Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion is serving up the co-signs. The hip-hop heavyweight has come through with the big salute to Lil Nas X on the release of his new "Holiday" single and music video.
Megan Thee Stallion Loves Lil Nas X’s Holiday
Stallion went to Lil Nas X’s Instagram page to show the new banger a major look. Stallion co-signed a post promoting the single’s music video.
“Soooo fireeee 🔥🔥🔥🔥” -Megan Thee Stallion
“HOLIDAY OUT NOW! LINK IN BIO! ❄️” -Lil Nas X’s Instagram
Lil Nas X Gets Futuristic For The Holiday Season
After mounted anticipation, X delivered the new music video to fans in time for the weekend. The visual features X taking on the role of Santa while turning up around robots.
Lil Nas X has shared a new song called “Holiday,” his first solo single since he released his 7 EP more than a year ago. Produced by Take a Daytrip—who collaborated with the rapper on “Panini”—the song comes with a shiny, Santa-themed visual treatment. The teaser featured a cameo by Back to the Future star Michael J. Fox. The Gibson Hazard-directed video—which is set on Christmas eve in the North Pole—finds Santa Lil Nas X overseeing his team of robotic elves, riding around in a slick red sled pulled by robotic reindeer, and donning a number of futuristic looks. (Pitchfork)
The Blockbuster Teaser
Leading to the single and video’s premiere, X teased fans with a must-see “Holiday” trailer featuring Hollywood veteran Michael J. Fox.
Lil Nas X Keeping Busy
Throughout the year, X has kept busy away from the recording studio. He’s won awards and appeared at various events including a fundraiser concert.
Nas previously appeared at this year’s virtual GLAAD Media Awards ceremony and was a guest on an episode of the HBO Max Sesame Street spinoff series The Not-Too-Late Show. The rapper co-headlined a four-hour livestream fundraiser for pandemic relief via the Shein phone app, alongside Katy Perry, and he was one of the featured commencement speakers for Facebook’s #Graduation 2020 virtual event, honoring high school and college graduates who were unable to attend in-person ceremonies this May. (Rolling Stone)