R.A. The Rugged Man pens scorching friendly critique with a rehearsed hand over Lil Nas X’s “MONTERO” instrumental.
With Lil Nas X’s Satanically-charged single “MONTERO” at present sitting up high as the greatest tune on the planet at this moment, it wouldn’t have been long until the remixes started pouring in. Handling the melodic pop-banger is as a matter of fact first class lyricist R.A. The Rugged Man, whose pen game stands as sharp as his blistering social discourse.
Having a field-day with the widespread panic that rose after the arrival of “MONTERO’s” visuals and blood-touched shoes, The Rugged Man plunges head-first into the idea as he lets fly fast fire bars. “It’s the Satanic frenzy, playing Dungeons and Dragons,” he spits, suggesting the contention started by the tabletop pretending game, harking back to the nineteen seventies. “VHS pornography structure conceptive examples/like it’s Led Zeppelin “Flight of stairs to Heaven” in reverse.”
As the track proceeds, the profundity of his message turns out to be clear. “What’s more terrible, Lil Nas X Satanic tennis shoe, or leaving kids at the congregation with the Catholic evangelist?” he spits. “Pepe Le Pew vivified animation chicken free, drop Mr. Potato, he offered head to Dr. Seuss.” Clearly, The Rugged Man has in excess of a couple of contemplations on the present status of issues, delighting in bringing up pietism across all sides of the passageway. Look at his melodiously sharp and deftly conveyed “Montero” remix now.