On Tuesday afternoon, Kid Rock fired back at his critics and the media after revealing how successful his new single is in a post on Instagram.
In November, the singer released the defiant “Don’t Tell Me How to Live.” Now, he’s followed that up with another single titled “Ala-F*****-Bama.” The song was just released on all major streaming services on Friday, Dec. 17. It’s already shot up the Rock singles chart to No. 1, and Kid Rock is making sure people know it.
The Michigan native shared a screenshot from his phone of Apple Music’s Rock singles. He circled both of his singles that sit at No. 1 and No. 7 on Apple Music’s chart. The musician made sure to rub it in his critics’ faces in true Kid Rock fashion. He reminded everyone that his songs haven’t been played on the radio and they’ve had no promotion, but they’ve still topped the streaming list. The 50-year-old went on to thank all his fans for their support. Additionally, he announced that 23 more songs are ready for release.
“Merry Christmas to me! lol! No radio, No promotion, No nothing… except for all the stupid a** critics and media that keep taking the bait!! Thanks to all the fans out there for the support, they can’t and will NEVER beat us! Glad your diggin’ the new tunes – have not even got to my best stuff yet!! (Got 23 more ready to go!!) Stay tuned!” Kid Rock wrote on Instagram.
Kid Rock Criticizes Cancel Culture in New Song ‘Don’t Tell Me How to Live’
When Kid Rock released “Don’t Tell Me How to Live,” it immediately garnered quite the reaction from listeners. Considering the song’s title, it’s probably pretty clear that the singer was speaking his mind and wasn’t worried about what anyone else thought.
The single that currently sits at No. 7 on Apple Music‘s Rock chart is arguably his most in-your-face track of his career. Kid Rock shares his opinion about the current state of America and is unapologetic with his lyrics.
“So what the f—s up with all the backlash? // You snowflakes, here’s a news flash!
“And, these minions and their agendas // Every opinion has a millennial offended // But this amendment one, it rings true // And if you don’t dissent, b—-, then see number two.“
Kid Rock doesn’t mince words with the lyrics of “Don’t Tell Me How to Live.” There’s zero confusion about what he thinks about cancel culture and millennials in the new song. There’s also a newly released music video for the single. Feel free to check it out below, but consider this your warning if you’re not a fan of foul language.