Rapper Tom MacDonald is here to say that “snowflakes melt when it’s hot.” The independent rapper released his new song titled “Snowflakes,” which is sure to hit a nerve with almost everyone. The counter-culture hip-hop artist hits harder than ever in his new track, which has already climbed the music charts in a few hours after being released.
‘Snowflakes’ Races Up The Charts
Rapper Tom MacDonald released his new “Snowflakes” song on Friday, and within hours it was the #1 track on the iTunes Top 100 Hip Hop & Rap Songs chart, unseating the juggernaut song “Astronaut in the Ocean” by Masked Wolf. MacDonald also reached #1 on the iTunes Top 100 Songs chart, ousting “Butter” by chart-toppers BTS.
“’SNOWFLAKES’ #1 IN ALL GENRES IN THE UNITED STATES,” MacDonald tweeted. “Keep sharing. Keep downloading. We’re here now.”
“SNOWFLAKES” #1 IN ALL GENRES IN THE UNITED STATES.
Keep sharing. Keep downloading. We’re here now.
— Tom MacDonald (@IAMTOMMACDONALD) June 4, 2021
At the time of publication, “Snowflakes” was the 16th trending YouTube video for music.
No Topic Is Off-Limits For The Controversial Tom MacDonald
In “Snowflakes,” MacDonald isn’t afraid to broach any topic, no matter how much it will outrage the listener. MacDonald touches on several social and political hot-button topics such as capitalism, guns, communism, and race relations.
“Trigger warnings used to be on TV for seizures,” MacDonald raps. “And now they’re everywhere to protect millennials’ feelings.”
“Black folks and white folks divided by the news,” he says in the song. “But we are all the same, we are red, white, and blue.”
“Empowering women used to be different than this before,” the lyrics for “Snowflakes” read. “The role models got OnlyFans or dance on a stripper pole.”
“If you lie to the government, they’ll put you in prison,” MacDonald notes. “But when they lie to all of us, it’s called being a politician.”
What Are Tom MacDonald’s Politics?
MacDonald raps about conservative values in many of his songs, “Snowflakes” is no exception. The music video for the song features transgender conservative political commentator Blaire White.
In January 2020, MacDonald revealed his feelings toward former President Donald Trump.
“I’m not pro-Trump. I’m not anti-Trump. I’m pro-people. I’m not taking sides in ‘White Trash,'” MacDonald said of his music video. “I’m showing understanding and being sympathetic toward a group of voters who rarely get the luxury of either of those things.”
I’m not pro-Trump. I’m not anti-Trump. I’m pro-people. I’m not taking sides in “White Trash”. I’m showing understanding and being sympathetic toward a group of voters who rarely get the luxury of either of those things🤟🏻🤟🏻🤟🏻
— Tom MacDonald (@IAMTOMMACDONALD) January 19, 2020
Many Compare Tom MacDonald To Eminem
Tom MacDonald receives comparisons to Eminem, which is music to his ears since he idolizes Marshall Mathers.
In fact, MacDonald dropped $100,000 to purchase a non-fungible token (NFT) of the instrumental for “Stan’s Revenge,” a followup to Slim Shady’s remarkably successful Stan from 2000.
MacDonald used the Eminem instrumental to power his Slim Shady-inspired track titled “Dear Slim,” where Tom dressed like super fan Stan from Eminem’s music video.
“Dear Slim” hit #4 on the Billboard Rap Digital Song Sales Chart, #5 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales Chart, and #5 on the Emerging Artists Chart.