John Rich, an outspoken conservative and the better half of “Big and Rich” just released a new song in collaboration with a conservative rapper and, with the song’s release, decimated his woke competition.
Recently John Rich put another feather in his cowboy hat, as his new song, a collaboration with conservative rapper Tom MacDonald took the top spot on the iTunes “all-genre” chart. The list of artists the duet outpaced is impressive.
“End of the World” outsold wokesters Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, and even Nashville heavyweight Morgan Wallen. Breitbart had this to say:
You don’t come across that many country-rap collaborations in the music world. But sometimes a cross-pollination yields an unqualified hit. Such is the case with the new single “End of the World,” a collaboration between indie rapper Tom MacDonald and country music star John Rich.
This week Rich celebrated “End of the World” hitting the No. 1 spot on iTunes’ all-genre download chart, surpassing singles by Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, and country music star Morgan Wallen.
People who aren’t familiar with Tom MacDonald may not realize he is the leading voice, and perhaps only voice in conservative rap music. MacDonald, a 34 year-old Canadian born white rapper, often centers his music around cancel culture, wokeness, and freedom of speech. The left has tried time and again to cancel him, but MacDonald produces and promotes his own material, and has a huge following on YouTube.
The collaboration with country heavyweight John Rich has proven to be more than the woke left can silence, as evidenced by the huge chart position. The song? It’s an outstanding mix of country and rap, and the lyrics speak truth to how our country is right now. Breitbart describes it thusly:
The song is anti-establishment to its core, warning about the evils posed by big corporations, big government, the military industrial complex, and the wokeness consuming the culture. As the title spells out, the song’s outlook is fundamentally pessimistic. Alternating voices in their respective music styles, MacDonald and Rich prophesy an apocalyptic scenario that feels inevitable but also avoidable, if only the right people take action soon enough.
True to its message, “End of the World” itself is an anti-establishment creation, written and released outside the mainstream music industry.
John Rich is a committed conservative whose Twitter feed is full of pro-conservative messaging. For example, he recently quote tweeted a post by Kari Lake in which Lake said “They want to ARREST me for exposing fraud in the 2022 Election. Now, the AZ Supreme Court has ruled that the very fraud I highlighted has to be looked at. This is big, folks. Hit me with your best shot. I will never, ever back down. Try me.” Rich, in his comment, said “If you’re a threat to their lies, they just arrest you. Fortunately, @KariLake is made of teflon.”
— John Rich🇺🇸 (@johnrich) March 24, 2023
In another post, Rich spoke about his faith, saying “God uses the most unlikely people to do His most important work. Moses/David/Paul/Peter/Daniel etc…Flawed humans who turned their will over to God are historically the ones who had the most impact for good. Know this: God is directing the show and His outcomes are intentional.”
God uses the most unlikely people to do His most important work. Moses/David/Paul/Peter/Daniel etc…Flawed humans who turned their will over to God are historically the ones who had the most impact for good. Know this: God is directing the show and His outcomes are intentional.
— John Rich🇺🇸 (@johnrich) March 22, 2023
"*" indicates required fields