During an interview that was shown on Thursday’s episode of “Just the News, No Noise,” he discussed his newest smash hit tune, “Progress.” Because of his conservative ideas and beliefs, he was unable to secure a large record deal and consequently had to create and distribute the song without having a recording contract.

The country music industry used to provide me with a significant amount of assistance in the past, but those days are long gone. And there is nothing wrong with that at all. “I would much rather have the ability to freely express myself than have their approval any day of the week,” he observed. “I would much rather have the ability to express myself freely than have their approval.”

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“Within six hours of ‘Progress’ being released on those two platforms, it was the number one song in the world,” remarked Rich in relation to the appearance of the song on Truth Social and Rumble after it was made available to the general public for the first time. Rich was referring to the moment the music was made available to the general public for the first time.

Rich explained that he had made the decision to quit using social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube since one of the lines in the song says, “They shut down our voices.” Rich’s decision to stop using these platforms came after one of the lyrics in the song. When I use the pronoun ‘they,’ I am referring to members of online communities such as those found on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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According to Rich, who was cited by Just the News as saying this, the song was written as an outlet for all of his frustrations surrounding events that had occurred in the country over the course of the past two years. Just the News reported this information.

Rich says, “I would not call that progress on the price of petrol.” The rise in the price of food and other necessities cannot be considered an example of progress. The fact that fentanyl is present in each of our neighbourhoods doesn’t strike me as particularly progressive. The fact that there is no physical barrier separating the two countries does not inspire confidence in me as a sign of development.

Rich remarked, “If that’s progress, they can stick it where the sun don’t shine — which is a really nice PG way of saying you know what,” which is a phrase that means “they can put it where the sun don’t shine.”

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