Video of Vivek Ramaswami enjoying a surprise rise in the Republican primary and rapping over the track. Lose yourself at a political event in Iowa went viral a few weeks ago.
According to a letter released on Monday, rap star Eminem formally asked Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy to stop reading his campaign songs.
American music rights organization BMI said in a report published by the DailyMail that it had received a “formal request” from Eminem demanding that the 30-year-old nominee no longer use his music.
This complete political newbie who likes to imagine himself in “Trump 2.0” is now surprisingly third in Republican primary polls organized in early 2024.
During his time at Harvard, he was known for his talents as a rapper under the pseudonym “Da Vek”, a libertarian lyricist alter ego.
“If you think speaker Vivek Ramaswami is strong, then you haven’t met Da Vek yet,” he remarked humorously. Crimsonuniversity student newspaper, 2006
During the last two presidential elections, several well-known artists, including Pharrell Williams, Rihanna, Aerosmith and Adele, as well as Prince’s heirs, complained that their works were played during Donald Trump campaign meetings.
The famous British rock band the Rolling Stones even threatened the Republican with a lawsuit if he continued to perform their hit. You can’t always get what you want.