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“Let’s Go Brandon” Songs Hit #1 & #2 on iTunes Charts


“Let’s Go Brandon” continues to sweep the nation and unify Americans.

And it now sits atop the music world!

As of this writing, “Let’s Go Brandon” singles claim the #1 & #2 spots on the iTunes charts.

Here’s the proof (photos taken 8:22 pm EST today):

Bryson Gray’s single (feat. Tyson James & Chandler Crump) ousted Adele for #1 and Loza Alexander’s jam sits right behind at #2.

Gray hit #1 despite getting banned from YouTube for “medical misinformation.”

“Let’s Go Brandon” makes other appearances in the Top 10:

New Yorkers had a “Let’s Go Brandon” party after a protest outside of JetBlue Headquarters.

JetBlue employees and New York Freedom Rally stood together to fight for medical freedom.

“Let’s Go Brandon” chants also broke out at NYC’s historic city worker protest of 50,000+ fighting against medical tyranny.

Gray discussed what helped his single land the #1 iTunes spot in the New York Post:

“Let’s Go Brandon,” released last week by avowed President Donald Trump supporter Bryson Gray, has been sitting at No. 1 since Sunday, when it refused to fulfill the lyrical request of Adele’s much-hyped comeback single “Easy On Me.” (The Brit pop diva sits at No. 3 behind a random redux of Gray’s hit song by YouTube rapper Loza Alexander.)

The 30-year-old rapper believes his single shot to No. 1 because of the YouTube ban.

“If you read guidelines for social media sites now, the guidelines themselves are against conservatism. You literally can’t have a conservative opinion,” Gray told The Post on Wednesday. “Like I can’t say there are only two genders, or I can’t call somebody by what they are. I have to be delusional with them.”

A defiant Gray continued: “Cancel culture doesn’t work anymore. It only works on people who are scared … all it does is help me out. Thanks, YouTube!”

The American people have spoken with their musical requests.

And they want “Let’s Go Brandon.”


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