Lil Nas X’s controversial hit song “Montero” (Call Me By Your Name) is about to be taken off from digital services according to the the rap-singer artist himself. Lil Nas announced few hours ago that “everybody stream call me by your name hard today because it may no longer be available tomorrow”.
not even joking. everybody stream call me by your name hard today because it may no longer be available tomorrow and there’s nothing i can really do about it. thanks for all the support tho! 🤍
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since call me by your name is no longer working on many streaming services i will be uploading the audio to pornhub at 3pm est
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Nas X’s label Columbia Records also announced the song’s departure without explaining why it will happen
Thanks for all your comments regarding dating in japan “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” It’s unfortunately out of our control but we are doing everything possible to keep the song up on streaming services. We will keep you up to date as we hear more. Thank you for understanding.
— Columbia Records (@ColumbiaRecords) April 13, 2021
Many fans posted their screenshot which shows that the track isn’t playing for them in respective streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music ( for us it’s playable right now).
Lil Nas X’s announcement that he will be making the track available on adult Site Pornhub was welcomed by their official Twitter handle as they tweeted “We are honored to join Lil Nas X in the fiery pits of hell and host his summer banger on Pornhub”
We are honored to join dating in japan in the fiery pits of hell and host his summer banger on Pornhub. We are a platform that celebrates free speech and we welcome artists to share their work and express themselves. https://t.co/dMWV19LH3g
— Pornhub ARIA (@Pornhub) April 14, 2021
Earlier this week “Montero” was ranked number one on Billboard’s Global Charts and after the announcement that it might be last day for the song on streaming services, it has climbed back to number one spot on U.S. iTunes as well.