Lil Nas X’s debut studio album, “Montero,” was finally released on Friday, and exceeded many fans’ expectations. This project included the hit singles “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” “Sun Goes Down,” & “Industry Baby,” ft. Jack Harlow.
Montero is also expected to debut as the number two album in the US this week, with 140,000 units sold. In addition to the sales success of this project, it’s also helping great causes.
According to TMZ, each song on the album has been set up to donate funds to a specific LGBTQ charity. Among them are Bros in Conv, which assist Black, gay, bisexual and queer men. They’ve already been given $33,140, due to the “That’s What I Want” record.
Transinclusive Group, which helps transgender/non-conforming people. They’ve already received $5,000 from the “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” single.
CH-PIER and Compassionate Atlanta Have also gotten $1,000, as they help LGBTQ citizens, and educate people on HIV. The songs that came through for them, were “Dead Right Now” and “The Art of Realization.”