After appearing on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore with a new song, Donald Trump, rapper Mac Miller is taking aim at the president-elect. The rapper is no stranger to controversy. In 2011, Donald Trump threatened to sue the rap star for using his name in a song. He also recently tweeted his support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement and urged his followers not to vote for Trump.
Mac Miller’s 2011 Billboard hit “Donald Trump”
When the 2011 Billboard hit “mac miller donald trump, broke through the music industry, Donald Trump was none too pleased. He demanded royalties and a piece of the profits for the song. The rapper was not willing to give in and was quick to diss him, even though he praised his work.
The song, which was released before Miller was even famous, was about Trump’s rise to power. Trump is one of the most famous real estate owners in New York City. The song is a critical analysis of the real estate mogul. And while the song has become a popular viral hit, the real-life Trump has criticized the song and threatened legal action.
The song was a huge hit in the United States, earning a platinum certification from the RIAA. The song also received platinum certification from the Danish IFPI. The song has since gone on to earn RIAA Platinum and Gold Certification. It is part of Mac Miller’s sixth mix tape recording, Best Day Ever, released on March 11, 2011.
The song is an anti-Trump anthem that has become a staple in the rap genre. Its lyrics satirize Trump’s rhetoric and his rhetoric about the United States. “I’m Not a Donald Trump Fan” was a smash hit, earning more than 100 million streams on YouTube. And it set the stage for his first studio album, Blue Slide Park.
The video features a live drum, bassist, and DJ. “Loud” and “Smile Back” were the first tracks to be performed live. Both songs are infused with a unsettling intensity and rapped with fast speed. In the video, the rapper makes an effort to portray a party-like atmosphere.
The song has gone on to become one of the most popular songs of the year. Streaming of the album has more than tripled this week. Meanwhile, the album itself moved from number 71 to number 6 on the Billboard 200 chart. It earned 147,000 equivalent album units (AAU) this week, or equivalent to 15,000 traditional album units.
Mac Miller’s disdain for Donald Trump
Mac Miller has never been a fan of Donald Trump. However, his disdain for the president has become apparent in recent years, as evidenced by his numerous tweets and videos. While Donald Trump once praised Mac for writing a song that decried the president, the rapper was less than complimentary of his political opponent.
The rapper’s disdain for the president isn’t the only thing he has disdain for. He has also called other political figures dogs, including Michael Wolff and Ted Cruz. He has also called Kristen Stewart a dog after cheating on Robert Pattinson. Whether or not he is a fan of the president or not, his comments are noteworthy.
Mac Miller and Rae Sremmurd are not the only hip-hop stars who have spoken out against Donald Trump. The group’s disdain for Trump was documented in a FiveThirtyEight article about how hip-hop musicians are turning against the president. The article highlights how many Trump references have emerged in rap over the years.
Mac Miller’s death of an apparent overdose
Mac Miller’s death was the result of an apparent overdose of prescription painkillers. The Pittsburgh-born rapper’s 2011 debut album went gold, and he was later credited with two gold hits, “Knock Knock” and “Dang!” His most recent album, “The Death of a Hip Hop Artist” was released Aug. 3 and peaked at the Top 5 on Billboard.
In his campaign, Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed that his goal is to make America white again. His rhetoric is consistent with his ideology of economic and racial ascendancy, which is not based on fact. He repeatedly accuses Democrats of coming from “total catastrophe” and promises to make America “white again.
Trump argues that the United States is not different from other countries, but has been contaminated by non-white people. In order to regain its whiteness, Trump believes we must go back to racial and moral purity. But while many progressives would like to believe that the era of white supremacy is over, the reality is that it is still very much alive and well in the United States.
The Democratic leadership is reticent to talk about it, however, and is too scared to fight aggressive deportations of immigrants of color, which will impede the rapid racial diversification of the United States. The Democrats are also reluctant to stand up to racial social engineering by the White House, and only a few Democrats are speaking up.