The original track blew up after Billy Ray Cyrus hopped on the track, which propelled Lil Nas to the front line of the rap game. With four performers on the new remix, one would think it'd be oppressive to the light nature of a hit like "Old Town Road".
Recently, Lionsgate unleashed a trailer featuring "Old Town Road" to promote the September 20 release of "Rambo: Last Blood", starring Sylvester Stallone. The track is also now Number One on Rolling Stone's Top 100 chart. The single has achieved the title of longest-running Hot 100 hip-hop single of all time.More news: AFCON 2019: CAF names officials for Nigeria, Algeria semi-final
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The new version of "Old Town Road" puts 12-year-old viral star Ramsey in the mix, and the animated lyric video is appropriate, even if some of the lyrics are more PG-13.
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With more than 200 million views on Youtube, the song initially stirred controversy after the Billboard removed it from the country charts when it took the number one spot.
Thugger comes in after Lil Nas on the third verse while young Ramsey holds it down in the final bars of the 2-minute-long track.