Kid Rocks fired back at the media, the Dems, the woke mob, and all his critics with a new song called “Don’t Tell Me How To Live.” The 50-year-old singer teased the song with an announcement Thursday by posting an image of the Statue of Liberty wearing a face mask and today’s date.
The track is built around Canadian rock band Monster Truck’s 2015 song “Don’t Tell Me How to Live.” Some lyrics:
“Every opinion has a Millennial offended. But this Amendment One, it rings true.
“And if you don’t dissent
“Then see number two.” (2nd Amendment)
“Hey snowflakes here’s a newsflash: Ain’t nobody gonna tell me how to live.”
From The Detroit News:
A video for the song finds Rock, at one point wearing a T-shirt that reads “social media sucks,” clutching a bottle of booze and riding a flying middle finger over Mount Rushmore and into outer space.
The new single was teased online Thursday by Rock, who turned 50 in January, with a picture of him standing shirtless at a recording console with two middle fingers raised. “(Expletive) gets real this Friday,” read the post’s caption.
The “Don’t Tell Me How To Live” single art features the Statue of Liberty wearing a facemask.
Now a Nashville resident, the Romeo native opens the new song with an emphatic “Detroit ‘til I die!”
Rock noted that the pandemic had offered him plenty of time to write and record: “I haven’t this much time to work on music since my first record,” he said.
He added that he had planned to release a 50-song triple-album this year, made up of 10 hip-hop tracks, 10 rock tracks, 10 country tracks and 20 previously unreleased cuts. The project would have been accompanied by a tour kicking off at Detroit’s Ford Field, he said.
NEW SINGLE AND VIDEO – 11.19.21 pic.twitter.com/uCL1my1ftF— Kid Rock (@KidRock) November 18, 2021