Today, Lil Nas X finally delivered his debut studio album, “Montero.” This project contains 15 tracks, as it’s led by hit singles such as “Sun Goes Down,” “Industry Baby” featuring Jack Harlow, and the chart-topping “Montero (Call Me By Your Name).” Additional collaborations on Montero include Elton John and Megan Thee Stallion.
Nas X Gets Together With Bitcoin For Huge Collaboration
Nas X’s marketing for Montero has been one of the best album rollouts of 2021. In another impressive move to promote the debut project, he has now announced on Twitter, that he and CashApp have gotten together, to launch. a $500,000 giveaway. These funds would be sent to winners in Bitcoin. All fans have to do is tweet their top three favorite songs off of Montero, include their CashApp user name, and include the hashtag #LilNasXGaveBirth.
— MONTERO 🦋 (@LilNasX) September 17, 2021
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Nas X Has Also Been Promoting Pregnancy Look To Promote Album
One of the other very interesting and unique ways that Nas X has been promoting Montero is sporting a look, in where he appears to have a pregnant stomach. While promoting the album this month, Nas X had been saying that his baby, Montero, will be born on September 17. This is in regards to the album finally being released. On Thursday, the Atlanta native even posted a video of what appears to be him finally giving birth, to the album.
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BABY MONTERO IS HOURS AWAY!!!
— MONTERO 🦋 (@LilNasX) September 16, 2021
Nas X Has Created Plenty Of Controversy In 2021 As Well
Nas X’s huge run this year, began back in late March. Then, his Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” single was released, and everyone was interested in this record a lot. When he put out the music video for it that night, the backlash came in. He was seen twerking on Satan in those visuals, and many felt that he was out of line. Following that release, he launched his Nike Air Max 97 “Satan Shoes,” which contained blood at the bottom, had a satanic emblem on the front, and also had a Luke 10:18 Bible verse on the side. The shoes also retailed for $1,018, but Nike shut those unauthorized sales, quickly, as a result of a lawsuit that they filed.
Nas X Doesn’t Believe That He Should Be A Role Model
Nas X also appeared in a new Breakfast Club interview yesterday and was unapologetic in how he feels about the public believing that he should be a role model. He explained that it’s not his job to parent other people’s kids and to watch for the content that is put out, in fear of what they should see. Nas X said “f*ck your kids” on the air, but ended up quickly realizing that that was a bad choice, and would put him in even more headlines that he doesn’t want to see himself in.