LIL NAS X SETS A DATE FOR THEIR NEXT RELEASE, “LATE TO DA PARTY”


Lil Nas X has just put a date on his new song, Late To Da Party, which will feature YoungBoy and will be released on June 24. The rapper already surprised us a few weeks ago with two advances of new projects that he is carrying out and this will be the first one that he gives us.

After being quite active on social networks in recent weeks, the artist has shown all his followers his future projects. In the posts we can see small previews or complete singles, as is the case of the song that he published on Twitter with the description: “another preview that I will never release”, which was accompanied by a video of him dancing.

The name of this new song was already announced on June 7 with a piece of the single that will be released next Friday the 24th. These tweets were published by the rapper because of the anger caused by not being nominated for any award. at the BET Awards. He posted messages like, “Thank you BET Awards, featured zero nominations again,” but ultimately ended up deleting from the networks.

 

This theme is expected to be included in the second album in which he is fully involved right now. We must remember that not even a year has passed since the release of his debut album, Montero, which came out in September 2021. This shows that Lil Nas X is working hard so that the public has new music.

In addition, the rapper has just received the Hal David Starlight Award at the Songwriters Hall of Fame in its 51st edition. It is presented as an opportunity for young composers who are having a great impact in the music industry thanks to their own songs.

Long Live Montero Tour, this is the name of the tour that the artist will give and in which he has included a stop in Spain. After passing through Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago or Berlin, Lil Nas X will give his only concert in our country at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona on November 17.

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