Lil Nas X releases video for “J Christ”

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The return of the winner of the Grammy It is revealed as a messianic event.

Lil Nas XHe has launched “JChrist” and with it a self-directed video clip full of religious images. When announcing this topic, he commented on social networks that the single featured “a much-loved pop star: God.” And earlier this week lil said the song “is dedicated to the man who had the greatest comeback of all time”; She then shared the artwork for the single.

After unveiling the cover, the musician via x He clarified that: “The crazy thing that is nowhere in the image is a mockery of Jesus (…) The image of Jesus is used throughout history in popular art around the world.” Therefore, at no time has it been his intention to offend any religious group.

Having said that, “JChrist” produced and co-written by Lil Nas X next to Gesaffelstein, Omar Fedi and blake Slatkinrather alludes to his musical return, because after two years of absence this is the first single of a new era for lil.

As for the video, in it we see a basketball game between an angel and a demon, then a dance sequence opens where Noah’s ark appears wet and we immediately see Lil Nas X nailed to a cross. Look it here:

On the other hand, despite this being its return to music, last year the rapper’s documentary, Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero debuted in Toronto Film Festival. The film will be broadcast on the platform streaming, HBO next Saturday, January 27 at 8:00 a.m. (ET); will also be available to stream on Max. Do not miss it!


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