Presidential candidate Donald Trump has been in trouble once before for using music at his rallies without the artist’s permission. A few months ago, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler demanded that Trump stop using his song, Dream On, at his campaign stops. But it seems Trump did not learn his lesson.
Trump made it clear that he is an Adele fan by attending her concert in New York last year. He loves her music so much that he has been using her songs without permission. He has played “Skyfall” and “Rolling in the Deep” at campaign events to excite attendees before his speeches.
A spokesman for the singer has now come out and said: “Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning.”
She has yet to file a cease-and-desist letter, like Stephen Tyler did, but if Trump continues to use her music, that may be her next step.