Let’s Go Brandon by Loza Alexander Hits #1 Hip-Hop Song In America

Let’s Go Brandon by Loza Alexander, a rap song critical of Joe Biden that was unbelievably born out of a NASCAR meme has now emerged as one of the hottest tunes in the country, especially among conservatives who are highly critical of the U.S. President. MAGA Artist’s “Let’s Go Brandon” Song Mocking Joe Biden Presidency Hits #1 Hip-Hop Song In America On iTunes Chart by Christopher Boyle, Oct 21, 2021. https://www.publishedreporter.com/2021/10/21/maga-artists-lets-go-brandon-mocking-joe-biden-presidency-hits-1-hip-hop-song-in-america-on-tunes-chart/

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Posted on 10/26/2021

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