A new song, “Let’s Go Brandon Christmas,” has gone viral in just a couple days, garnering more than 30,000 YouTube views between Sunday and Monday. On Tuesday, the number tops 85,000 and is rising fast.
Rapper Forgiato Blow performs the song, and he’s already had a hit with a previous “Let’s go Brandon”-themed music video.
“My wish came true — he’s getting impeached,” Blow sings. “I told Santa we need Trump back. Four more years of 45 — I’m good with that.”
Another song he performs, “Let’s Go Brandon Slide,” was posted Oct. 28 and has more than 1 million views on YouTube. The video shows supporters of former President Donald Trump in “Make America Great Again” hats and shirts, with many marching and carrying U.S. flags.
In late October, four of the Top 10 songs on iTunes all had the same title — “Let’s Go Brandon.”
In No. 1 is “Let’s Go Brandon (feat. Tyson James & Chandler Crump)” by Bryson Gray, and in the No. 2 spot is “Let’s Go Brandon (Extended Version)” by Loza Alexander. The two songs have knocked out “Easy On Me” by Adele. In the No. 4 spot is another version of Alexander’s song, and a third version, “Let’s Go Brandon (Loza Alexander Remix)”
In the Alexander hit, the rapper “chants the iconic anti-Biden mantra and is immediately followed by a sample of a crowd chanting the original line, the more rough-and-ready ‘F*ck Joe Biden,’” writes The Post-Millennial.
“Alexander can be seen in the video wearing a red MAGA-style hat with white lettering on it which reads ‘Make Music Great Again’ and rapping about how many Americans are experiencing regret and how he feels vindicated due to the poor performance of the Biden administration,” the site said.
On October 2, an NBC sports reporter interviewing NASCAR driver Brandon Brown at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama after Brown scored his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series win stated in a video that the crowd was chanting “Let’s go, Brandon!” when in reality they were chanting “F*** Joe Biden,” The Daily Wire reported.
The “F*** Joe Biden” chant has exploded across the U.S. in the last few weeks, with college football crowds booming out the refrain in unison as they gather by the thousands in huge stadiums.