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These Metal Remixes of "Montero" Convince LIL NAS X To Make His Own

The heavy remixes sound great.

Lil Nas X was causing waves, the type of satanic panic that metal bands would get in the 80s last week, even getting a lawsuit from Nike. So naturally, metalheads have taken notice of his controversial new music video for "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)," which features the gay Black rapper falling down a stripper pole to Hell, giving Satan a lap dance and then killing him and capturing his crown – killing Satan is pretty metal no?

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Anyway, two metal musicians on TikTok thought they would add a metal spin on it. First, guitarist Ricky Jabarin posted his version and then drummer Sage Weeber added his spin.

@rickyjab

who thinks @lilnasx & i should jam in hell together 🤘🏽 #lilnasx #montero #punkgoespop #metal ♬ MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) – Lil Nas X

This eventually got the attention of Lil Nas X himself, who called out Youtube star Corpse Husband for a collaboration on a heavy remix of the song.

Jabarin posted an updated TikTok saying “Whether that’s serious or not, I have no idea — but if it’s for real, we would love to be involved. So Lil Nas X, let us know if we can work together to make a metal remix.”

We hope it happens and the original musicians are involved in some way!

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[via The Pit]

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