Blanco Brown - The Git Up


Arden Lambert


December 20, 2022


December 20, 2022


December 20, 2022

Blanco Brown’s debut single, “The Git Up,” was released in May 2019. The song was thought to be a sequel to Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road,” one of the most viewed and popular music releases of all time.

Blanco released the official music video in September 2019. The song hit number one on the Hot Country Songs list in its sixth week on the chart, and it was certified Gold and Platinum the same year it was released due to its intense popularity.

The song is distinctive since it combines country and hip-hop elements. Blanco has that southern vibe, which he calls to as “TrailerTrap,” which has made him one of today’s most identifiable country music musicians.

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His song “The Git Up” has grown so famous that it has spawned a dance challenge. The lyrics and music video are, without a doubt, refreshing, and the beat and musicality of the song wonderfully complement Blanco Brown‘s fantastic voice.

And if you think cute parents with their kids are the only ones dancing to the catchy melody, you’re mistaken. Because there is still one group of people who are not impervious to grooving to the song’s fantastic dance moves, and it’s none other than the cool police officers

As of 2022, the YouTube Music video had received around 160 million views in total. And there is no question that it will continue to rise in the future.

So, if you want to move your body and groove to the music, “The Git Up” by Blanco Brown is the song for you. You may listen to the song right now by clicking here.


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