Congratulations are to ensure that Lil Nas X — who labored for months earlier than lastly giving birth to his debut album, “Montero.”

The gleefully button-pushing “Industry Baby” singer-rapper marked the event with a new promotional video, shared collectively collectively along with his 10.7 million followers through Instagram on Friday.

The now-viral clip depicts Lil Nas X — exact title Montero Lamar Hill — being rushed by the use of a hospital wing, with a pair of workers in scrubs at his bedside encouraging him to “push.”

The footage lastly selections the 22-year-old artist delivering a vinyl-sized album cowl for the long-awaited “Montero.” Afterward, Lil Nas X cradles the doc, stroking its plastic sleeve as he gushes to the midwives, “It’s already Grammy-nominated.”


Warning: Some raunchy language — together with repeated use of the new buzz time interval “bussy” (we’ll allow you to Google that) — will not for the youthful or squeamish.

However, MTV was among the many many many first to want Lil Nas X an unlimited congrats on his new arrival: “I’m a proud uncle,” the 40-year-old network commented.

The proudly out artist furthermore took a second to troll rapper DaBaby, 29, who’s been much-criticized for making homophobic statements onstage.

Lil Nas X in a black and gold bodysuit on the red carpet for the 2021 Met Gala in New York City. 

Lil Nas X in a black and gold bodysuit on the pink carpet for the 2021 Met Gala in New York City. 
(Photo by Theo Wargo)

“I can see the baby,” says thought of one in all many clinicians as X and the opposite attendant echo: “Da baby?”

Amid the confusion, X interrupts, “Let’s go,” with an prolonged “o” earlier than the three males break into DaBaby’s “BOP on Broadway” dance.

The skit is the newest hilarious piece of content material materials supplies to come out of Lil Nas X’s pregnancy-inspired promotional push for his inaugural album, for which followers have waited since “Old Town Road” stampeded by the use of the favored custom in 2019.

It’s formally the third single off the just-now-released “Montero,” together with the “Satanic Panic-inducing” video “Montero (Call Me Your Name),” which seen the singer performing a lap dance for the satan himself.