If you’ve been going to Donald Trump’s rallies simply because they’ve a beat you may dance to, you would possibly need to take into account rescheduling. After Rihanna vowed to cease the President’s use of her music at his rallies this week, the performing rights group that licenses RiRi’s work knowledgeable the Trump marketing campaign that her music is now not theirs to make use of.

According to Rolling Stone, Rihanna contacted Broadcast Music Incorporated to object to Trump’s use of her work and requested that her music be faraway from his marketing campaign’s blanket music licensing settlement. As a outcome, BMI despatched a letter to Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. that served “as discover that Rihanna’s musical works are excluded from [an agreement between BMI and the Trump Campaign for song usage], and any efficiency of Rihanna’s musical works by the Trump Campaign from this date ahead just isn’t approved by BMI.”

Prior to BMI’s letter, Rihanna issued a stop and desist of her personal earlier this week, making her certainly one of many musicians who’ve rebuked Trump for taking part in their tunes. It’s unclear what the repercussions could be if the President decides an unauthorized “Rude Boy” or “Better Have My Money” and even “S&M” is definitely worth the threat, but when anybody can outmaneuver the Trump marketing campaign, it could positively be Rihanna. Fenty 2020.


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