“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):
Gray hit #1 despite getting banned from YouTube for “medical misinformation.”
“Let’s Go Brandon” is still #1. Let’s make sure it stays there. Let’s change culture. It’s ONLY $1. LETS GOOOOOO!!! pic.twitter.com/5kqWomqu5s
— CCG BRYSON (@RealBrysonGray) October 27, 2021
— New York Post (@nypost) October 27, 2021
“Let’s Go Brandon” makes other appearances in the Top 10:
— Charles Watson (@cwatson34) October 27, 2021
Let's Go Brandon' Songs Dominate #1 and #2 on iTunes Charts https://t.co/0ntLCZeRea
— The TN (@Thewiseonewon) October 27, 2021
LETS GO BRANDON – Theme Song – is #1 on Hip Hop Charts. It’s number 2 on all genres on ITunes right behind Adelle.
Let’s send a message & make it number one! https://t.co/ZQ1svpHzpl
— Melissa Tate (@TheRightMelissa) October 23, 2021
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.
The Top 2 Songs on iTunes Right Now Are Called…
'Let's Go Brandon'
Anti Mandate Protesters Sing & Dance To 'Let's Go Brandon'
In Front of Jet Blue Headquarters In New York City… pic.twitter.com/QnjFbyVvpv
— Covid-1984 (@NeverSleever) October 27, 2021
— Wyn XVII (@PatriotWynIV) October 27, 2021
“Let’s Go Brandon” chants also broke out at NYC’s historic city worker protest of 50,000+ fighting against medical tyranny.
First Responders, City Workers Protest Vaccine Mandate In New York, Loud Chants Of ‘Let’s Go Brandon’, ‘F*ck De Blasio’ Erupt
— Tim Gradous (@tgradous) October 25, 2021
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.”