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Lil Nas X Gets Emotional About His Debut Album

Part and parcel with his debut album, Lil Nas X has described his first full length set as a “coming-of-age story” 

The ‘Old Town Road’ singer has hinted that his forthcoming LP, Montero, will explore his “sexuality” and candor about his many “heartbreaks … It’s honest, it’s 100 percent me,” he remarked on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. “I played so many personalities the last time [his 2019 EP ‘7′].” I’m experimenting with my sexuality. It’s a narrative about coming of age. There have been a lot of heartbreaks in my life.” “It’s everything, man. It’s something that everyone can enjoy.” 

The 22-year old Grammy winner recently announced that his highly anticipated collection would provide a “greater sense of who I am and what I stand for” said the rapper who came out as Gay in 2019, discussing how his songwriting has significantly improved since he began singing about his personal life. “With this album, my previous writing has improved by 100 percent.”

“I’m writing about my real life and what I’m going through right now. This record will help people understand who I am and what I believe in.” Nas X recently sent a letter to his 14-year-old self on coming out in public. He talked about how “scary” it was to reveal his sexuality, but how vital it was to “open doors for many other queer people to simply exist” in the music video for his current #1 charting single. “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)… Dear 14-year-old Montero, I wrote a song with our name in it,”stated Nas X, whose actual name is Montero Lamar Hill. It concerns a man I met last summer. I know we pledged we’d never come out publicly, that we’d never be “that” sort of homosexual person, that we’d die with the secret, but this will allow many more queer individuals to just live. People will be outraged, and they will accuse me of promoting an agenda, as you can see. However, the fact is that I am. The goal is for people to keep out of other people’s lives and stop telling them who they should be. From the future, I’m sending you my love. (sic) -LNX”

In the “Montero” music video the singer kisses an extraterrestrial and dances with the devil in the arresting visual , which is full of Greek Mythology parallels as he reveals his “personal story of temptation, judgment, and standing in the full power of his sexuality”

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Author: Luke Traina

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