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Lil Nas X’s HBO Documentary Sheds Light on Personal and Career Life

Get ready for an intimate exploration that shines a light on Lil Nas X.
Words by Jayvis Mercado
Photo from Lil Nas X’s official Instagram page @lilnasx, with no intended copyright infringement.

Lil Nas X is set to reveal a different side of himself in an upcoming HBO documentary about his life and career, titled Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero. Known for his extravagant performances and controversial publicity stunts, the artist will now delve into topics such as his mental health, sexuality, and his relationship with his family.

The documentary trailer showcases various aspects of Nas X’s life, starting with him waking up in bed at home and then transitioning to scenes of him walking on the beach, working in the recording studio, and preparing for a live performance.

In a voiceover, Nas X shares his experience of growing up with his sexuality as an unspoken topic, leading to anxiety attacks. He emphasizes the importance of coming out as a means of personal growth.

The documentary also looks back at the release of Nas X’s breakout hit, “Old Town Road” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, and explores the challenges he faced in maintaining his authenticity within his family. Nas X describes the ongoing struggle faced by many individuals in the LGBTQ+ community as they strive for acceptance.

Additionally, the documentary will shed light on the creation of Nas X’s self-titled album, Montero, and his subsequent global tour.

Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero will be available for streaming on HBO starting January 27.

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