The musician released his debut album Friday, September 17
Congratulations are in for Lil Nas X — who worked for months before finally giving birth their first album, “Montero”.
The now-viral clip depicts Lil Nas X – real name Monteiro Lamar Hill – being escorted through a hospital wing, with a pair of staff in scrubs on his bed to “push” him is encouraged.
Footage finally shows the 22-year-old artist delivering a vinyl-sized album cover for the long-awaited “Montero”. Later, Lil Nas X breaks the record by caressing his plastic sleeve as he tells the midwives, “It’s already Grammy-nominated.”
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However, MTV was among the first to congratulate Lil Nas X on his new arrival: “I’m a proud uncle,” 40 year old network commented.
The artist also took a moment out of pride to troll the 29-year-old rapper Dabai, who was heavily criticized for making homophobic statement on stage.
“I can see the baby,” as X says one of the physicians and the other attendants echo: “Da baby?”
Amidst the confusion, Ax interrupts “Let’s Go,” with an extended “O,” before the three men break into Dabi’s “Bop on Broadway” dance.
The skit is the latest hilarious material to come out of Lil Nas X’s pregnancy-inspired promotional push for their inaugural album, which fans have been waiting for since “Old Town Road” stampeded through pop culture in 2019. has done.
They initially announced the release date of their album with a photo shoot that featured an ethereal X wearing a flower crown and reminiscent of what appears to be a baby bump at the end of the third trimester. Beyoncé’s 2017 Baby Announcement.
She later celebrated “Montero”‘s upcoming arrival with a grand baby shower, an event she shared on social media, thanking celebs like Megan Thee Stallion and Doja Cat for their thoughtful gifts.
Along with the record drop came a new video for the song “That’s What I Want”, in which Ax plays a football player engaging in a locker room romance with a teammate.
It is officially the third single from the just-released “Montero”, which features “satanic terror-inducing” Video “Montero (Call Me Your Name),” in which the singer was seen doing a lap dance for the devil himself.