Wait a minute…
I thought the Democrats believed that black voters were on their side?
If the recent music charts are any indication, it appears that Joe Biden is less popular than ever.
The “Let’s Go Brandon!” theme song is topping the music charts this week.
It has officially placed #1 on the Hip-Hop chart in the United States.
As #1, “Let’s Go Brandon” has more streams, downloads, and purchases than any other single on the Hip-Hop chart.
Have you seen the music video?
Check it out here:
The media will try to ignore this.
First of all, the song samples “f*** Joe Biden” chants in the background.
If you listen closely, you can hear the chants throughout the song.
Second, they likely hate that the song was created by a black artist.
Lola Alexander’s hit is now #1 across the U.S.
According to PJ Media:
Alternative rapper Loza Alexander’s surprise hit “Let’s Go Brandon” has topped the iTunes hip hop chart at #1. The anti-establishment banger currently sits at #2 overall, just behind power-ballad star Adele and ahead of industry heavy-hitters Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Elton John, and Justin Bieber. When you add up the mind-boggling amount of legacy media promotion these stars are granted as a matter of course, Alexander’s achievement is all the more impressive.
The expression “Let’s Go Brandon” was inadvertently created by NBC reporter Kelli Stavast as she was trying to interview NASCAR driver Brandon Brown. Brown had just won his race at the Talladega Superspeedway, and the crowd behind him was raucously performing the popular “F**k Joe Biden” chant. “You can hear the chants from the crowd,” said Stavast in an awkward attempt to wave away the elephant in the room, “Let’s Go Brandon!” The moment went viral, and “Let’s Go Brandon” is now the SFW version of the original chant.
It’s not every day that conservative artists and songs go viral.
This shows that conservatives have as much power and sway in media as Democrats.
BREAKING REPORT: YouTube BANS ALL VERSIONS of "Let's Go Brandon" song that hit # 4 on APPLE ITUNES performed by Bryson Gray, Tyson James and Chandler Crump…
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) October 21, 2021
Conservatives…do y’all want to actually “own the left”? Here’s our chance. TMZ doesn’t want the “Let’s Go Brandon” songs to pass Adele song. We’re probably 800 sales behind Adele. Ours has no profanity in it. Let’s hit #1 on iTunes! https://t.co/BYGffgz3O2
— CCG BRYSON (@RealBrysonGray) October 22, 2021
YouTube has banned “Let’s Go Brandon” song from YouTube due to “medical information”. What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa. pic.twitter.com/W8sCcyH4IM
— CCG BRYSON (@RealBrysonGray) October 21, 2021
It has been reported that YouTube is trying to ban the song.
But it’s not just YouTube.
Multiple platforms are banning or suppressing the reach of this song.
Despite this attempt to censor the surprise Hip-Hop hit, it continues to gain momentum.
The Washington Examiner confirms the gains on the music charts:
A gaffe-turned-meme about President Joe Biden is topping music charts.
Loza Alexander first went viral on TikTok after releasing his rendition of a reporter flubbing a disparaging chant from a NASCAR crowd. His hip-hop remix of the incident — the “Let’s Go Brandon Theme Song” — has racked up more than 83,000 likes on the platform since its release on Oct. 10.
The “Let’s go Brandon” chant originated from an Oct. 2 post-race interview an NBC News sports reporter conducted with NASCAR star Brandon Brown. The crowd behind the reporter repeatedly yelled, “F*** Joe Biden,” but she told the camera they were shouting, “Let’s go Brandon.”
The song topped Apple Music’s hip-hop/rap chart at No. 1 and came in at No. 2 on the Apple Music top songs list across all genres on Wednesday. It was only beat by Adele’s “Easy on Me.”
TikTok briefly froze Alexander’s account following the song’s debut, citing “bullying,” Alexander said.
“I did not know it was going to blow up this big, but I did have a feeling that it was going to be something special because I noticed nobody else did a record, nobody else had sampled the vocals,” Alexander said Tuesday in an interview . “It just snaps.”
Now that the song is #1, the question remains:
How long will it stay there?
The longer the song stays #1, the more crazy the Left will become.
But despite the efforts to censor the song, it continues to gain popularity.