The 50-year-old musician launched the tune on Friday after teasing it on-line on Thursday.
“F— all you hoes,” he shouts as the song begins. “Detroit ‘until I die motherf—ers.”
It takes goal at those that have criticized him, telling those that disagree with him to “kiss my a–” and “suck a d— sideways.”
“My approach or the freeway, pay attention up / Ain’t nothing modified right here, I nonetheless do not give a f—,” he sings. “So what the f—‘s up with all of the backlash / You snowflakes, here is a newsflash.”
He provides: “Ain’t no one gonna inform me the best way to dwell.”
He blames “each child [getting] a motherf—ing trophy” for turning the following era right into a “nation of p—ies” and jabs millennials for sometimes being “offended.”
“Ain’t no one gonna inform me the best way to dwell,” he concludes.
Child Rock, born Robert James Ritchie, introduced the arrival of the tune and music video on Instagram on Thursday evening.
He posted a picture of the Statue of Liberty carrying a face masks in his teaser in addition to a photograph on Twitter of himself holding up two center fingers whereas at a studio.
“Keep in mind this? S–t will get actual this Friday Nov. nineteenth,” he captioned the black and white picture.
Child Rock’s latest single comes after the rocker revealed his plans to launch a 50-track album, though the plans have since been derailed as a result of pandemic. The album would come with 10 hip-hop tracks, 10 country tracks, 10 rock tracks and 20 unreleased songs, in keeping with the Detroit Free Press.