Congratulations, Lil Nas X: It’s an album! But don’t send baby strollers to this new bundle of joy, since the parent is accepting celebratory gifts only in the form of charitable donations.The day after the “Old Town Road” rapper brought Montero, his long-anticipated first full-length album into the world, he took to Twitter to encourage fans to donate to his “baby registry”. The 16 charities listed are predominantly dedicated to helping LGBTQ folks and Black communities in the south (a nod to his career’s county roots). Each cause corresponds with a specific track on the new album.Less than 24 hours after Lil Nas X promoted the charitable baby registry on Twitter, it already raised tens of thousands of dollars, according to TMZ.
The Bros in Convo Initiative — a Florida-based charity dedicated to supporting local queer Black men that was paired with the track “That’s What I Want” — reported