Kid Rock releases two new songs and music videos

Kid Rock releases two new songs and music videos

Kid Rock releases two new songs and music videos

While the world was preoccupied with possible political aspirations and wondering how to incorporate "Kid" into a Senate title, Detroit's Kid Rock snuck in through the back door, releasing two new songs and teasing a tour. "The answer is an absolute YES".

"I am the captain now". This pattern could play out all over again with Kid Rock, and Warren certainly doesn't want to go toe-to-toe with him on the Senate floor.

Further buzz ensued when Kid Rock, joined by musician Ted Nugent and invited by former Alaska Governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, visited the White House to meet with President Trump.

While Kid Rock's hard living rock-and-roll lifestyle, which includes a sex tape and assault charges, would traditionally be considered a liability for a political candidate, the success of President Trump's campaign past year may encourage more unconventional candidates to run for office.

True to his word, Kid Rock blessed his Facebook followers with two music videos, for the songs, "Greatest Show on Earth" and "Po-Dunk".

Rock emphasized in his Thursday post that he won't be sticking with traditional practices as he unveils new music: "No plans for an album or anything else that has been the usual norm in the music business", he wrote, indicating that he has struck a "unique deal" with the music companies BMG, Broken Bow Records, Creative Artists Agency and Live Nation to release his work.

Kid Rock whose real name is Robert Richie says his campaign is "not a hoax, it's a strategy and marketing 101". The raucous song has that killer gritty low end sound and boasts the chorus, "Welcome the greatest / Love the way you hate us / Welcome to the greatest show on earth".

Ingram didn't know whether Kid Rock would meet the threshold by either spending $5,000 on his website or taking in $5,000 through sales of t-shirts and trucker caps (at least one campaign veteran thinks so).

Kid Rock said, "I've got 15 days from my announcement to file paperwork with the FEC!" This is apparently his opening salvo, whether it's in politics or a return to music. It looks like we'll be following MI politics for the next several months!

The state of American politics could get just a little bit stranger when the 2018 Senate midterms roll around.

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