Straight To The Top: A Rapper Turns ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Into The Most Popular Song On iTunes

The phrase “Let’s go Brandon” has become code among conservatives, a way for them to express their feelings about President Joe Biden without getting as vulgar as the chant it sprang from.

But rapper Loza Alexander took “Let’s go Brandon” and turned it into a 140-second rap that, according to Fox News, is at the moment the most popular hip-hop song on iTunes.

Alexander’s video, which first appeared on Tik Tok, repeatedly dubbed in the comment made by NBC sports reporter Kelli Stavast, and used that as the jumping off point for his own commentary on Biden.

Stavast interviewed NASCAR Xfinity series driver Brandon Brown earlier this month after he won his first race at the Talladega Superspeedway. During the conversation, fans are heard in the background changing “F–k Joe Biden!”

Stavast spun that, telling Brown they were saying “Let’s go Brandon!” 

In his video, Alexander replays Stavast’s comment over and over, while also repeatedly rapping “You know what they sayin’.” Alexander, who wears a red baseball cap emblazoned with “Make Music Great Again,” also repeatedly flashes his middle finger as he shares his thoughts.

In the main lyrics, Alexander raps:

“I say it wit’ a passion

As I pull off in the Aston

Don’t nobody like his a–, huh?

Tried to cover up, but tell the people, go Brandon.”

“But we know what they sayin’, though

You can hear thе chant in every post

Don’t nobody want this commie ’causе we not in China

Everybody hated Trump, and now they out to catch a body.”

“That’s what they get for treatin’ us like we in Squid Game

Dream light, mandate like he’s insane

These times, people wakin’ up to e’erything

Go Brandon, but we all know what the sayin’ mean.”

The phrase has caught on in different ways.

Fox News noted that someone rented a plane to fly above the recent Auburn-Georgia football game while pulling a banner that said, “Let’s go Brandon!”

Brown himself has taken the uproar in stride, and with humor.

Last weekend, a video was posted of three children being asked to announce “Drivers, start your engines” before the start of the NAPA Super DIRT race, a dirt-track race held at Oswego Speedway in New York.

After the kids say their line, one boy adds, “Let’s go Brandon.”

On Twitter, Brown replied to the video, “I wasn’t racing this one buddy, but I appreciate the support!”

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