Adele Tells Donald Trump To Stop Using Her Music On The Campaign Trail

Adele Tells Donald Trump To Stop Using Her Music On The Campaign Trail
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1 February 2016
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The first instance apparently occurred when Sarah Palin walked out to "Rolling in the Deep" at a Trump rally in Oklahoma. Trump also used the "Skyfall" theme at a rally in Ohio.

Fans tweeted their outrage, urging the British musician to ban Palin and Trump from using her music.

@KevinPlantz I wonder if @Adele knows that Donald Trump is using her music to promote racism and bigotry.

Adele has made it a point since 2011 to stay out of politics and now her team is taking steps to ensure Trump no longer uses her music.

“Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning,” Adele's spokesperson told the Independent.

@DevinStevens When Adele finds out that Donald Trump came onstage to one of her songs today.

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Adele is not the only musician whose music the Donald's campaign has appropriated. After Trump blasted "Dream On" at one of his rallies, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler's lawyers sent cease-and-desist letters to Trump saying Trump “not have our client’s permission” to use the song.

"[It] gives the false impression that he is connected with or endorses Mr Trump’s presidential bid,” the letter continued.

REM lead singer Michael Stipe also released a statement after one of his band's songs were used at a Trump rally without their permission. The statement included: "Go f**k yourselves, the lot of you -- you sad, attention-grabbing, power-hungry little men. Do not use our music or my voice for your moronic charade of a campaign.”

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