Macklemore takes his anti-Trump message on tour

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    (CNN)Macklemore is letting loose on the President, leading the crowd in a “f– Donald Trump” chant in his newest programs as the words illuminated the phase behind him.

    The vocalist led the chant at his program in Phoenix over the weekend after doing so Thursday in Los Angeles .
    The chant is in fact the hook to Compton rap artist YG’s 2016 tune, “FDT,” which represents “f– Donald Trump,” off the album “Still Brazy.” Macklemore and Oakland rap artist G-Eazy are included on the popular remix of the tune called “FDT pt. 2” — which ended up being a popular summertime demonstration anthem ahead of the basic election.
      “Ima remain here, I ain’t livin’ in worry/ With my individuals who are muslims, Mexican and queer/ And we ain’t going to let you f– up 4 years,” the Seattle rap artist, whose complete name is Ben Haggerty, rapped at the offered out programs throughout the very first leg of his “Gemini” world trip.
      When “FDT” was launched, YG informed CNN’s #GetPolitical in August 2016 that while he does rule out himself to be a “political” individual, he chose to speak up versus the then-presidential prospect due to the fact that he is worried about Trump’s anti-Mexican rhetoric and his termination of cops cruelty and the Black Lives Matter motion.
      “(Trump) cannot be depended on to deal with these concerns. This problem is essential to the black neighborhood, duration. It’s life,” YG stated. “This s– is larger than hip- hop. … We’re expected to utilize our platform to speak out and bring our bros together and put some light on a few of this s– that’s wrong for our individuals.”
      YG described how he got Macklemore and G-Eazy on the remix in an interview with Vice News in July 2016:

      They’re the 2 most significant white rap artists in the video game! I’m like, if I get 2 of the most significant white rap men in the video game on this ‘F– Donald Trump’ record, that s– is going to indicate something. Prior to Macklemore was on “Part 2” he stated like, ‘Good s– brother, that s– was required,’ about the very first tune. I was like, “Bro, you support Trump?” and he resembled ‘F– no!’ I’m like, ‘Well look, I’m doing this remix and I desire you to get on it. It’s really with G-Eazy.’ And he resembled, ‘I got you, send out that s–.”
      “That’s simply the rap neighborhood. Everyone understand that’s where this rap s– began with: speaking about issues and exactly what’s going on in central city neighborhoods,” YG included.
      “F– Donald Trump” ended up being a popular rallying call at hip-hop programs in 2015. After years of admiring Trump’s wealth and power in numerous lyrics, hip-hop switched on Trump in 2016 and mostly chosen Democratic governmental candidate Hillary Clinton. You can take a look at #GetPolitical’s lyrics analysis here.

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