Jason Aldean was in a position to get just a little juice out of his right-leaning track — and now, one other man’s doing the identical factor … however he is not even near as well-known, which is attention-grabbing.

The dude’s title is Oliver Anthony, and he is a man-of-the-land dwelling in Farmville, Virginia — nevertheless, he is additionally a musician … and a track he simply launched, “Wealthy Males North of Richmond,: is catching hearth amongst conservatives all around the nation … in only a 24-hour window, too.

The rationale … the observe (and the music video, too, it appears) is resonating with people in a grassroots type of approach — seeing how he is performing it out within the woods, and in a really stripped-down setting. Plus, sure … OA positively has expertise — a singular sound, certainly.

Now, as for the precise lyrics … they appear to stroll the road between the everyman, working-class American POV and far-right sentiments — is determined by the way you have a look at it, we suppose.

Oliver addresses D.C. politicians — with out explicitly figuring out a celebration — sucking Individuals dry and wanting whole management of their lives … whereas occurring to lament social ills, together with seemingly slamming the welfare system. He additionally seems to reference Jeffrey Epstein.

Within the wake of Oliver importing this to streaming platforms, it appears to be like prefer it’s been spiking in gross sales — with some websites exhibiting it is #1 on iTunes … which means it has been bought a crap-ton because it went up, however does not essentially account for streaming numbers. Not but, anyway.

A number of right-wing influencers are praising Oliver’s track/his ardour, and a few politicians are chiming in as nicely with a giant thumbs up — together with Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.

As for Oliver, he is overwhelmed by the eye — saying he’ll be performing domestically in the interim. It stays to be seen if ‘RMNOR’ could have the identical chart success Aldean lately skilled, however based mostly on the groundswell already … it is definitely attainable.

It is a fairly fascinating development we’re seeing — it seems when right-wingers understand one thing (like a track) they suppose addresses their grievances/views, they lean into it … and, from the small pattern measurement we have seen, it may be efficient within the market.

Capitalism, child … it reigns supreme.