If you ever wondered where Kid Rock stood in regards to the Biden presidency, Dr. Fauci and vaccines, wonder no more. In his new song “We The People,” the Southern rocker from Detroit addresses all three hot button issues as only an American Bad Ass can.
We the people (ooh, let’s go Brandon.)
It’s clear that Rock’s no longer a devil without a cause. He says he had plenty of inspiration for his lyrics.
“(‘We The People’ is) about, well, all the craziness going on in our world in the last few years and the politics and the polarization and social justice,” Rock said earlier this week via Facebook. “You know, constantly for just being a Trump fan attacked in the media, day in day out.”
Rock’s modern day political anthem combines all of his trademark skills — rock, rap, energy, timing, lyrics — into a four minute and nine second FU to the liberal powers that be.
Less than a minute into his latest banger, the five-time Grammy nominee sings:
Wear your mask, take your pills
Now a whole generation’s mentally ill
(Hey-yeah) man, f— Fauci.
He then jumps from one controversial figure to the next:
But COVID’s near, it’s coming to town
We gotta act quick, shut our borders down
Joe Biden does, the media embraces
Big Don does it and they call him racist
Get this man on an altar and let him preach already!
Rock, 51, is expected to unleash this fire onto live audiences throughout his Bad Reputation Tour this summer. Or as some masked nerd called it, ‘Kid Rock’s 2022 Superspreader Tour.’
Just don’t expect his verbal beatdown to end with Biden and Fauci. Rock’s spewing enough venom to cover all the libs.
You piece of shit, I don’t see color
“Black lives matter”, no shit motherf—er.
But we gotta keep fighting for the right to be free
And every human being doesn’t have to agree
We all bleed red, brother, listen to me
It’s time for love and unity
Despite the song’s aggressive tone (not that that’s a bad thing), Rock’s message throughout is one of unity:
If you down with love and wanna make things better
All we gotta do is just come together
“We The People” was released Monday and by Tuesday afternoon had already reached No. 1 on the US iTunes store’s all-genre sales chart.
Sounds like a hit that we’ll be hearing all summer long.