In early February, Bryson Gray, a self-described Christian conservative rapper, released a brand new album which has already landed on four Billboard Top 100 music charts, titled “Us Versus the Industry”.
However, the MAGA rapper behind the mega-hit “Let’s Go Brandon” has had his music removed from YouTube in the past because it violates their covid ‘misinformation’ policies.
The rapper’s single ‘Lets Go Brandon’ was censored on YouTube but despite this, the LGB reached #1 on both iTunes and Amazon music.
“Let’s Go Brandon” had about 50 million fewer streams and 40,000 fewer downloads than the No. 1 song in America.
In an interview about his most recent album “Us Versus the Industry,” Gray stated why he was persuaded to compose conservative rap music.
Gray, who has been a frequent critic of the Biden regime and the liberal media, explained that he is heavily influenced by religion and by the cause of liberty.
“I made the album because people listening to rap are only getting ideas from one side, which means they’re being influenced to go in one direction. It’s meant to be that way. It’s planned. I’m attacking the narrative. I’m providing an alternative to the disgusting music that’s being offered today,”
“This album could not have happened without the powerful influence of Jesus Christ. Period. Full stop. I’m trying to bring thought provoking songs into the rap and hip-hop genre that truly advance the cause of liberty.” Gray explained.
On Thursday morning on The Tennessee Star Report Michael Patrick Leahy welcomed MAGA Rapper Bryson Gray to talk about his new album release, US Versus the Industry.
Leahy: We are joined on a newsmaker line by our favorite MAGA rapper who lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Bryson Gray! Good morning, Bryson.
Gray: Good morning. How are you, man? Thank you for having me on.
Leahy: You got another top rated video video song you’re releasing. What is it and how’s it doing?
Gray: My album called US Versus the Industry. It had a real hot start. We jumped up to the number one rap album on itunes within 24 hours. We were number three within all genres.
Leahy: US Versus the Industry. How many songs are on it and how do people get it?
Gray: There are 20 songs on it, which is the largest album I’ve ever released. You can get it on itunes, you can get it on Amazon. You can get a signed copy on brysongraymusic.com. You can get it pretty much everywhere.
Gray’s new album was just released last week, but his pre-released single ‘Controlled,’ which debuted at #1 on Amazon Music and #2 on the iTunes hip hop charts, has once again topped the charts.
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