In one of the most ambitious crossovers to ever grace the internet, Brother Nature and Mason Ramsey teamed up to bop to the “Old Town Road” remix together while riding horses.
“Took a lil trip to Old Town Road today,” Brother Nature posted on Twitter along with a video of the two.
Took a lil trip down Old Town Road today 🤠 pic.twitter.com/BJ5GUIdUQk
— Brother Nature (@BrotherNature) April 8, 2019
The whole thing was inevitable. Brother Nature is an animal whisperer and probably brought the horses, while Mason Ramsey is a country yodeling sensation, and Lil Nas X’s hit song is shaking up the country genre.
Of course, the internet loved the duo together. People even made their own remixes to the remix.
“I got canela in the back,” one Twitter user wrote. “Brought my doe a snack,” another added.
brought my doe a snack
— Cameron Cool (@ccooluke) April 8, 2019
Canela is the most famous of all Brother Nature’s animal friends, and he can always be seen feeding them various snacks in his viral videos.
“Old Town Road” is just the gift that keeps on giving by continuing to bring together iconic duos. On Friday, Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus made headlines after collaborating on the viral song and releasing the remix to it.
see he left and came back with help lol pic.twitter.com/iriiWCkq5l
— nope (@LilNasX) April 5, 2019
Cyrus hopped on the song after Billboard took down the original version from the country chart, which sparked a debate about country music and race.
“It was so obvious to me after hearing the song just one time. I was thinking, what’s not country about it? What’s the rudimentary element of a country and western song?” Cyrus asked in a tweet about the song. “Then I thought, it’s honest, humble, and has an infectious hook, and a banjo. What the hell more do ya need?”
It was so obvious to me after hearing the song just one time. I was thinking, what’s not country about it? What’s the rudimentary element of a country and western song? Then I thought, it’s honest, humble, and has an infectious hook, and a banjo. What the hell more do ya need?
— Billy Ray Cyrus (@billyraycyrus) April 5, 2019
By Monday evening, the “Old Town Road” remix had snagged the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.