Lil Nas X

In a recent episode of “The Shop: Uninterrupted," the rapper told Kevin Hart — who has a history of homophobic remarks — about the importance of the moment.
The Atlanta artist's original release of "Old Town Road" sparked wide conversation about racial discrimination in the country music world.
The 20-year-old, who was nominated for a total of nine awards on Monday night, brought a massive scroll with his "speech" on it to the stage.
Barack and Michelle Obama apparently love “Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X’s record-breaking hit featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, as much as anyone else.
After 19 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, Lil Nas X’s streak has ended thanks to Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy.”
Lil Nas X's smash hit (and its remixes) reigned supreme on the Hot 100 chart for 19 consecutive weeks before being taken by the "make your mama sad type."
The Atlanta native's song surpassed 1995 hit "One Sweet Day" and 2017's "Despacito" by spending 17 weeks at the top Billboard Hot 100 spot.
The 20-year-old rapper has made music history with his country-trap smash single.
Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” holds the record for the longest-running No. 1 song on the Billboard charts ever.
The country superstar cheekily implied she'd be down for a new rap remix, as did Mariah Carey.
The rapper's track, featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, is the longest-running No. 1 single by an openly queer artist in history.
Exploring the complicated racial legacy of country music reveals why the genre often goes from being a musical form to a vehicle for difficult conversations around race and identity.
The "Old Town Road" rapper told the BBC that he's focused on "opening the doors" for greater LGBTQ representation in country and hip-hop music.
Fans of the “Old Town Road” rapper are celebrating after he appeared to come out on Twitter.
The pop star's pride single "You Need To Calm Down" debuted at the second spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
The kids of Lander Elementary School in Ohio sang every lyric of the Atlanta rapper's country trap song "Old Town Road."
The comedian shared an old sketch from his group Goatface after artist Lil Nas X announced a collaboration with the denim manufacturer.
“Last time I was here they weren’t too welcoming to outsiders," the Atlanta rapper says in the video.
"I’m gonna ace my test, I’m gonna raise my score, I’m gonna solve ’til I can’t no more," the third graders sing in their version.