The anti-Biden rallying song "Let’s Go Brandon" is sweeping over iTunes, with rapper Bryson Gray’s song poking fun at the president. It sits at the No. 1 spot of the music service’s chart as of today.
Sung by Bryson Grey, the song attacks Biden regarding his chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal, cognitive ability and handling of the coronavirus, and features Tyson James and Chandler Crump.
Gray’s "Let’s Go Brandon" music video features the rapper in a "Make America Great Again" hat with an "Impeach Biden" t-shirt as lyrics such as "Let’s go Brandon, when you ask questions they start banning.’"
"Look at Australia that’s what coming if we don’t stand up, stop complying with them taking our rights it’s time to man up," Gray says.
Where does the name come from? Well, the three-word chant became an internet sensation after an NBC reporter at a NASCAR Xfinity Series race (incorrectly) reported that fans in the stands were chanting "Let’s Go Brandon" after a victory by driver Brandon Brown, when they were really shouting, "F--k Joe Biden"
The "F--k Joe Biden!" chants have now, out of a sense of humor, been replaced in some venues with "Let’s Go Brandon" chants.
Another song titled "Let’s Go Brandon" by Loza Alexander was No. 3 on iTunes on Monday, as the anti-Biden chant has produced two separate songs that are both currently more popular than anything the Apple music service has to offer with the exception of No. 2, Adele’s "Easy On Me."