her new music which she released recently.

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Dixie’s latest release F**kboy has been streamed over 12 million times on Spotify. Although she is just starting out in the music business, the singer has already secured some high profile collaborations.

Her collaboration with Liam Payne on the 2020 song Naughty List was highly successful. Another such collaboration was on her song One Whole Day with Wiz Khalifa.

The singer is already on track with a good start in the big bad world of music with songs like Be Happy, Roommates, Another Day and Realness under her belt.

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