Kid Rock Released A New Song About How Much He Hates Millennials
50-year-old Kid Rock doesn’t appear to like millennials. Presumably, the feeling is mutual. However, millennials don’t have the cash to gather a team of songwriters and professionally produce a single targeting their dislike of the aging “musician.” But Kid Rock surely does! The self-proclaimed American Badass took time out of his busy schedule of dishing out homophobic slurs and going on drunken rants against Oprah to unveil his latest song “Don’t Tell Me How To Live” which takes aim at “snowflakes” and “offended millennials.” The biggest surprise here is that Kid Rock is still somehow releasing music.
As told by NME:
The track, Kid Rock’s first new music since 2017, sees him team up with Canadian rock band Monster Truck on a pseudo-cover of their 2015 track, also called ‘Don’t Tell Me How To Live’. “
A nation of pussies is our next generation,” Kid Rock says on the new track, which comes complete with a video that sees him wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with the slogan: “Social media sucks.”
He adds: “These minions and their agendas, every opinion has a millennial offended,” before rapping: “So what the fuck’s up with all the backlash/ you snowflakes here’s a news flash: ain’t nobody gonna tell me how to live.”
My God, it’s so edgy and fresh! I’m sure Kid Rock’s pam, Trump, has it playing on a loop. Not since Bawitdaba have we seen this level of creativity spew forth from such a relevant musical talent. Much like a venereal disease, the Kid Pebble is back with an itchy vengeance! And in case you’ve been looking for an easier way to make your ears bleed, here’s the video:
There is quite a lot going on in this nuanced and clever video. If you look very closely, you’ll see that Kid Rock dons a shirt with the words “Social Media Sucks” written across the front. This could be seen as a commentary on the many ways that social media is leading to increased dissatisfaction, feelings of inadequacy, and isolation in today’s youth which could have long-term implications on the mental health of a generation. Or maybe Kid Rock hates when people comment mean things on his Instagram. Who’s to say?! And later in this visual feast, he rides a giant middle finger up to space. Only the greatest literary minds can decipher the meaning behind Kid Rock’s subtle messages!
Critical analysis aside, I think it’s quite clear that no one can tell Kid Rock how to live. If anyone has been, he’s definitely not listening. Making songs like Cowboy or never being seen in public NOT wearing that fedora are clear signs of a man who does not listen to good advice.