Fred Durst Becomes A Country Singer: His First Song Is Actually Hilarious

Limp Bizkit now has a country version of their 2000 song ‘Break Stuff.’

The band’s lead singer Fred Durst shared the track on his Instagram story, along with two AI photos of himself as a country musician. Limp Bizkit also posted it on their official account and wrote:

“Yep, just one of those days.”

The group used AI to create the song in a different form. In the video, we see the AI photos of the all band members one by one as country musicians. It is clear from their hairstyles and dressing style.

Limp Bizkit Went Viral With ‘Break Stuff’ In March

Limp Bizkit made the headlines once more with ‘Break Stuff’ two months ago. During their performance at Lollapalooza in Argentina, the band decided to start and finish their set with ‘Break Stuff.’ They played to a huge crowd of over 100,000 people, and a video of their show spread widely online. It got over a million views in less than a day.

Fans loved it, jumping and singing along loudly. Limp Bizkit posted a video of the performance on Instagram with a caption:

“When in Argentina.”

‘Break Stuff’ also gained attention after a performance at Woodstock ’99 where violent incidents happened. Durst urged the crowd to get rowdy but not to hurt anyone. Fans tore down plywood and there were reports of sexual assaults.

Limp Bizkit announced Loserville summer tour for 2024. It kicks off in Wisconsin on July 16 and travels to various cities in North America, wrapping up in California on August 24. The tour includes special guests Bones, N8NOFACE, and Corey Feldman, with Riff Raff as the MC.

You can see Limp Bizkit’s post here and listen to the original song below.