“Boycott Target” Song Hits No. 1 on iTunes

Forgiato Blow, a prominent rapper, has emerged as one of the strongest supporters of former President Trump within the rap music sphere. Despite Trump’s controversial pardons towards the end of his first term, it is Blow who stands out for his unwavering allegiance. His latest single, titled “Boycott Target,” has skyrocketed to the number one spot on Apple’s iTunes chart. However, amidst this overwhelming success, Blow claims that Apple is intentionally suppressing his music due to its conservative theme.

“Boycott Target” features a collaboration with several other notable rappers, including Jimmy Levy, Nick Nittoli, and Stoney Dudebro, but it is Blow’s commanding presence that resonates with audiences. The song swiftly gained momentum as public outrage over Target’s allegedly Satanic-inspired and pro-LGBTQ clothing began to intensify. Released on May 25th, it rapidly climbed the charts, cementing its position at the top in just a matter of days.

Watch the music video for the song here:

Upon listening to the song’s lyrics, it becomes apparent that Blow primarily directs his criticism towards Target, accusing the retail giant of engaging in what he terms “groomer” behavior. In the opening line of the song, Blow declares, “Attention all shoppers, there’s a cleanup on every aisle. Target is targeting your kids.”

The song has taken the internet by storm, surpassing the likes of Taylor Swift and other established artists to claim the coveted number one spot. Despite this remarkable achievement, Blow remains dissatisfied, believing that Apple deliberately marginalizes and suppresses his conservative music. In an interview with Fox News Channel’s Brian Kilmeade, Blow expressed his frustration, stating, “It’s shadow-banned all over the world right now.”

Blow further alleged that Apple is purposefully concealing his music, asserting, “You can’t even search the song on iTunes without going to the music video and clicking the external link. They’re making every effort to keep it off the radar.”

Transitioning from his song’s success to a broader concern for the welfare of America’s children, Blow emphasized the importance of speaking out in the current cultural climate. He firmly believes that individuals must stand up for the well-being of children, stating, “There’s no place for LGBTQ for fourth- and fifth-graders.”

Regardless of the controversy surrounding its content, “Boycott Target” has achieved unprecedented success on iTunes, surpassing tracks by far more renowned artists. The song has also garnered substantial attention on YouTube since its release on Blow’s channel, “Mayor of Magaville,” amassing hundreds of thousands of views.

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