Christian singer-songwriter Natasha Owens has released a new single called “Trump Won,” referencing the 2020 election that many believe was stolen from Donald Trump due to nationwide election fraud.

The song that was quietly released on Rumble and Youtube two weeks ago has already gained 874K and 178K views, respectively, and continues to grow in popularity.

In the music video accompanying the song, Owens shows the packed stadiums and massive support for Trump while he was campaigning for reelection juxtaposed with Joe Biden’s clear lack of supporters at all his events.

Natasha Owens

Speaking about her inspiration for the song, Owens said, “Everyone I know was so excited to have 4 more years of President Trump’s America First Agenda. Thousands of people filled stadiums for President Trump while no one was showing up for the Joe Biden rallies.”

“We all stayed up watching the election and we were so hopeful. But we all woke up to unexplainable events that happened overnight,” Owens added. “In the months and years that followed, there wasn’t much that was investigated and wrongs were not righted. Every time the topic came up people would say, ‘You know Trump won,’ and ‘Everyone knows it.'”

“When the film ‘2,000 Mules’ debuted I went to watch it. There was so much proof in that 2-hour documentary that Trump won. It just seemed that people were afraid to say it publicly. So I decided, it’s time for someone to sing about what is not talked about. Trump Won and You Know It,” said the singer.

Her publicist, Brian Mayes of Nashville Publicity Group, praised Owens’ newest release, saying, “Conservative powerhouse Natasha Owens is doubling down with her boldest political anthem to date.”

Although Owens is a Christian music artist at her core, she focused her most recent album, American Patriot, on honoring America and its values. This album includes songs like ‘God Bless America,’ ‘My Country ‘Tis of Thee,’ and ‘God Bless the USA.’


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