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Snapshots: Lil Nas X @ The Anthem — 9/25/22

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Lil Nas X performs at The Anthem on Sept. 25, 2022. (Photos by Aaron Idelson)

Multi-platinum, award-winning superstar Lil Nas X embarked on his first ever tour. Produced by Live Nation, Nas’ the Long Live Montero tour is making stops across North America through Oct. 23.

Lil Nas X recently visited The Anthem, and Parklife has some exciting pictures to share of this spectacular sold-out show.

The highly-anticipated Long Live Montero tour welcomes fans to Lil Nas X’s world and will serve to celebrate the massive success of his critically acclaimed and Grammy-nominated debut album Montero. The album was included on numerous Best of 2021 lists from Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, People, USA Today, Billboard, LA Times, Complex, and more for “its genre-stretching approach and refreshingly honest exploration of love and loneliness” as told by Variety. The certified Platinum album, which Billboard calls a “masterpiece,” also boasts the 4x Platinum hit song “Industry Baby” featuring Jack Harlow, which went on to reach No. 1 at Top 40 radio and No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

At The Anthem on Sept. 25, Lil Nas X closed the main set with “Industry Baby.”

Watch the official music video for “Industry Baby” by Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow on YouTube:

Lil Nas X is a 23-year-old award-winning rapper, singer, songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. Dubbed “an internationally recognized phenomenon” by Billboard, he rose to fame in 2019 when he released “Old Town Road” and simultaneously upended the music industry — shattering genre norms, disrupting the charts and going viral worldwide. The song’s remix with Billy Ray Cyrus became the longest running No. 1 single in Billboard Hot 100 history after 19 weeks atop the chart. The 16x Platinum hit is the most certified song in RIAA history and is recognized with numerous awards including two Grammys.

Here are some photos of Lil Nas X at The Anthem on Sept. 25, 2022. All pictures by Aaron Idelson, courtesy of Lil Nas X.

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