Lil Nas X Shares Behind-The-Scenes ‘Montero’ Video After Debuting At No. 1

But around this time in 2020 I pulled it together, me, daytrip, omer & roy worked for months on end,” he said. “Montero” has become popular due to the controversial video of Lil Nas X, which has drawn condemnation from Christian religious circles as well as a lawsuit from Nike over the blood insole ‘Satan Shoes’ worn by Lil Nas X. The song is trailed by Justin Bieber’s “Peaches” in second place. “Last year I was sitting in my apartment thinking it was all perfect, to please everyone, and not make any enemies. 1 as he shared that he felt dismissed by fans in 2020 as he struggled to please everyone but that he continued working in spite of it all. It’s also Lil Nas X’s first song to debut at No. That stifled me creatively. Thank you guys so much,” he said. 1 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart. 1 on the Hot 100 chart after “Old Town Road,” which spent 19 weeks in the number one spot in 2019. He could’ve gave up but 4 platinum songs and 2 #1’s later, he’s still here.”
The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S streaming, radio airplay, and sales data to arrive at chart data. I felt so sorry for myself. 1. Many viewed the song as satanic as they criticized the artist, but Lil Nas X has said that the song is a reflection of the internal battle he felt regarding his queer personality. This would make Lil Nas X’s second No. “Montero” was released on March 26 on Columbia Records is the 1,120th No. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) The company that made the shoes are defendants in the Nike Lawsuit in which Nike was granted an injunction against MSCHF to stop any further sale of the shoes, which sport an inverted cross and human blood in the sole. Lil Nas X shared with fans some behind-the-scenes shots from his controversial “Montero” video
Lil Nas X’s latest song, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” has reached the No. 1 single in the Hot 100’s 62-year history, according to Billboard. The song name references his real name Montero Lamar Hill and according to an explanation from Lil Nas X- the song “begs the question: do you truly love your neighbor as yourself, enough to call them by your own name?”
The artist is also basking in the joy of achieving No. “we get to decide OUR own destiny, never let the world decide it for YOU!” he said. According to Billboard, the song recorded 46.9 million U.S streams and sold 21,000 downloads in its first week. “One day in June I was working on a song and foundn myself leaving the studio every 10 minutes to cry but I didn’t stop working, a melody came to my mind “Call me when you want na-na-na-na-na, and I knew it was something special about it, fast forward a year alter it’s the biggest song in the world. You told him to stop while he’s ahead. On Twitter, he also said, “y’all told 19 year old who had just escapted the lowest point of his life that he would never have a hit again.