10 Anti-Trump Songs to Get You Through Inauguration Day
The Dark Orange Doom is upon us. Tomorrow is inauguration day, as we say goodbye to the Obama administration and say "WTF" to the era of President Donald Trump. As people come to grips with that reality, you're going to need something to help you get through the day.
By this time next week president-elect Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States of America. Woosahhh. This country will go from "Yes We Can," to "Make America Great Again" and while you may have to call out of work because you are trying to figure out how you will survive the next four years, here are ten songs that will help you get through inauguration day.
Your mother may have told you never to say you hate a person. But for the next four years, you get a pass. Emilio Rojas "I Hate Donald Trump" reminds us why we strongly dislike Donald Trump.
Hashtag FDT. YG and Nipsey Hustle will have you C walking to work come Monday morning with their song "Fuck Donald Trump."
When it's so nice you have to do it twice. YG called on G-Eazy & Macklemore "FDT (Fuck Donald Trump) Part 2."
Billy Dha Kidd took exception to Trump's comments on Latino immigrants, so he grabbed a Donald Trump mask and told us in English and in Spanish why Trump is the worst thing to happen to America.
Will.i.am gave us a track that we can bounce to while making it a point to showcase how Trump has belittled women. While the song was originally created to show support for Hillary Clinton during the elections, we can all agree that this makes it to the gym playlist.
Eminem dropped "Campaign Speech" and had Trump supporters wondering if they would make it out alive if they attended one of his concerts.
The next time you see a puddle of water make sure you make a big splash. This year Queen B made it very clear that she was all about women empowerment, feminism, and equal rights for people of color—all things Trump has come against throughout his entire campaign.
Lil Durk will have you giving Trump the Riley Curry stare once you listen to "See Me Down." The real question is, will the flu shot still be free once Trump is in office?
Common is always coming through for the culture. "Letter To The Free" will have you pumping your fist and wearing all black.
At every anti-Trump rally or protest Kendrick Lamar's lyrics to "Alright" have been chanted over and over. And when Trump places his hand on the bible on inauguration day, we will all need to hear Kendrick belt out, "If God got us then we gon be alright."