Either Kid Rock is actually going to run for Senate in his home state of Michigan in 2018, or he's got one heck of a marketing team. After fans discovered the website KidRockForSenate.com, Rock responded to their questions -- well, sort of.

"I have had a ton of emails and texts asking me if this website is real," Rock wrote on social media on Wednesday (July 12). "The answer is an absolute YES. Stay tuned, I will have a major announcement in the near future."

On Thursday (July 13), Rock expanded upon his original statement, revealing new music, a new record label deal and an impending tour, but not yet completely confirming or denying a political run. "Like politicians write books during their campaigns, I’m planning on putting out music during mine," he says.

While KidRockForSenate.com is, indeed, a functioning website, there's not much there at the moment: a photo of Rock; a GIF that rotates through some of Rock's song lyrics, edited to be campaign slogans of sorts ("In Rock We Trust," "Pimp of the Nation," "You Never Met a Politician Quite Like Me," for example); a spot to sign up for email updates; and a link to a webstore full of "Kid Rock for U.S. Senate" merch. Oh, and the phrase "Are You Scared?"

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Rock's "Kid Rock for U.S. Senate" webstore contains merch such as a lawn sign and a bumper sticker; however, it's important to note that the store is hosted by the Warner Bros. record label. Also important to note: There is no Federal Election Committee filing about Rock's alleged run for Senate. An FEC spokesperson confirmed to CNN on Wednesday that the Committee has not yet received a filing under Kid Rock, nor under Robert Ritchie or Robert James Ritchie, his given name; however, she also said to check back.

The idea of Rock running for Senate isn't entirely out of the blue, however: In February, the Republican Party of Michigan mentioned Rock as a potential candidate during their convention. If it's true, Rock will be running against incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow; on Twitter on Wednesday, she acknowledged the rumor, saying, "I know we both share a love of music. I concede he's better at playing guitar ..."

In late 2016, Rock began selling a line of merchandise in support of Trump’s then-recent election victory. He was recently invited to dinner at the White House, along with Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, Nugent's wife Shemane and Rock's fiancee Audrey.

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