Kid Rock is back on the music scene with “Don’t Tell Me How to Live”.
The 50-year-old musician released the song on Friday after teasing it online Thursday.
“F — all you bitches,” he yells at the start of the song. âDetroit until I die, mother of a family. “
The song, which features Monster Truck, moves away from the more recent country tones of Kid Rock and leans more towards the hard rock genre.
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He targets those who have criticized him, telling those who disagree with him to “kiss my a–” and “suck a d — aside.”
“My way or the highway, listen / Nothing has changed here, I still don’t care,” he sings. “So what’s up with all the backlash / You snowflakes, here’s a news flash.”
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He adds: “No one is going to tell me how to live.”
He accuses “every child [getting] a Motherf — ing trophy “to turn the next generation into a” nation of millennial p — ies “and jabs to be often” offended “.
The singer goes on to compare himself to a number of icons, including Bruce Springsteen, David Lee Roth, James Dean and Brad Pitt.
“No one is going to tell me how to live,” he concludes.
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Kid Rock, born Robert James Ritchie, announced Thursday night the arrival of the song and music video on Instagram.
He posted an image of the Statue of Liberty wearing a face mask in his teaser as well as a photo on Twitter of himself holding two middle fingers in a studio.
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“Do you remember that? S – t is getting real this Friday, November 19,” he captioned the black and white photo.
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Kid Rock’s latest single comes after the rocker revealed plans to release a 50-track album, though plans have since derailed due to the pandemic. The album would include 10 hip-hop tracks, 10 country tracks, 10 rock tracks and 20 unreleased tracks, according to the Detroit Free Press.