Despite the success of Adele's new release "Easy On Me," two "Let's Go Brandon" songs have bumped the pop star down the iTunes song chart to number three as the chant spreads across the country.
Gray's video features the rapper sporting a Make American Great Again bucket hat and an Impeach Biden shirt.
He warns that stories coming out of Australia, where the country has implemented strict lockdown policies with police very closely watching citizens for rule violations, is what's next for America if "we don't stand up, stop complying."
The song also takes shots at Biden's mental state, and the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Gray's original video was taken down from YouTube earlier this week, with the platform saying it contained "medical misinformation." The video has been re-uploaded numerous times by fans on October 21, with one uploader saying "YouTube banned this twice, ain't stopping us. Let's Go Brandon," with that video now having 335,469 views.
Alexander’s "Lets Go Brandon" song features the Alexander rapping over the NASCAR mishap that sparked the let’s go Brandon chant. Despite NASCAR attendees in the stands clearly shouting f-ck Joe Biden, a NBC reporter told Brandon Brown, who had just won the NASCAR Xfinity Series Race at Talladega, that the fans were chanting "let's go Brandon."
"Don't nobody want this commie cause we not in China," said Alexander.
"That's what they get for treatin' us like we in Squid Games. Green light, mandate like he's insane. These times people wakin' up to e'erything. Go Brandon, but we all know what the sayin' mean," he continued.
His song had previously topped the iTunes chart earlier this month.
Alexander's video currently has 3.5 million views on YouTube. Alexander's extended version of his song was ranked number 6 on the iTunes chart as well.
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