Devin Dawson is making waves with his debut single, "All on Me." The country newcomer is the most-added new artist at country radio for the week of May 1, and the second most-added artist overall, behind Jon Pardi.

Readers can press play below to hear "All on Me." An Orangevale, Calif., native, Dawson takes plenty of inspiration from the Man in Black -- he grew up near the famous Folsom Prison and has a tendency to don all-black attire -- but his music is influenced by soul and blues as much as it is country. Additionally, Dawson works with producer Jay Joyce, who's produced projects for, among others, Eric Church, Brandy Clark and the Brothers Osborne.

"I'm such a lyric dude," Dawson tells Taste of Country, adding of the upbeat but heartfelt "All on Me," "I usually go more raw, vulnerable, but to have a positive, awesome, sunny song like that and still satisfy my lyrical heart -- I'm glad we came out of the gate with it."

Hear Devin Dawson's "All on Me":

"You've got my number, you can call on me / If you’re in trouble, put the fall on me / When you’re mad, you can take it out on me / When it don’t add up, you can count on me," Dawson sings in the chorus of "All on Me." "When you're low, come get high on me / Make it slow, take your time on me / Say, ‘I need to let it out, come lay on me’ / When it gets heavy, put the weight on me / Baby, put it all on me ..."

Dawson's big welcome at country radio kicks off an important week for the singer-songwriter: The 28-year-old Belmont University graduate will make his late-night television debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday (May 4) ... and then, his Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday (May 5). This summer, he'll open a few shows on Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's 2017 Soul2Soul World Tour.

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