Anti-Biden ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Songs Topple Superstar Adele From Top Spot On iTunes

Two songs incorporating the ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ theme sweeping the nation are dominating the iTunes charts, featuring four out of the top ten entries for ‘top song,’ including numbers 1 and 2.

Even more impressive was the fact that the anti-Biden lyrics knocked Adele off her top spot.

BGR News jokes, “President Biden is so popular, the two most popular songs on iTunes right now were written in his honor.”

They are quick to point out that ‘popular’ is a relative term and that the songs are actually very anti-Biden in their nature – as ‘Let’s go Brandon’ represents a euphemism for ‘F*** Joe Biden.’

The inside joke is the result of NBC Sports reporter Kelli Stavast, interviewing NASCAR driver Brandon Brown, was interrupted with a very clear and vociferous chant of “F*** Joe Biden.”

Ever the journalist, Stavast, without missing a beat, tried to tell viewers the crowd was chanting a much more palatable but very incorrect, “Let’s go Brandon.”

RELATED: Marine Veteran Wears ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Shirt To Receive Valor Award For Disarming Robbery Suspect

Let’s Go Brandon Song Dominates

The top song currently on the iTunes chart is “Let’s Go Brandon (feat. Tyson James & Chandler Crump)” by Bryson Gray, followed by “Let’s Go Brandon (Extended Version)” by Loza Alexander at number two.

These songs have driven artists such as Adele and Ed Sheeran down the charts, including Elton John.

Also in the top 10 is the Alexander version of the song which is presumably shorter than the extended at number 4, while a remix version by God’s Child sits at number 7. screengrab of iTunes Top 10 Chart

Another pair of songs featuring the phrase shows up in the top 100 songs on iTunes – one at 57 and another at 67.

Gray’s version sits atop the entire chart despite having been banned on YouTube and Instagram for spreading “harmful false information.”

You can check out that song below …


RELATED: GOP Rep. Duncan Enrages Democrat By Wearing ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Mask On House Floor

All The Rage

It’s truly remarkable that these songs are topping the charts, especially when you consider at least 81 million people aren’t listening to it, right?


And yet, it’s becoming a cultural phenomenon.


“The phrase has spread like wildfire across social media, as well as the internet, for two key reasons,” BGR News reports.

“One is that, thanks to the episode after the NASCAR race, the phase serves as a kind of euphemistic stand-in for a more vulgar insult to President Biden,” they continue. “Tell a Biden critic ‘Let’s go, Brandon,’ and he or she will know exactly what you mean.”

You can also drop an expletive on a very unpopular president without having to do so.

“The phrase is also a succinct addendum that can accompany any piece of anti-Biden … anything,” the column adds.

And that’s exactly what is happening.

One young man went viral earlier this month when he shouted ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ into a microphone while announcing the start of a race in New York.

This phrase is also used outside the speedway.

James Kilcer (retired U.S. Marine) became a star on social media after a video was posted of him arming a suspect in a robbery attempt at Yuma, Arizona.

Kilcer hilariously accepted an award from the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office for his “extraordinary heroism and exceptional courage” while wearing a “Let’s go Brandon” t-shirt. 

It has been used even in Congress.

Republican Congressman Jeff Duncan of South Carolina wore a “Let’s Go Brandon” mask on the House floor.

Rep. Bill Posey (R.FL) used this phrase in a speech he gave on the House’s floor.

“Don’t build it back, put it back the way it was and leave it the hell alone,” he said mocking the President’s favorite slogan.

Posey then raised a fist and said, “Let’s go Brandon.”

President Brandon’s approval rating currently sits at a dismal 42 percent, and was recently as low as 38 percent in a Quinnipiac poll earlier this month with a clear majority saying the administration is simply not competent.

While the President received negative reviews for his military, tax, foreign and immigration policies, as well as the Mexican border, he also failed to address two areas where he was expected to improve upon entering office.

55% of Americans are dissatisfied with his economic management (compared to 39% who approve), while 50% view COVID negatively.

Like the Bryson Grey song:

“Let’s go, Brandon and it’s clear that man a wreck / Let’s go, Brandon, now the Taliban a threat.”

“FJB is the motto in these streets / Let’s go Brandon, sing it with me.”

Dominating the charts, it’s safe to assume many people are singing along.


This is the right time to share and support the resources you believe in.
The Political Insider ranks #15 on Feedspot’s “Top 70 Conservative Political Blogs, Websites & Influencers in 2021.”